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1953 Dodge Coronet V8 [D-44]

1953 Dodge Coronet [D-44] in The Shadow of Progress, Documentary, 1970 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1953 Dodge Coronet V8 [D-44]

Position 00:11:25 [*] Background vehicle

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dsl SX

2014-08-13 00:33

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Pick'n'mix.

atom SE

2014-08-13 00:41

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The 1959 Rambler is probably the most prominent car.

CougarTim US

2014-08-13 02:29

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The rust-brown sedan is a relatively rare 1953 Dodge Coronet (the V-8 hood emblem is visible) lying on top of a light blue/white 1957-1958 Dodge. Another rare one is the 1955 Packard Clipper on top of the Rambler (the distinctive two-toning is clear on the open door).

CougarTim US

2014-08-13 02:35

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I also see a red 1957 Ford convertible next to the Dodges, a blue 1961 Buick and a light/blue 1957 Buick wagon below the Dodges, a red/white 1957 Buick, a blue 1958-1959 Ford Thunderbird above the Rambler and Packard, a white 1958-1960 Lincoln below the Rambler and Packard, a white 1955 Pontiac Star Chief (star emblems visible) on top of a 1957-1958 Plymouth Suburban, and an upside-down 1958 Plymouth Belvedere on top of a red 1959 Chevrolet station wagon.

dsl SX

2014-08-13 02:50

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CougarTim wrote The rust-brown sedan is a relatively rare 1953 Dodge Coronet (the V-8 hood emblem is visible)

Do we have a winner??

CougarTim US

2014-08-13 04:19

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I thought this stack of cars looked familiar: /vehicle_138273-Rambler-Ambassador-1959.html

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