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Simon Birch, Movie, 1998 IMDB

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  • El inolvidable Simon Birch (Spain)

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carobserver MX

2008-01-09 21:19

many 50s cars seems difficult to identify, isn´t?

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-01-09 21:20

At least for me yes :p

ProwlerX US

2008-01-09 21:26

This is where I step in :)

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-01-09 22:53

Just a crash with the Blue Bird :p

ProwlerX US

2008-01-09 23:36

:lol: Who said I was talking about car chases or crashes? I happened to identify some of the classic cars for you! :lol:

jettalover US

2008-01-10 01:36

Yeah 50's cars are hard to identify. It seems almost all cars had 2 round headlights. No variation in headlamp shape or placement on front end.


2008-01-10 01:47

In the film "Loser", the video store clerk (David Spade) recommends this film to Jason Biggs as a good date movie ("It's about a goofy little kid with problems"). I always thought that was a good joke :D

58Roadmaster US

2008-01-10 01:51

Boy did you stir up a hornet's nest!
Try these and tell me they look alike!

I agree that mid 50s (55-57) cars are hard to tell apart without the right amount of distance, because the Big Three shared many components among their own individual divisions.

-- Last edit: 2008-01-10 01:54:16

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