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1935 McLaughlin-Buick Series 50 [57]

1935 McLaughlin-Buick Series 50 [57] in Highly Dangerous, Movie, 1950 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: CA — Built in: UK — Made for: GB

1935 McLaughlin-Buick Series 50 [57]

[*] Background vehicle

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Sunbar UK

2007-01-22 20:34

edit: This is for the large saloon/sedan in the centre at the back.

Previously it was for both of the two saloons at the back, but the saloon on the right has been transferred to its own listing.

-- Last edit: 2007-01-23 19:37:22

bent8rover UK

2007-01-22 23:33

for the right: I thought Rover 10, but wing shape is wrong?

Junkman UK

2007-01-23 16:36

I think the left one is an Auburn and the right one a Humber.

Sunbar UK

2007-01-23 18:22

I think an Auburn in the UK would be very rare.

(Also I am not sure about the other being a Humber, as a result I have another picture of the same car confirming I believe that it is a Rover as bent8rover said. see a separate listing.)

-- Last edit: 2007-01-23 19:39:51

Junkman UK

2007-01-25 14:06

Sunbar wrote I think an Auburn in the UK would be very rare.

(Also I am not sure about the other being a Humber, as a result I have another picture of the same car confirming I believe that it is a Rover as bent8rover said. see a separate listing.)


Auburns were exported to England in surprisingly big numbers, believe it or not. There are even quite a few right-hand-drive 851 Speedsters in existence. Auburns turn up pretty regularily on vintage car rallies in the UK.
It is hard to say from this blurred pic that this really is one, but the similarities are evident.

coops UK

2007-02-05 04:15

The car in the foreground is a Sunbeam Talbot, Possibly a 90. The one closest to its right could be a Lincoln or a Buick, But I am not sure.

Junkman UK

2007-02-07 17:01

I agree on the Talbot 90 drophead 100% and I also think meanwhile that the car next to it is a Buick.

Sunbar UK

2007-02-07 17:45

Buick Model 57 4-door sedan 1935 looks similar?

http://www.tocmp.com/brochures/Buick/1935/images/Page13_JPG.jpg

The Auburn grill looks different to me with fewer horizontal bars (only three or four).

38buicks US

2008-12-11 03:29

I agree the left of the two background cars is a 33 to 35 Buick not sure which year exactly.

nzcarnerd NZ

2010-12-15 00:52

Being UK-new it will be a McLaughlin-Buick. Hard to tell from this angle what series it is.

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