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Re: Whatsthisthen?..who'sbehindthewheelthen? etc

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Alfa Romeo Spider 1600 Duetto

"The Graduate"

Remember the car he drove and that is from when the film was first released - haven't seen it since.

Oddly enough I worked with a Danish guy who imported one into Sweden from Italy and the Swedish MOT people made him change the wooden rimmed steering wheel as it could splinter in a crash and cause further injuries.
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Alfa Duetto.

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myglaren wrote:Alfa Romeo Spider 1600 Duetto

"The Graduate"

Remember the car he drove and that is from when the film was first released - haven't seen it since.

Oddly enough I worked with a Danish guy who imported one into Sweden from Italy and the Swedish MOT people made him change the wooden rimmed steering wheel as it could splinter in a crash and cause further injuries.
BenC5HDi wrote:Alfa Duetto.

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Looking up the Duetta on wiki, and out springs this rather gorgeous looking vehicle worth an airing here

Its a 1960 Alfa Romeo Superflow IV

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I hope the AirCon works
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Good for growing tomatoes and other greenhouse plants!
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Gosh, that's gorgeous... Best (automotive) rear-end I've ever seen :D
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We often drive home on a Sunday night to the strains of "The Great American Songbook" on Smooth radio. Yes and tonight we had amongst other things...."Mrs Robinson" by Simon and Garfunkel.

and here's the eponymous Mrs Robinson here

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...but the leg is not Anne Bancroft's by all accounts. I'll not attempt a whoslegisthisthen? puzzler and just reveal that the most likely candidate was/is the sultry Sue-Ellen Ewing!

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So following on from "The Graduate" Dustin Hoffman, and the Alfa Romeo Duetto, whatsthisthen? and whatsthemovie?,

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and, dressed up for its movie role

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X1/9?
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It's a Lancia, probably a Beta MonteCarlo Coupe?

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From "Herbie goes to Monte Carlo".
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CitroJim wrote:X1/9?
Good effort, but not right this time the Fiat X 1/9 comes from the Bertone design stable.

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BenC5HDi wrote:It's a Lancia, probably a Beta MonteCarlo Coupe?

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Hell Razor5543 wrote:From "Herbie goes to Monte Carlo".
Right and right....too easy this time but I did come across what I consider to be a very nice image of the Beta Montecarlo under the article title of "Ideal Cars for Midsummer"...just needed an excuse to post it up!

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