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    Quote Originally Posted by mnm View Post
    I think these are particularly good models. Something about the windscreen pillars being excessively thick, and the under front bumper shapes look odd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fritzelhund View Post
    I think these are particularly good models. Something about the windscreen pillars being excessively thick, and the under front bumper shapes look odd.
    And also something funny with the headlights........Do you think M.Frizelhund it may me because the cars are about 10cm long, and not really.....cars?
    DS Un jour, DS toujours !

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrisson_citroen View Post
    And also something funny with the headlights........Do you think M.Frizelhund it may me because the cars are about 10cm long, and not really.....cars?
    He did say good looking 'Models'!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gerrypro View Post
    He did say good looking 'Models'!
    But I didn't think he meant "models", I thought he liked this "model'
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    Quote Originally Posted by harrisson_citroen View Post
    But I didn't think he meant "models", I thought he liked this "model'
    Perhaps M.Fritzelhund should have used "toys" or "miniatures".

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    Well , at first , due to the very realistic background, the setting, the very real looking paint jobs and other things I myself thought they were real DS's. It's only on closer inspection that the headlights attracted my attention and realised they were scale models.

    So when M Fritzelhund mentioned these "models" I thought he actually meant model as in : model/type. I instantly thought this DS reminded you of your beloved "automatique".

    Please pass on my sincerest apologies to M Fritzelhund for misunderstanding model , instead of model.

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    Don't worry about it! I have just as much trouble with French!
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    Marcel Marceau at Maslin Beach South Australia 1965


    https://twitter.com/SLSA/status/1020818221249761281

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    Well, that was about 5 years before it became a nudist beach! We saw him perform in Adelaide in the mid-1970s I reckon.

    Some great photos here, and thanks to all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenBlood View Post
    Marcel Marceau at Maslin Beach South Australia 1965


    https://twitter.com/SLSA/status/1020818221249761281

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    Ah, yeah! I remember that, that's when he was doing his impersonation of "Jacques"
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