Lime Green Muira / Film Some Like It Sexy - 1969

Lime Green Muira / Film Some Like It Sexy - 1969

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4,241 posts

126 months

Sunday 10th May
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Found this purely by chance earlier. It’s on Italian plates.
The film was released in 1969, so its likely that this shot dates from 1968. The location looks to be Chelsea.
Anyone know any more re this Muira ?

Scrump

9,274 posts

114 months

Sunday 10th May
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Temporary Italian EE plates. Means Escursioni Esteri, foreigners without residence in Italy.
From my go to info on film cars, IMCDb.org, although it doesn’t know much about this car.
https://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_979527-Lamborghini-M...

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Original Poster:

4,241 posts

126 months

Monday 11th May
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Scrump said:
Temporary Italian EE plates. Means Escursioni Esteri, foreigners without residence in Italy.
From my go to info on film cars, IMCDb.org, although it doesn’t know much about this car.
https://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_979527-Lamborghini-M...
Thanks Scrump. I still have the EE plate, from my Late Dads 67 Ghibli.

Jonny TVR

3,079 posts

237 months

Tuesday 26th May
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http://joesackeyclassics.com/portfolio/the-lamborg...

Not quite the same reg but came across these images which I thought were magnificent

Allandwf

1,736 posts

151 months

Tuesday 26th May
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Would that be the Twiggy Muira?

Bob the Cop

73 posts

40 months

Wednesday 17th June
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It may be the Twiggy car. Silvertune were located in the Kings road and I believe that the Twiggy car ended up in Selfridges in 1969 when the store hosted a motor show! I will have to do some more research, unless anyone has info regarding the Selfridges show.

cgt2

1,647 posts

144 months

Wednesday 17th June
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Bob the Cop said:
It may be the Twiggy car. Silvertune were located in the Kings road and I believe that the Twiggy car ended up in Selfridges in 1969 when the store hosted a motor show! I will have to do some more research, unless anyone has info regarding the Selfridges show.
Bob I do wish you would write a book with your reminisces!