A man, a woman and some very fast Fords. ( The Saturday “MARQUIS CLASSICS REPOSTS”)

 

 

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Sha-ba-da-ba-dan, sha-ba-da-ba-dan... Alltime best movie score signed by Francis Lai. Sha-ba-da-ba-dan, sha-ba-da-ba-dan… Alltime best movie score signed by Francis Lai.

"Darling, how was your day?"  "Nothing to talk about, I just won the Montecarlo rally." “Darling, how was your day?” “Nothing to talk about, I just won the Montecarlo rally.”

He looked the part. He looked the part.

In 1966 you could walk in the Champs Elysées middle of the road and come out alive. In 1966 you could walk in the Champs Elysées middle of the road and come out alive.

Ford Gt40 but unfortunatly no Le Mans. THat happened four years later with McQueen. Ford GT40 but unfortunatly no Le Mans. That happened four years later with McQueen.

Red Mustang convertible is Trintignant company car... Red Mustang convertible is Trintignant company car…

racing Even a movie star Jet visor steams up.

Probably the most known Ford Mustang on screen was the one driven by Steve McQueen in Bullit. Not that I dislike neitheir that car nor the actor: but when I think about a classic Mustang and a movie my heart belongs to “Un homme et une femme” (A man and a woman) written and directed by french director Claude Lelouch in 1966, starring Jean Louis Trintignant and Anouk Aimée. The young Lelouch penned a masterpiece…

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