Une Homme et une Femme
The most famous french Mustang/GT40 movie
The history of #184
© Frank & Jaques Becker/Wolfgang Kohrn - 16th. September 2007, updated 2nd. Jan. 2010
Picture courtesy F.Abraham/Movie scene
As we know from Guilleaume Vesnat from the Mustang Club de France, 2 1965 Mustang K-code hardtops were given from Ford France to Claude Lelouche, producer of the famous "Une Homme et une Femme" movie, that mirrors the life of the mid 60ies in France very well.
The story is widely known amongst european and many
other nations Mustangers, but what attracts them most is of course the long
sequences of Ford racing including scenes of a real GT40 in action and the
#145 racing in some scenes.
William Reiber and his service people took the
claim obviously personally and advised the responsible managers to satisfy
Jaques demand immediately.
The famous #184 car after being
sold to Jaques Becker in 1966
Jaques Becker claims his rights in adressing William Reiber at Ford France personally.
William Reiber, president of Ford France, himself took the time to respond personally, explaing that there was some problem to get another HiPo engine, but that the case has been solved and that Jaques is asked to excuse the problems he had encountered.
The invoice for the replacement engine.