THIS is the car Mark Easterbrook drives in #thepalehorse

THE PALE HORSE is a murder mystery which has gone down a storm with viewers on the BBC. The series is set in the 1960s and a particular prop has caught the attention of fans. Many people are asking what car lead Mark Easterbrook drives, here's what you need to know.

PUBLISHED: 14:06, Fri, Feb 14, 2020 | UPDATED: 14:06, Fri, Feb 14, 2020

The Pale Horse is based on the Agatha Christie novel of the same name. It is set in London in the 1960s and the costumes and props reflect the era. One of the props in the BBC series catching the attention of fans is main character Mark Easterbrook’s (played by Rufus Sewell) car.

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What make of car does Mark Easterbrook drive?

Mark Easterbrook uses his vintage car a lot in the series and is seen in numerous scenes driving around.

The blue vintage car gets him to the village of Much Deeping and back on a number of occasions.

Vintage car enthusiasts have been asking what type of car he drives.

Mammoth Screen, the production company behind the series, confirmed it is a Lagonda Coupe 1956. 

Speaking about the car actor Rufus Sewell said: "Mark Easterbrook is a man of his time. He comes from a very comfortable background, is used to wealth and has extremely good taste.

"He works in high-end antiques and has his own, very large store in a smart part of town.

"He likes flash motorcars and is a society person and is relatively well known."

READ MORE: The Pale Horse location: Where is Much Deeping? Is Much Deeping a real place?

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