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Gamer DE

2014-07-18 22:19

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Made captures and added background vehicles, including a rare Euro-spec Toyota Camry V20! :wow:

-- Last edit: 2014-07-20 10:21:04

Lateef NO

2014-07-18 22:31

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Gamer wrote hyperrare Euro-spec Toyota Camry V20! [:eek]

Hyperrare? Uh... not really.

Also, the captures should be resized to 640 px for this resolution.

ingo DE

2014-07-19 22:40

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Lateef wrote
Hyperrare? Uh... not really.

Yes. In Germany a bit.

Gamer DE

2014-07-19 22:58

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Once I spotted a Geo Metro in front of a PENNY-supermarket...

ingo DE

2014-07-19 23:19

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From whoch area in Germany are you? In the former US Zone (http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amerikanische_Besatzungszone) US-spec cars are still quite common, due the US military bases there.

Gamer DE

2014-07-19 23:22

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Northwestern Germany, specifically Braunschweig. And you? Wesel, judging by your photos on the forum.

ingo DE

2014-07-20 00:00

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Yes, in a village in the Kreis Wesel. But I grew up nearby Hannover.
A propos Braunschweig (@the others here: that is deepest VW-country) and around: hopefully I will find the time soon to upload in the forum pics of a disappeared junkyard in Cremlingen-Weddel ;)

Lateef NO

2014-07-20 10:13

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ingo wrote Yes. In Germany a bit.

The EU-spec Camry V20 was not a rare car back in its day. In Germany it may have stood out from all the VWs, Opels, MBs, Fords etc., but it was probably not seen as common because most wouldn't take notice of it. It was also relatively uncommon compared to how it was in the US. I'm just saying that calling it hyperrare is a stretch, to say the least.

ingo DE

2014-07-20 10:51

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Lateef wrote but it was probably not seen as common because most wouldn't take notice of it.

In Germany this was -widely still is- usual for all Japanese and other Asian cars, not only for the Camry.
Actually all Camrys, especially the early ones, are indeed the most uncommon models in their class. But not a rare as US-cars, that's true.

Gamer DE

2015-07-07 11:06

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Filmed in Bargteheide, where my grandmother lives. :) Sadly, I don't see any of her cars here. :(

-- Last edit: 2015-07-07 11:06:34

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