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1989 BMW 5 [E34]

1989 BMW 5 [E34] in Hook, Movie, 1991 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE — Made for: USA

1989 BMW 5 [E34]

Position 00:05:25 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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antp BE

2009-03-10 22:54

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I remember when I was younger, I think that it is in this movie that I noticed for the first time that they were often using BMWs in US movies as a more luxurious car than what it was in Europe (at least at that time)

93montero

2009-03-10 23:08

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The color of the curb is strange, usually it would be colorless (gray), or yellow for no parking. Possibly different for emergency vehicles but this doesn't look like the place where that would be the case. Also, interesting point Antoine I think its a 5 series but can't be sure.

-- Last edit: 2009-03-10 23:13:04

APS221 US

2009-03-10 23:55

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Not in California. According to the California Driver Handbook ( http://dmv.ca.gov/pubs/pubs.htm ):

White: Stop only long enough to pick up or drop off passengers or mail.

Green: Park for a limited time. Look for a sign next to the green zone or for the time painted on the curb.

Yellow: Stop no longer than the time posted to load or unload passengers or freight. Drivers of noncommercial vehicles are usually required to stay with the vehicle.

Red: No stopping, standing, or parking. (Buses may stop at a red zone marked for buses.)

Blue: Parking is permitted only for a disabled person who displays a placard or disabled person or disabled veteran license plates. Disabled people with a placard or special plates may park in special areas for unlimited periods of time, regardless of time restrictions. No one else may park there.

This section of road is probably a no parking area because it is on a blind curve or a private drive with parking restricted by the property owner.


-- Last edit: 2013-04-03 22:07:34 (G-MANN)

Kooshmeister US

2009-03-11 00:56

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APS221 wrote
This section of road is probably a no parking area because it is on a blind curve or a private drive with parking restricted by the property owner.


It's at a baseball field.

bh US

2012-01-11 23:01

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APS221 wrote Not in California. According to the California Driver Handbook...


Don't you tell me which zone is for loading and which zone is for stopping.
-Airplane!

-- Last edit: 2013-04-03 22:07:16 (G-MANN)

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