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SAAB 9-5 SportWagon Gen.1

SAAB 9-5 SportWagon in The Hangover, Movie, 2009 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: SE — Made for: USA

SAAB 9-5 SportWagon Gen.1

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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garco NL

2009-07-16 07:26

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I love these wide highways, we have this:
http://www.eemlandgoed.nl/assets/images/db_images/db_snelweg3.jpg

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-07-16 08:42

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Totally agreed on what you say Garco.

ford_guy US

2010-02-10 05:01

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[Image: vlcsnap2010020915h26m00.6227.jpg]

atom SE

2010-02-10 05:17

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I see that the humour factor was lost in the second picture.

ford_guy US

2010-02-10 05:25

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Sorry, I suppose I just didn't want anybody to get offended.

antp BE

2010-02-10 20:08

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I doubt that it would offend many people ;)

CougarTim US

2010-02-10 21:13

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2005-2007 Dodge Magnum on the far right

ingo DE

2010-02-10 21:25

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garco wrote I love these wide highways, we have this:
http://www.eemlandgoed.nl/assets/images/db_images/db_snelweg3.jpg


:no: Don't grizzle and be happy, therefore your highways are in best condition, compared with other European countries!

And the Dutch highways are wide enough, the most exits, too (Vinkeveen on the A2 is a counterexample). All other streets in NL are indeed quite narrow. I have to admit, that this sucks sometimes. :p


-- Last edit: 2010-02-10 21:25:56

ingo DE

2010-02-10 21:30

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antp wrote I doubt that it would offend many people ;)


It's rather offending, that the archive was filled up with comments of this movie. :/ I'm not very amused about this. I have reflected my comments and have pronounced it, as I definite mean it...

ford_guy US

2010-02-10 21:44

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What do you mean ingo?

ingo DE

2010-02-10 22:03

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The comments about the Mercedes W111

antp BE

2010-02-10 22:11

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You mean comments archived on /vehicle_239336-Mercedes-Benz-280-SE-Convertible-W111-1969.html ?
Indeed I do not see why, as it was not an off-topic discussion... (archive is for off-topic discussions that are worth keeping)

DynaMike NL

2010-02-10 22:15

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@ Ingo: Exit to Vinkeveen is under reconstruction since quite some time. It was quite dangerous indeed. In de 60s this sharp corner was paved with bricks :/ I remember my father in his Hillman Minx saying very bad things about that curve (where, by the way, was a very interesting Esso gas station designed by architect Dudok and this was moved to the carmuseum Autotron in 1995)...

ford_guy US

2010-02-10 22:18

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ingo wrote The comments about the Mercedes W111


Well I didn't delete them and had no malicious intentions so I don't see why you should be offended. Besides, if it really bothers you then comment on that page and not here as I didn't understand your initial comment. If you're really that offended by it then I can un-archive them, all you had to do was ask.

ingo DE

2010-02-10 22:32

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@ford_guy: this would be fine, many thanks.


@DynaMike: are some old-style highway-exits with bricks still existing? In Germany we had for a long time many Autobahn-exits, rest-areas, too, with cobblestone-pavement, not only in the GDR. Nearly all of them were broken off and renovated in the last 15-18 years.
I think, today you have to go to Poland, to the left-overs of the "Reichsautobahn 1", if you want to see some.

But the sharp edge in the Vinkeveen-exit was not unique. I'm using such an sharp-edged exit daily. But it's a hidden one. Official, but hidden. No signs for it. It's known as the "corruption-exit". An undersecretary of the Kohl-government let it built. It's officially concealed, but it was the reason indeed.

ford_guy US

2010-02-11 02:06

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ingo, no problem. But next time just please be more direct instead of merely complaining. I'm a reasonable enough person, something can always be worked out ;)

DynaMike NL

2010-02-13 15:35

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@ Ingo: I don't think any of these dangerous exits exist nowadays in Holland... (but I can't be ure, of course). Only maybe some temporary exit during reconstruction.

ingo DE

2010-02-13 19:52

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ford_guy: thanks. I wrote my comment, because I cannot see, who had deleted it. I think, I wrote quite politely, that I wasn't amused. Real complaing by me would sound different... :whistle:

ford_guy US

2010-02-14 01:55

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But the comments weren't deleted, they were archived.

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