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1996 Volkswagen Multivan [Typ 2 / T4]

1996 Volkswagen Multivan [Typ 2 / T4] in I yeh Taipei, Movie, 2010 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: DE — Built in: TW

1996 Volkswagen Multivan [Typ 2 / T4]

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m.pfaffeneder DE

2010-09-18 19:26

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I think it┤s a VW T4 Multivan.

Gomselmash11

2010-09-18 19:37

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special lamps? i don't know.

m.pfaffeneder DE

2010-09-18 19:52

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I think these lamps are tuning lamps.

-- Last edit: 2010-09-18 19:53:34

rjluna2 US

2010-09-18 20:26

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It surely looks like aftermarket headlights.

T÷nz DE

2010-09-18 20:30

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VW offered similar Xenon headlights with Caravelle editions 'Business' and 'Panamericana', but always in conjunction with a headlamp cleaning device, which we don't see here. Therefore it's just an aftermarket gadget, probably by tuning supplier projektzwo.

Exiv96 BE

2010-09-18 20:34

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Or worse, a plastic piece with two holes to simulate two round headlights when you only have one basic rectangular unit. :D

Gomselmash11

2010-09-18 20:36

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Exiv96 wrote Or worse, a plastic piece with two holes to simulate two round headlights when you only have one basic rectangular unit. :D


Sure, haha!

ingo DE

2010-09-18 21:31

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Maybe it was assembled in Taiwan! My Japanese friend told me, that the T4 was built there from licensed CKD-kits. I don't know, if there are any visible details to the German origin.
He told me, that you should avoid them because of the poor quality. Sometimes some of them came to Japan, so smart Japanese T4-buyers check the country first.

ingo DE

2012-03-31 21:49

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Today Hiroshi told me a few more details about the Taiwan-assembled VW T4. A friend of him owns one. There are two big differences to the German origin one:
- no heating.
- a karaoke-system for the back passengers. :wow: No kidding!
A Taiwanese fellow of him has confirmed that. And that it's no unusal in Taiwan, that mid- and big-size Vans have that. Maybe caused by the fact, that the system of public transport is not really developed there and the people always have to travel by car, expecially families.

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