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1970 Volkswagen 1600 Variant [Typ 36]

1970 Volkswagen 1600 Variant [Typ 36] in La dama rossa uccide sette volte, Movie, 1972 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: DE

1970 Volkswagen 1600 Variant [Typ 36]

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

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Alessandro58 CH

2011-04-05 20:29

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ingo DE

2011-04-05 20:39

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:king: An authentic plate - and one, which I still need in my collection. Not issued any more since the 31.12.72

@dsl: the colour is the famous "kansasbeige". Which looks like ... you know.

cl82 DE

2011-04-05 21:20

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Ah, Bad Mergentheim. Would be TBB today.

ingo DE

2011-04-05 21:31

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Maybe something is left in old garages and cellars... ;)

cl82 DE

2011-04-06 16:38

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Hm, who knows. Sadly, I don't have connections to historic plate collectors, so I don't think I can help you. Besides, I'm really not often in that area although it's not that far away from HN where I used to live. Last time was almost 10 years ago, and even back then I didn't see any "MGH" plates. Once I've seen a "DKB", and -closer to home- from time to time a "SNH" or a "ÖHR" but without exception only on old tractors or trailers. Earlier this year, I had to drive to Schwäbisch Gmünd in order to attend a funeral. Whenever I passed a farm there I looked out for a "GD" with you in mind, but sadly I wasn't successful.

ingo DE

2011-04-06 20:18

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cl82 wrote Sadly, I don't have connections to historic plate collectors,

This would absolutely not helpful - they know about these plates :p The best are connections to old relatives, friends, acknowledges, who haven't cleared up their cellars or garages since decades ;)

Mudflap SX

2011-04-07 12:28

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ingo wrote @dsl: the colour is the famous "kansasbeige". Which looks like ... you know.


Was it porridge? :D

dsl SX

2011-04-07 12:33

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Mudflap wrote Was it porridge?

Not the way I make it, according to a traditional recipe handed down through the generations. ([1] Open sachet and pour into bowl [2] Add milk and pinch of salt [3] microwave for 2 minutes)

Mudflap SX

2011-04-07 12:33

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:D

ingo DE

2011-04-07 12:46

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dsl wrote according to a traditional recipe handed down through the generations. ... microwave ...

:think:

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