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1970 Mini 1275 GT [ADO20]

1970 Mini 1275 GT [ADO20] in PS - Geschichten ums Auto, TV Series, 1975-1979 IMDB Ep. 1.07

Class: Cars, Supermini — Model origin: UK

1970 Mini 1275 GT [ADO20]

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kegare JP

2012-01-07 05:59

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dsl SX

2012-01-07 10:54

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Slightly tweaked from original livery - I'm not totally convinced the sill tapes are original. Thumbs have a 1970+ Mini Clubman Estate and maybe a couple more various Minis. This series makes it look as if some 1968-73 BMC/BL product was sold in Germany (Minis, ADO16) - does anyone know more?

ingo DE

2012-01-08 01:14

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To stay in the "ADO-times, it's to say, that except the Mini and the ADO16 (AFAIK labelled mainly as Austin 1100) a few Austin Maxi [ADO14] were sold here, some Allegros [ADO67] (here used in an unwillingly sexistic "Der 7.Sinn"-episode: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJAYUcEdV34 ), too.
It was said, that some single ADO71 were running here, but they were never noticeable.

MG Convertibles (ADO23, ADO76) were sold here, MGB's, too (no ADO52 and ADO75), but the most other ADO's (8, 09A, 09G 10, 17, 38, 38A, 38G, 40, 53, 61 never have existed here. The other BMC brands, Wolseley, Vanden Plas and Riley neither.

ingo DE

2012-01-08 01:26

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P.S. There were advertises for the Marina [ADO28] in the car magazines here, there were sales brochures, too, even some cars were standing in the showrooms of the (very few and very small) BMC-contract partners here, but in fact it stayed unknown here. The only Marinas, I can remember, I've seen on vacations in Denmark and Holland back then. None here.

dsl SX

2012-01-08 01:39

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@ingo - thanks - useful info.

ingo DE

2012-01-08 01:58

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Sorry, that only Norwegian dubbed version is online, but atthe beginning you can spot and Austin and a Rover. Later on they aren't interesting any more :whistle:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PlfViqXVEg&feature=related It's a VW-made clip, used for the internal instruction of the salesmen and mechanics (as the film, mentioned here, too: /vehicle.php?id=289701 ). Before the VHS-times were come, the Volkswagen AG had own cinema-trucks, which went around to the local dealerships. The films were in the 16mm size.

Some DAFjes in DynaMike-town can be spotted, too ;) @m.pfaffeneder: about you beloved brand: when the Ford 17 M is slippering around, in the German original the speaker says disdainfulmalicious "This can happen in the best families" :p
@Lateef: in the last minutes there is some literature to see, which I still missing in my collection :whistle: I only have the "Arets Bil"-issue with the goldmetallic car on the cover.

Not forget to mention the most important point: the K 70 in this film are NSU-prototypes :wow: Unfortunately nothing is left of them :(

Lateef NO

2012-01-08 02:31

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ingo wrote Sorry, that only Norwegian dubbed version is online

That commercial you linked is in Swedish, not Norwegian ;)

ingo DE

2012-01-09 17:15

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@dsl: two brand new recoverings about British cars, unusual in Germany :)

a) http://p4.focus.de/img/gen/j/V/HBjV9i3Q_Pxgen_r_Ax354.jpg , owned be the well-known "queen of fashion" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aenne_Burda , in her last car I really want to be transported, too, when the time has come: http://www.baur-bestattungen.de/bestattungswagen.html :king:

b) Just a short, later added message in this eBay-auction: Link to "www.ebay.de" An Opel Admiral, which ran in the DDR.
In the added sentence the seller writes "If I'm not wrong, I've seen this car in 1989 in Jena, while the make of the DEFA(DDR-movie-company) series "Die glńserne Fackel", where I participated with my Hillman Minx :wow: So there was at least one Minx running in the DDR!

ingo DE

2012-01-09 17:27

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P.S. I've just a message to the seller, to learn more about this Minx in the DDR :)

dsl SX

2012-01-09 17:47

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ingo wrote @dsl: http://p4.focus.de/img/gen/j/V/HBjV9i3Q_Pxgen_r_Ax354.jpg

- not opening for me - only leads to a small logo. The DDR Minx sounds interesting.....
And on a totally different topic, discovered this yesterday - Link to "lusager.blogspot.com" . Have not tried downloading it, but others from this blogspot have downloaded easily and without problems so I would expect it to be safe.

ingo DE

2012-01-09 17:53

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Now? http://ais.badische-zeitung.de/piece/01/07/91/9b/17273243-w-600.jpg

dsl SX

2012-01-09 18:05

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ingo wrote Now?

:sun:

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