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1971 Volkswagen K70 [Typ 48]

1971 Volkswagen K70 [Typ 48] in Bydelen som ikke vil d, Movie made for TV, 1975

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

1971 Volkswagen K70 [Typ 48]

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Lateef NO

2015-11-01 22:03

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Lateef NO

2015-11-23 13:59

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It seems that the passenger-side mirror was an option (for a small expense, as with all VWs) - but mandatory in Norway, along with repeaters and mudflaps (not visible here).

ingo DE

2015-11-30 22:46

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Lateef wrote It seems that the passenger-side mirror was an option (for a small expense, as with all VWs) - but mandatory in Norway, along with repeaters and mudflaps (not visible here).

in Sweden, too. (the right mirror and the mudflaps, not the side indicator. But the mudflaps were special larger S-unique parts.

In Germany a right mirror was mandatory, when a trailer-coupling was mounted.

-- Last edit: 2015-11-30 22:48:36

elsch DE

2015-11-30 23:33

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ingo wrote In Germany a right mirror was mandatory, when a trailer-coupling was mounted.


.. or when the car was a wagon. Which wasn't the case for the K70, obviously.

ingo DE

2015-12-01 10:04

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elsch wrote .. or when the car was a wagon. Which wasn't the case for the K70, obviously.

No, not for common Wagons as a Ford Turnier or VW Variant, only for delivery-/panel-van-versions, where the inner mirror isn't usable.

elsch DE

2015-12-01 23:31

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ingo wrote No, not for common Wagons as a Ford Turnier or VW Variant, only for delivery-/panel-van-versions, where the inner mirror isn't usable.


Due to the intended use of the additional space in the back, it has to be assumed that the inner mirror isn't usable. - Therefore the mirror is/was mandatory.
Have you ever seen a wagon without a second wing mirror (in Europe)?

andrepa DE

2015-12-13 03:38

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1975 Fiat 128 3p [128AC] nestling between K70 and Volvo

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