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1978 Volkswagen Passat B1 [Typ 32]

1978 Volkswagen Passat B1 [Typ 32] in 12 steden, 13 ongelukken, TV Series, 1990-1998 IMDB Ep. 2.10

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: DE

1978 Volkswagen Passat B1 [Typ 32]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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police car fan NL

2016-03-30 14:24

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ingo DE

2018-03-01 19:10

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Dasher hubcaps or something aftersales market stuff?

rjluna2 US

2018-03-01 22:34

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Looks like Walmart hubcaps to me :think:

Gamer DE

2018-03-01 22:45

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There are no Walmarts in the Netherlands. :p

Walmart briefly existed in Germany from the mid-1990s until 2006 though. However, I don't ever recall seeing one here.

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AleX_DJ AT

2018-03-01 23:00

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Aldi 4ever :lol:

Gag Halfrunt UK

2018-03-01 23:17

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Anyway, the same hubcaps could have been sold by other companies in other countries. No need to assume that they were exclusive to Walmart.

rjluna2 US

2018-03-02 02:45

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It is a joke that the Walmart store in our country is being a generic superstore to your own country that has many variety stuff to sell :lol:

Seems that AleX_DJ's Aldi store fits nicely :D

rtsbusman1997 US

2018-03-02 06:03

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I guess the british version of this joke would be Poundland Hubcaps.

AleX_DJ AT

2018-03-02 09:41

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rjluna2 wrote It is a joke that the Walmart store in our country is being a generic superstore to your own country that has many variety stuff to sell :lol:

Seems that AleX_DJ's Aldi store fits nicely :D


Yes in German it's often referred as a joke for this, in particular referring to low price stuff since it's a discount chain (you define something at 'Aldi-Preis' when it's surprisingly unexpensive but of good quality). Here their supermarkets are called Hofer, seems that they are going to open a large supermarket right next to my house in the next months... I'm definitely happy with this because they usually sell a lot of kinds of things at very good prices but with good quality

ingo DE

2018-03-03 18:18

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rtsbusman1997 wrote I guess the british version of this joke would be Poundland Hubcaps.

I like the British Poundland - often they have my shampoo and my deodorant on sale. At my Scotland-trips or when I visit events like https://www.beaulieu.co.uk/events/international-autojumble/ I buy always boxes with 15,20 pieces :D

ingo DE

2018-03-03 18:19

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rjluna2 wrote It is a joke that the Walmart store in our country is being a generic superstore to your own country that has many variety stuff to sell :lol:

In Scandinavia it's about car parts a simily saying about http://www.biltema.com/

Exiv96 BE

2018-03-08 23:03

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ingo wrote
I like the British Poundland - often they have my shampoo and my deodorant on sale. At my Scotland-trips or when I visit events like https://www.beaulieu.co.uk/events/international-autojumble/ I buy always boxes with 15,20 pieces :D


Except british discount shops like Poundland, Poundworld or Home Bargains often sell body & healthcare products in slightly smaller bottles or containers, so it's not as big a bargain as it seems.

ingo DE

2018-03-09 00:19

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Exiv96 wrote
Except british discount shops like Poundland, Poundworld or Home Bargains often sell body & healthcare products in slightly smaller bottles or containers, so it's not as big a bargain as it seems.

Well, I'm smart enough to check that :p
And more often you can find even bigger bottles/containers there, than regular drugstore are offering.

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