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2012 KTM 990 SMT
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nzcarnerd NZColour suggests maybe a KTM? 2014-08-30 23:16
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rjluna2 USI say this is heavier than F-350. Let make this as 2002 or later Ford F-Series Super Duty XL. 2014-08-30 20:24
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3loader RUHonda Elite 2014-08-30 19:52
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Ddey65 USF-Series Super Duty, F-350 at the lightest. 2014-08-30 19:01
Chevrolet K-Series
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police car fan NL1988-1993. 2014-08-30 19:01
1985 GMC unknown
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police car fan NL1985+ GMC C-1500?

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Ddey65 USThis grille is from an mid-1980's GMC C-Series.

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carcrasher88 USYes, definitely a GMC grille. 1981+? 2014-08-30 18:58
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Gamer DEGMC. 2014-08-30 18:56
1998 Chrysler Town & Country
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Steve Jobs USCanadian model, evidenced by Ontario plate and Daytime Running lights. Therefore should be lsited as Made for Canada.
Must be really rusty from all that 'Tario road salt.

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Davez621 AUThis is not a '97-'01, it's the previous generation model '92-'96. 2013-12-18 05:59
2009 Renault Clio Campus 2 [X65]
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Weasel1984 PL2009 facelift. 2013-09-26 14:11
1994 Lada Niva [21213]
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rtsbusman1997 US
Exiv96 wrote Made for Canada, I suppose.


Think so.
2012-10-04 00:32
1996 Citroën Berlingo Série 1
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Lateef NOImpossible to tell if this is a 2003 from here. 2012-08-27 11:22
2008 Suzuki Swift
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130rapid PL2008+. 2012-08-09 18:02
2010 Ford Fusion [CD338]
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130rapid PLIt's just facelifted, petrol-only Fusion. Hasn't 'Hybrid' script on front doors.

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buhin HKYes, it should be a Liteace pickup. 2012-05-01 10:24
1992 Mitsubishi Diamante
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gmguy CAyes 2012-02-26 17:54
Hino Ranger
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hiro067 JPHino Ranger, Unknown Body Manufacturer
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Ford_Guy USI've rarely, if ever, heard someone say "fun as shit." :p Anyhow, I'm archiving this whole conversation as it really has very little to do with the movie or anything significant. I think it's run its course.

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rtsbusman1997 US
atom wrote I just saw that show on TV where some Americans come to Sweden to find their roots (I think it's a copy of a Norwegian show).

Anyhow, one of them said "we had a blast" which was subbed to "vi hade skitkul" which literally means "we had shit-fun" (or fun as shit is maybe more propper).

I remembered this discussion when I saw it and thought I might share :)


Americans tend to use "fun as shit" instead of "shit-fun" (although you tend to hear both depending on who you talk to and that particular area). I prefer "as fun as shit". Just a random American fact :lol:
2011-12-18 00:24
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rtsbusman1997 US
movie star wrote

very funny. I don't understand why you want to support such a person, as his statement was full of patriotic sentences but nonetheless did not contain any valid points or correct information.

Obviously, Romania is the best, and Europe rules America. ...


I wouldn't say that was a supporting statement, just a way of saying that the word shit is not a curse word. But I do agree with you on the patriotic issue.
2011-12-18 00:11
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rtsbusman1997 US
Andre Malraux wrote

Not the crime rates it's the biggest problem but the architecture. :D

Any town in Europe is preferable to New York: Paris, Rome, Milan, Florence, Madrid, Barcelona, Salamanca, Lisbon, Brussels, Geneva, Berlin, Heidelberg, Stuttgart, Viena, Salzburg, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Riga, London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Prague, Warsaw, Krakow, Budapest, Dubrovnik (which is a beautiful city; George Bernard Shaw said: "If you want to see the heaven, come in Dubrovnik.".), Athens, Kiev, Moskow, Sankt-Petersburg etc., etc., etc.

Any town in Europe is preferable to New York. Why? Because New York was build not to be beautiful, but for money. I don't know if you understand me...

So I don't make a parallel between USA and Romania, I just say I don't like New York's architecture. That's forbidden? :D

By the way, what do you know about Romania? Only the shit in the media, where the gipsy delinquents are presented as "romanians"? :no:



Wait. You don't like New York Simply because it doesn't have that foreign charm? Seems a bit wrong to me. :o Besides, whats with the "demeaning" of Romania in the "shit" media that you claim is occurring? Care to provide proof of this?

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ingo DEIt's to admit, that a plenty of the car thefts, which allegedly happend in Eastern European countries or made by people from there, are faked. In Germany minimum a third, probably more than the half. "Theft on commission" we say for that. Sometimes the insurance knows it, but if there aren't cought-sturdy proofs, they have to pay it. The community of all insurance-customers has to pay that at least...

A very actual example is the Mercedes GL 420 of the Ukrainian Minister of Justice ( http://www.spiegel.de/panorama/justiz/0,1518,803038,00.html ). The theft was faked, too. Done by the owners, the owners of a building contractor-company (by the way: in the allegedly "clean" Germany as very corrupt business...)
2011-12-11 22:58
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atom SEI just saw that show on TV where some Americans come to Sweden to find their roots (I think it's a copy of a Norwegian show).

Anyhow, one of them said "we had a blast" which was subbed to "vi hade skitkul" which literally means "we had shit-fun" (or fun as shit is maybe more propper).

I remembered this discussion when I saw it and thought I might share :)
2011-12-11 21:09
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Andre Malraux RO
Lateef wrote
.. I just got in here, I saw you threatening/advising A. Malraux not to swear, and I made a simple parry. That's all. I don't even have an opinion on Romania or Rumenians on this topic, apart from the fact that I am mad at those Eastern European pricks stealing stuff in Norway and Western Europe abroad, some of them Rumenians.


Gipsys from Romania, not really romanians. ;)

And I am mad too on this guys who make a bad reputation of Romania.

And is our fault, because we let them go out. The political man here simply don't have the courage to make two things:

1. Don't let the gipsys out of the country.

2. Say they are not really romanians.

They don't have this courage, because they are afraid being called racists.


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Lateef NO
movie star wrote very funny. I don't understand why you want to support such a person

Support? What... are you talking about? I was just saying that "shit" is not considered a swear-word in my language, I mentioned nothing about supporting anything, any person, any opinion, any ... whatever.

.. I just got in here, I saw you threatening/advising A. Malraux not to swear, and I made a simple parry. That's all. I don't even have an opinion on Romania or Rumenians on this topic, apart from the fact that I am mad at those Eastern European pricks stealing stuff in Norway and Western Europe abroad, some of them Rumenians. I do have an opinion on what terms are considered swear-words and what terms are not.
2011-12-11 19:50
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Andre Malraux ROI respect your taste, but I don't like it very much. 2011-12-11 19:47
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ingo DEAs an hobby-architecture fan (though my grand and great-grand parents were architects, I haven't learned this science) I must point out, that there is fantastic architecture in the USA. Like: Link to "qews.info" for example.

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Andre Malraux RO1. I condamne nobody.

2. For me, architecture is not at all minor, it is very, very, very important. I'm an artist! :D
2011-12-11 19:38
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ingo DE
Andre Malraux wrote I don't understand very well. Please explain.

It's not racism, just a fact, that the criminal gangs, specialized in burglaries, pickpocketing, and other thefts are coming from Romania, teached and ruled in commando-style. Yes, the most of them are Gipsies, but as they have often Romanian passports, they are seen as Romanians.
In the 90ies there were ressentiments about the car-theft-gangs, but this became less, since the Polish economy went up the last years. The East German didn't like to hear, that in fact there are several areas in Poland, which are wealther than many East German counties.
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movie star wrote

I have to give that right back to you - again. If you have understood the meaning of the word 'Patriotism' then you would see what is patriotic about your various viewpoints, examples, reasons ...

I do not say that patriotism is a bad thing.


1. That's not the point.

2. Forget about it! It's stupid to see something wrong in "I don't like NY, I prefer Europe to USA".

It's that simple!



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ingo DE@movie star: my Balkan-comment is meant more in the political meaning, with the corruption scandals and so ;) 2011-12-11 19:18
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ingo DE
movie star wrote Obviously, Romania is the best, and Europe rules America. Very clever ...

About Romania I cannot say much, because I've not been there yet, but I agree with the last statement. Sure, the USA, at least whole America are great and fantastic travel destinations - but there are too many smaller and bigger disturbing factors in the political and even more in the daly life, that personally I'm very happy to live, where I live.
My wife became a big Canada-fan in our last vactions, she can imagine to really live there. I told her the same, as about her other favourite Scotland: "Sure, a wonderful location. But I could only live here, when we would have our solid brick- and concrete made house with real rooftiles there and not this wood-shelf-stuff with bituminous schindels. And our old-style working-contracts, our cars, or washing machine, our kitchen oven, our bed, our TV-programmes, our bathroom equipment, our electrical equipment, our bread, our beer, our cheese, our wurst, our chocolate, etc.pp"
2011-12-11 19:15
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movie star wrote

very funny. I don't understand why you want to support such a person, as his statement was full of patriotic sentences but nonetheless did not contain any valid points or correct information.

Obviously, Romania is the best, and Europe rules America. Very clever ...


You don't understand nothing, my friend. To say you don't like NY and you prefer Europe (not neceseraly your country) to USA are patriotic sentences? :lol: :lol: :lol:

You are not very clever, arnt you?

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ingo wrote
Well, not only in the medias. In other parts of the daily life, too. For example in the insurance business, where me and my wife are working.


I don't understand very well. Please explain.
2011-12-11 19:09
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ingo wrote
In view of the architecture, New York is in fact one of the only North American towns, where the architecture is worth to mention and to visit. Except N.Y. it's only San Francisco and New Orleans. All other US-towns are just faceless conglomerates of buildings with out any own style.

You ignore the different ages of the European and American towns. Several centuries, even milleniums ( http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_historischer_Stadtgr%C3%BCndungen ) ren't comparable with sometimes not even 150 years :no:


I agree with all you say. But I still find New York ugly. :D
2011-12-11 19:05
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ingo DEWell, in Germany sometimes you can hear the opinion "The Balkan begins in Austria" :whistle: Even a bit more often in the last months... 2011-12-11 19:02
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ingo DE
Andre Malraux wrote By the way, what do you know about Romania? Only the shit in the media, where the gipsy delinquents are presented as "romanians"? :no:

Well, not only in the medias. In other parts of the daily life, too. For example in the insurance business, where me and my wife are working.
2011-12-11 17:10
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ingo DE
Andre Malraux wrote Any town in Europe is preferable to New York. Why? Because New York was build not to be beautiful, but for money.

In view of the architecture, New York is in fact one of the only North American towns, where the architecture is worth to mention and to visit. Except N.Y. it's only San Francisco and New Orleans. All other US-towns are just faceless conglomerates of buildings with out any own style.

You ignore the different ages of the European and American towns. Several centuries, even milleniums ( http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_historischer_Stadtgr%C3%BCndungen ) ren't comparable with sometimes not even 150 years :no:

Somewhere I still have a travelling-brochure from New Zeland. I kept it, because the name "Exotic Europe" for one tour is so funny. It includes, München, Heidelberg, Salzburg, Vienna, Bratislava and Prague :D
:think: Maybe it would be an apart suggestion to show some "exotic natives" to the Kiwi-tourists. We have some aboriginals from that area even at IMCDb.
@wickey, @m.pfaffeneder, @movie_star et al.: feel free to show us your tribal culture :D Maybe some courtship rituals for the beginning :whistle:
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Andre Malraux RO@ Lateef

:beer:
2011-12-11 16:32
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Lateef NOHe didn't swear the least bit. The word shit is not a swear-word in my language, just a word to describe something. 2011-12-11 15:46
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Andre Malraux RO
movie star wrote

I agree, also with your statement on living in New York. Even when considering the crime rates, I would still rather live in New York than in Romania.


Not the crime rates it's the biggest problem but the architecture. :D

Any town in Europe is preferable to New York: Paris, Rome, Milan, Florence, Madrid, Barcelona, Salamanca, Lisbon, Brussels, Geneva, Berlin, Heidelberg, Stuttgart, Viena, Salzburg, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Riga, London, Edinburgh, Dublin, Prague, Warsaw, Krakow, Budapest, Dubrovnik (which is a beautiful city; George Bernard Shaw said: "If you want to see the heaven, come in Dubrovnik.".), Athens, Kiev, Moskow, Sankt-Petersburg etc., etc., etc.

Any town in Europe is preferable to New York. Why? Because New York was build not to be beautiful, but for money. I don't know if you understand me...

So I don't make a parallel between USA and Romania, I just say I don't like New York's architecture. That's forbidden? :D

By the way, what do you know about Romania? Only the shit in the media, where the gipsy delinquents are presented as "romanians"? :no:

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carcrasher88 US1997-2001 Mitsubishi Diamante? 2011-12-10 22:12
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movie star AT
rtsbusman1997 wrote
To be fair, Crown Vics as a whole (some do get exported from time to time) are VERY common, cheap, and easy to fix and destroy. I'm pretty sure the Vic, even through it stopped production a few months ago, will always be there in some shape or form.


I agree, also with your statement on living in New York. Even when considering the crime rates, I would still rather live in New York than in Romania.

And the CV is a very useful car. Nice luggage space, a lot of leg room and quite safe. I heard that the Caprice was/is even better, but Chevrolet discontinued it way too early.

Personally I do find it a shame that the future NY will no longer have full-size cars serving as cabs, the NY cabs are pretty iconic.
2011-12-10 21:02
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ingo DE
rtsbusman1997 wrote Al least to me, it's not that bad. If you know how to live here, its not that hard to enjoy it here. :D

An absolute great destination for travelling and sightseeing, but living there completely, would't be attractive to me.
2011-12-10 19:07
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rtsbusman1997 US
Andre Malraux wrote
Agreed. I hate New York. Horrible town. :D


Al least to me, it's not that bad. If you know how to live here, its not that hard to enjoy it here. :D

Andre Malraux wrote

+1

To be fair, Crown Vics as a whole (some do get exported from time to time) are VERY common, cheap, and easy to fix and destroy. I'm pretty sure the Vic, even through it stopped production a few months ago, will always be there in some shape or form.
2011-12-10 19:03
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G-MANN wrote Maybe they should make less films in New York :p


Agreed. I hate New York. Horrible town. :D
2011-12-10 15:08
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carobserver wrote
Must be limitated just one crown Victoria taxi per movie or tv serie.....

Many people are sick and tired to see those cars


+1
2011-12-10 15:07
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tonkatracker USSport 2011-09-12 11:49

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