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1981 Plymouth Reliant K

1981 Plymouth Reliant K in Alarm für Cobra 11 - Die Autobahnpolizei, TV Series, 1996-2019 IMDB Ep. 4.07

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1981 Plymouth Reliant K

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

Comments about this vehicle

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Neon IT

2008-03-30 00:59

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taxiguy US

2008-03-30 05:49

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1981-1984

taxiguy US

2008-03-30 17:25

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What's with the plate by the way? It's not a US or Canada plate, but I don't think these were sold anywhere else... :think:

chris40 UK

2008-03-30 18:19

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It looks like an old-type German plate with DIN characters, issued in Potsdam. I think if you have a short number, you get a short plate. (Deutsche Mitglieder: bitte Kommentar abgeben! :D )

Neon IT

2008-03-30 19:33

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The car is imported from the US for sure, the plate is of the Germany.

Alexander DE

2008-03-30 19:40

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chris40 wrote ... I think if you have a short number, you get a short plate. ...

Not exactly. If you have a car that does not supply enough space for a normal sized plate you are entitled to get a shorter plate. This also implies that you need a shorter code, i.e. instead of the usual two letters and three or four digits just one or two of each. Such short codes are only given to cars with special needs and motorbikes (they, too, have limited space).

chris40 UK

2008-03-30 21:02

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Ah right ... I got it backside foremost, then.
Danke schön für den Kommentar, Alex. ;) btw ‘special needs’ auf englisch bedeutet geistig behindert … vielleicht haben deine Behörden amerikanische Autos nicht gern?

Alexander DE

2008-03-30 21:29

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... just a pun on my behalf ... I sometimes take words by their literal meaning.
But looking a the car's design ... well ... :D

Ingo DE

2008-05-12 21:18

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@chris: with a short number-combination you don't always get a short plate. You can have the usual 52cm-plates, too - so our chancellor- and president's- and Bundestag-president's-cars have their 0-1, 0-2 and 1-1 always on 52cm-plates.

But if you need a short combination, because our your "special needs" :) , like motorbikes, US-cars and so on, you can have problems to get one, because they are popular. Usually extreme short combinations (like B-A1 or D-J2 and so on) are restricted and the boss of the authority decides, if you have the need to get one.

Ingo DE

2008-05-12 21:21

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Neon wrote The car is imported from the US for sure, the plate is of the Germany.


It was surely a private import to Germany (mostly brought by an GI), because Plymouth was never officially sold in Germany, also not this car (K-car? I don't know these classifications), not even as a Chrysler.

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