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1999 Lancia Zeta [U60]

1999 Lancia Zeta [U60] in Ogród Luizy, Movie, 2007 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: IT — Built in: FR

1999 Lancia Zeta [U60]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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fck PL

2009-01-17 17:30

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First Zeta on IMCDB :D

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-01-17 18:09

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antp BE

2009-01-17 18:19

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On the 2nd link it is said that it should be listed as "Z" (latin) because it was badged like that, but the badge was "Ζ" (greek - I know it looks the same but it is another character :D) which is spelled "Zeta"... Even if they look identical, maybe it would be better to use the full name like for greek-only names, rather than a latin letter when it is identical to the greek one.

-- Last edit: 2009-01-17 18:20:15

Weasel1984 PL

2009-01-17 22:47

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And what about the 'K'appa? I don' remember what was on the badge.

antp BE

2009-01-17 22:52

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Again, in this case the greek letter was like the latin one.
But for the Delta, there was a δ, which could not be mistaken for a latin letter :D

Weasel1984 PL

2009-01-17 23:45

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antp wrote ... for the Delta, there was a δ, which could not be mistaken for a latin letter :D

antp wrote Even if they look identical, maybe it would be better to use the full name like for greek-only names, rather than a latin letter when it is identical to the greek one.

I would agree with that. Not that it is so important :D , but it sounds more sensibly.

Edit:
Renamed back to Zeta not by me. ;)

-- Last edit: 2009-01-17 23:48:41

Neon IT

2009-01-17 23:58

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Tecnically, the badge says 'Z':

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antp BE

2009-01-18 13:45

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As I said, the badge is a greek letter, which is translitterated as "Zeta", like δ becomes Delta.
And on that picture it is not so clear... doesn't the badge look more like ζ (lower case) than Ζ (upper case)? Both being "Zeta" letter.

-- Last edit: 2009-01-18 13:48:41

conte IT

2010-09-21 17:01

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1999 facelift model. Anyway I think it is right to call this model 'Zeta' for what you have said...

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