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1971 Porsche 911 S [901]

1971 Porsche 911 S [901] in Chinesisches Roulette, Movie, 1976 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: DE

1971 Porsche 911 S [901]

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

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chicomarx BE

2009-12-14 17:44

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München Kraftfahrzeugkennzeichen! (Munich plate)

ingo DE

2009-12-14 21:10

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Yes, as the other cars in this movie, too. Boring Munich-plates. I hoped to see some from small, nowadays determinated counties :(

chicomarx BE

2009-12-14 22:54

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Sorry, ingo. I just like saying Kraftfahrzeugkennzeichen. :D

Have you seen this recent bit from Top Gear? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrlzIuwpg3A

ingo DE

2009-12-14 23:12

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Funny. :) Poor English guys. Their language is simpler... :D It's really not a real complicated or long word. There are much worse ones, especially if you look in official texts from authorities. Or in the jurisdiction-German.

Not to talk about the language of our Eastern neighbours in Poland. ;)


P.S. I'm working in the claim-department of an insurance-company. It's my personal speciality to construct official letters, for example to lawyers, in which I use hyper-highbrow phrasings, just for saying in "normal" words: "Piss off, bugging idiot and put your annoying letters in your a.. I'm f.cked up with the whole discussion. You will never get any money from us. Try to understand it." :D

chicomarx BE

2009-12-15 00:23

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Which company is that? I think I'll not become a customer... :D

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