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Peugeot 404

Peugeot 404 in Sette uomini e un cervello, Movie, 1968 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: FR — Built in: AR — Made for: RA

Peugeot 404

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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DynaMike NL

2012-03-07 17:43

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And a Ford Taunus 17M [P2] with special bumper on the left :)

Gomselmash11

2012-03-07 18:38

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DynaMike wrote And a Ford Taunus 17M [P2] with special bumper on the left :)

Indeed, worth list, it's too strange here -> /vehicle_483534-Ford-Taunus-17M-P2.html

bob dieck BR

2012-03-07 18:53

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Those reinforced bumpers were standart on Argentinian market. Even 2 CV and other light cars had to be addapted to suit a special law.

In Brazil, there was no law about those extra over riders reinforcements, but many owners decided to install them (aftermarket)in order to avoid bigger damage. Nowadays this trend has passed.

Taunus 17 M were also very rare in Brazil; they came to the market in the moment Brazil started auto industry and therefore some pretective laws came to force.

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Gomselmash11

2012-03-07 18:56

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Wrong one more time. These bumpers in some cases, are an aftermarket accesory like in the Ami 8, right (all the dealers bought this bumpers in Mar del Plata)? this "law" didn't exits in the reality (you forget this), because some models never fulfilled the law (many Falcon, Chevy, Dodge's and others). Sorry, but i ask you not to talk more about my country, is bothering me you do not know anything... sorry, but it's the truth. And this is a image for Argentina, not for your country, can comment in pictures of your country? thanks
And for your last row words, you know my opinion. Sorry, but i'm not interested for obvious reasons
EDIT: looks like the early 404 made here by IAFA... because just called Peugeot 404 (without any trim), even the plate it's for an early 1967 year (re registered). You can see in the Red Multicarga the old scheme of the plates in Argentina (six numbers).

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bob dieck BR

2012-03-07 20:25

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It is always very good to hear from you, even when you believe in some ownerness of countries, at least one.
Concerning the reinforced bumpers, I would be very humbled to suggest you to procure laws in force during the sixties. You will find and the truth will be clear again.
Maybe you are young enough to be so uninteressed, but youth shouldn't be an excuse to avoid accuracy. Anyway, I feel this is a free blog and your opinion will always be read.

dsl SX

2012-03-07 20:51

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bob dieck wrote ...this is a free blog ...

@gomsel - he's right - it is a free blog, and the rest of us are interested in opinions, without predjudice against where they come from or what flag is flying. Don't get yourself sent to the naughty corner again by creating non-existent fights out of nothing.

Gomselmash11

2012-03-07 20:52

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:wow: why? i'm just interested in my opinions, my contributions & my country. Just all. Sorry, but i'm correct with the bumpers comment.

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dsl SX

2012-03-07 21:01

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Gomselmash11 wrote Sorry, but i'm correct with the bumpers comment.

Perhaps you are. But let the discussion and sharing of knowledge unfold without attacking the people. Then we can all enjoy the process.

vilero ES

2012-03-07 21:15

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¡Basta ya!. Tu comportamiento es del todo punto intolerable. Esa persona simplemente ha hecho un comentario y tu le contestas (como a todos los brasileños) como al enemigo. Si quieres enemigos, este no es el lugar, ni nunca lo será. Tu te crees que no dándote la razón se ataca a todo lo argetino cuando lo único que se hace es reprender un compotamiento inadmisible entre personas civilizadas. Si crees que son el enemigo, tienes un problema. Tus comentarios hacía todo usuario brasileño, se diga en español, en inglés, en francés ó en chino es, pura y llanamente, xenófobo.

Bob Dieck BR

2012-03-08 08:36

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I agree partially. I really don't feel I am treated as an enemy just by being from Brazil.

In South America, to be against other boundary countries was a common feeling because there were lots of wars, as similar as between countries of other continents, but the common markets and diplomacy made those times gone for ever.

The best of this neighboorhood unfriendship is that Brazil made complaints with many boundary countries - even going to war some times, but never against Argentina. Meanwhile, to be on the funny side of old times, Brazil built a strange railroad system, with a mixture of dimmensions to avoid easy invasion from neighboors, guess who?

Andre Malraux RO

2012-03-08 12:22

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My feeling is that Gomsel still trying. :lol:

ingo DE

2012-03-28 20:42

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Bob Dieck wrote Brazil built a strange railroad system, with a mixture of dimmensions to avoid easy invasion from neighboors, guess who?

In West Germany some Autobahn-segments were prepared for militäry reasons: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autobahn-Behelfsflugplatz
And thousands of manhole-covers weren't covering entryways to the sewerage, but, when the enemy-invasion would have ben come (as the enemy was always seen "The Russian", less the other Eastern Block countries), blasting charges.
But they disappeared in the last 20 years. When a road was renovated, they were wrecked. Where I lived until 1994, nearby Hannover, I remember several of those. Over here, in the far West I've noticed much less. But they were here, too, indeed (Why not. It's not even 40km to the Western border... :whistle: )

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