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1994 Volvo 440

1994 Volvo 440 in Ojciec Mateusz, TV Series, 2008-2019 IMDB Ep. 102

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: SE — Built in: NL

1994 Volvo 440

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

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Weasel1984 PL

2013-01-20 18:26

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[Image: 4401.jpg]

Perhaps the same one was used in the ep. 08/108, where it ended its life (rather) [*][*]:
[Image: vol4401.jpg] [Image: vol4402.jpg] [Image: vol44088.jpg]

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ingo DE

2013-01-20 23:19

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@Weasel: the location on the last thumbnails is recommended to find mermaids ;) Or at least beach girls. The Masurian lakes were impressive about this topic, when I'd been there in Summer 2003 :whistle:

Weasel1984 PL

2013-01-20 23:36

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It is not there but anyway - look at this car - see how this might end! These are not so innocent creatures.

ingo DE

2013-01-20 23:41

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Weasel1984 wrote These are not so innocent creatures.

Who? Mermaids? Polish beach girls? Dutch Volvos?

Weasel1984 PL

2013-01-21 00:00

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The 1st two. Volvo is not a female. :P

ingo DE

2013-01-21 00:11

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Weasel1984 wrote Volvo is not a female.

It depends on the language. Your compatriot 130rapid uses quite often the female mode for cars.
:think: In German cars are usually termed male, a few neuter (Goggomobil) and a few female, for example Isabella, Arabella, Floride, but also the DS (due the French pronunciation "Déesse"). About Volvo I only can remember the Amazon. Some Volvo-freaks persist, that it has to be termed female. But this is the minority.

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ingo DE

2013-06-03 21:01

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@Weasel: :hello:
Do you have the chance for travelling to the West in the next time? If yes, there are even two(!) interesting sights -plus the chance to make an IMCDb-user-meeting with DynaMike:
- Link to "www.louwmanmuseum.nl"
and brand new
- http://www.teylersmuseum.eu/index.php?item=71&lang=en
:D

Weasel1984 PL

2013-06-04 21:34

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ingo wrote It depends on the language...

In Polish for personal car you can say "samochód" = "he" or "auto" = "it". There is also the word "automobil" - "he", but not used for the new cars since "ages". Brands (or model names) you can meet in all forms - she, he, it. "She" are for example all which ends with "a". Volvo is "it".

ingo wrote :hello:
Do you have the chance for travelling to...

I've heard about the 2nd museum and it sure is worth to visit, on the other hand I'm a bit disappointed, they didn't consult with me, when prepared this exhibition. After all it wouldn't be so big deal to send the PM. :o
Like for now, I'm not leaving abroad at least till August, but then it will be rather an SW direction.

ingo DE

2013-06-05 12:27

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Weasel1984 wrote After all it wouldn't be so big deal to send the PM. :o

"PM"? Personal mermaid?? :wow:

antp BE

2013-06-05 18:08

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private message, the thing on the forum that you could use instead of posting your personal messages in the comments all the time on the site [:kiki]

130rapid PL

2013-06-05 18:45

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ingo wrote Your compatriot 130rapid uses quite often the female mode for cars.


Only for heart-breaking cars. :sun:

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