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1972 Volkswagen 1600 Variant E [Typ 36]

1972 Volkswagen 1600 Variant E [Typ 36] in Oliver's Travels, Mini-Series, 1995 IMDB Ep. 2

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: DE — Made for: GB

1972 Volkswagen 1600 Variant E [Typ 36]

Position 00:44:26 [*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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Sandie SX

2013-05-23 21:35

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For some reason, I really like this car.

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(I think for the scene where the car explodes after being attacked by the helicopter a scrap shell was used, the explosion was shown from a distance)

The vehicle details for KPA 227K are:
Date of Liability 01 03 2003
Date of First Registration 01 03 1972
Year of Manufacture 1972
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 1584cc
Fuel Type PETROL
Vehicle Colour YELLOW

ingo DE

2013-05-23 21:40

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So the burnt car is a different one?

The colour looks lile texasyellow to me. Odd, that it's a basic version :think: I thought, for UK, resp. as RHD-versions Volkswagen had not offered poverty-spec trim lines. At the K 70, built at the time time, it was so.

dsl SX

2013-05-23 21:42

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Sandie wrote 4:
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Fake sign - the A9 has no direct signs for Aberdeen or John O'Groats because it doesn't go anywhere near Aberdeen and tops at Thurso, not JoG.

dsl SX

2013-05-23 21:49

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ingo wrote Odd, that it's a basic version

Not necessarily - the 411 LE and then 412 LE sat above it as the glamour options. 1600 was hanging on for the poor people.

ingo DE

2013-05-23 21:56

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No, I mean, that it's the basic version of the 1600, no "L", so no side trims and other jewellery. And then even with the more expensive injection-engine, so the "E". Despite the fact, that these combinations, basic trim line with bigger/stronger engines were very uncommon at VW back then -except in DK due tax reasons-, they even weren't offered in a plenty of export countries, especially not in the more elaborate (in fact cobbled) RHD-version :think:

-- Last edit: 2013-05-23 21:57:22

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