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3/28/20
5:11 PM
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I was thinking that this is a bit like Messrs Panhard & Levassor playing a wax cylinder of horse fart noises on the back of their 1895 contraption.

3/28/20
2:29 PM
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Peak ponton- and it’s one of the first cars in that style.

3/26/20
6:13 PM
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Nope. Every major brand in Yurpland used to have them, but I can’t think of a single one. I guess they survived for a bit because their near identical unglazed panel van versions were quite popular with trades folk, but once they switched to micro / mini vans, that was it.

3/26/20
5:54 PM
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I was wondering: it seems to be a Opel P2 Rekord Caravan, 1960 - 63.

3/24/20
8:11 PM
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Which is perfectly understandable, because early Saabs were also cribbed straight from DKW designs. Technically, Wartburg and 2 stroke Saabs are siblings, and close ones at that.

3/24/20
4:54 PM
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But what is Snørdglen doing in a Dutch car, and what are invited to compare?

3/21/20
12:30 PM
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That Micron Monocar sounds fascinating.

3/20/20
3:01 PM
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So much bonnet, so little windscreen.

3/18/20
1:14 PM
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But the transition period just means losing your seat at the table where the decisions are made. Everything else stays the same. Read more

3/17/20
7:56 PM
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Seems reminiscent of the CKD industries in New Zealand, and to some extent places like Denmark, Belgium and the Netherlands. All gone now, of course. Read more

3/17/20
2:34 PM
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It’s just a whole world out there. Most seem to be dumper beds grafted onto the backs of motorcycles, but some are made into $600 ambulances and whatnot

3/8/20
3:06 PM
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I hope someone remembered to chain him to his tree, because he’ll be on the next flight if not.

3/7/20
2:33 PM
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Sure, just keep an eye on it, yeah?

3/7/20
2:32 PM
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Well, they were wrong. Also: Blazer, Bronco.