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Discussion in 'Station Wagons in the Movies and other Media' started by wagonmaster, Dec 2, 2007.
Haha! Must’ve been the heavy accent
She's got a great band, backing her up:
Quite a few panel deliveries to be seen, as well as a handful of other wagons:
A few wagons, in this one. I can't identify the one in the first photo, though:
Someone converted an Austin 1800 into a panel delivery:
The Wolseley 1800 which was basically the same vehicle. Only more luxurious. It had round guage instrumentation. Wolseley also badged Jaguars:
Swiss authorities have ruled on closing a junkyard which is full of cars just sitting there integrating with the Earth, while trees are growing through many of them. The owner inherited the yard from his dad, way back in 1976 and it seems he wasn't at all ambitious about turnovers. When you see the yard, it shows all the symptoms of hoarder ownership. An auction has been assigned and there are vehicles in there you wouldn't think have landed in Switzerland. I saw a '67 Olds Cutlass or F-85, a Valiant, '56 Belvedere and even a Barracuda. A rotten Camaro went for 900 Swiss Francs. The nutcase even had a split-window VW Beetle which could long have been restored. Plenty of wagons, in there. An old '48 Opel is filmed getting loaded onto a trailer with a Mercedes wagon as tractor:
A documentary of heaps in Cuba. The former dictator's wife's Continental Mark II is even still roadworthy:
This was so cool. I didn’t understand a word of the junk yard bit but I watched it last night until my phone died. Maybe it’s so interesting because I can’t understand what he is saying. So instead of sounding like a hoarder he sounds kind of dignified and intelligent
I had a difficult time, myself, with that Swiss dialect. He tried to sound that smart. But, nobody took him seriously. He tried getting up crowd funding, to replace the polluted dirt under his wrecks estimated to cost one million Francs. But, everyone thought it was nonsense and were rather interested in getting their hands on the junk of which he could have sold decades earlier. He ended up getting 450,000 Francs and then still complained. He then threatened revenge on the communal government, by saying that he will rent the property to Gypsies. Good luck collecting from those types. He'll not only get screwed over from somebody other than himself, for a change. But, will have to sanitize the property once again, judging by the filth that crowd religiously leave behind their encampments. His dad would have been better off selling the entire junkyard and then using some of that money to get his son's head done without a bullet, if possible
A short kind of silly film with a couple wagons in it spotted:
Sort of like y'all and us, huh?
Plenty of wagons to be seen, in this Mercedes commercial for their automatic transmissions.
Schalten, Schalten, Schalten...
Schalten = shifting
ohne = without (without shifting, in the following case)