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Discussion in 'General Station Wagon Discussions' started by OrthmannJ, Jan 19, 2010.
must be Praha, and the crashed BMW has a Viennese licence plate, my hometown
You are correct. Additional info with the photo does mention the Civil Defense bus.
The sedan delivery is definitely a '57 Chevy, not a Pontiac.
That's what I thought at first, until I caught a closer look and noticed a written emblem across the hood and an absence of both cast jets. From what I can see from the grille, it also resembles that of a Pontiac. That's just my impression
Yeah, the Skoda truck as well as the Skoda car are proof. I initially was guessing Budapest, until you pointed it out.
I used to see plenty of accidents in former Yugoslavia involving tourists who didn't bother adjusting to foreign roadways. In the early days, things were even worse, because there was only a two-lane road crossing the entirety of that country
I can't recognize what's parked on the far right. It looks like it's built as a four eye. But, featured as a two eye for states which didn't yet allow double headlights.
The Dutch bought American cars, well into the eighties
It's the Dodge version of that style of Chrysler car, IIRC.