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Metro - A British Car To Beat The World, Documentaire, 1980

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Weasel1984 PL

2014-04-15 20:51

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Some info - released on DVD

[Image: 0kom.jpg] [Image: 0kom2.jpg]

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rjluna2 US

2014-04-15 22:41

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Weasel1984 a écrit [Image: 0kom2.jpg]

Looks like punch card reader on the left side from the terminal.

electra225 IT

2014-04-15 22:55

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Sorry to point out that, but the title sounds a but pathetic, knowing what happened to the Leyland group soon after.

johnfromStaffs EN

2014-04-15 23:02

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rjluna2 a écrit
Looks like punch card reader on the left side from the terminal.


I've spent many an hour sorting collating and feeding 80 column punched cards into various equipment.

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ElSaxo IT

2014-04-15 23:33

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electra225 a écrit Sorry to point out that, but the title sounds a but pathetic, knowing what happened to the Leyland group soon after.

Well, the title is quite unfortunate indeed, but at least the commercial weren't so terrible too. :p http://youtu.be/bqRSwStYJF8

Weasel1984 PL

2014-04-15 23:48

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Good idea with this fake fox...

electra225 a écrit Sorry to point out that, but the title sounds a but pathetic, knowing what happened to the Leyland group soon after.

After all, wasn't it better decade than the previous one? The company changed its organization, Leyland broke up, but at least their 1980s personal/popular cars again started to be more competitive IMO.

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ElSaxo IT

2014-04-16 00:27

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Weasel1984 a écrit Good idea with this fake fox...

This is even worse :D http://youtu.be/fnZ3GatMcIw It promotes also a competition with possibility of to win a new Metro every week. :lol:
Don't know how much sold here (not many models anyway), also because if I'm not wrong exactly in 1982 Fiat started to sold the new Panda, which has been very successful, and don't think that English cars were well known by the Italian public (with the exception of Mini and Clubman).

rjluna2 US

2014-04-16 01:55

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johnfromStaffs a écrit I've spent many an hour sorting collating and feeding 80 column punched cards into various equipment.

Sounds like you are from a really old school computer group. I did played with the punch card typewriter when I was three years old :D

Alessandro58 CH

2014-04-16 08:52

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There were also successfull rally versions of the Metro. Here one example:
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sixcyl FR

2014-04-16 20:31

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What car race did they win?

Weasel1984 PL

2014-04-17 22:33

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Not so successfull to win :D :
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metro_6R4#MG_Metro_6R4_rally_car
Though next to the turbo monsters of this era, still maybe not that bad for what it had under the hood.

ElSaxo a écrit
This is even worse :D http://youtu.be/fnZ3GatMcIw...

In fact, I find this one more timeless - from the choreographic point of view.
Interesting why the car hasn't transparent headlights. :think:

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