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garco NL

2012-11-14 21:27

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Watched episode 1, seems a nice series...
More to come...

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-11-14 21:50

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When is the story set? With the only non-COMECON vehicle being a classic Mustang, it's not obvious. :)

garco NL

2012-11-14 22:06

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1980. East-Berlin.

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garco NL

2012-11-15 20:09

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Ep1:
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ingo DE

2012-11-15 20:12

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garco wrote Ep1:
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The Barkas is worth to mention. It's one of the surviving original prisoner-transporters.

garco NL

2012-11-15 21:09

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Ep 2:
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kegare JP

2012-11-15 21:18

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Horch or a later IFA.

Andre Malraux RO

2012-11-16 18:39

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garco wrote 1981. East-Berlin.


Link to "upload.wikimedia.org" You can see a Dacia 1310 among all these Trabies. ;)

chicomarx BE

2012-11-16 19:15

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You needed connections to get a blue one. Even a Saab 900 there.

ingo DE

2012-11-16 19:28

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The Saab is for sure a Western visitor. Until now I haven't heard anything about just a single Saab running in the DDR before The Wall felt down. I've asked the Western-car-in-the-DDR-specialist for that and he asked his friends, too - nothing at all.

@Andre: only the Dacia Sadan was available in the DDR, never the Break. And always only in the poverty-spec trim line wit the smallest engine.

A time ago in one classic car magazine there was a pic of a hearse, around 1977 selfmade by a small private coachbuilder around Dresden on basis of a Dacia 1300.

Andre Malraux RO

2012-11-16 20:11

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The production of the break started in 1973 (the sedan in 1969, in the same time with R12). Not many were produced until 1983, when 1300's production ended. Today, they are very, very rare. Not more than 10 in the whole country. I photographed one, this summer, in Bucharest (and many other eastern and western classic cars, I will open a topic on the forum).

BTW: Link to "www.fusselblog.de" .

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garco NL

2012-11-17 22:58

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Ep 3:
An older Lada?
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ingo DE

2012-11-17 23:10

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yes

garco NL

2012-11-19 11:35

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Aaah what a pitty, I watched 6 episodes, never seen a Western thing, only GDR-stuff, but in episode 5, they made a mistake.... :(

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Andre Malraux RO

2012-11-19 16:46

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garco wrote Ep 3:
An older Lada?
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Lada 1200. Not older than this one: /vehicle_550424-Lada-1200-2101-1974.html . ;)

Gimmeyourallmoney! PL

2012-11-19 19:49

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Gag Halfrunt, it depends for who.

andrepa DE

2013-09-17 21:19

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S 2 Ep 7: finished, thank you!

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