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Carl Gustav, gjengen og parkeringsbandittene, Movie, 1982 IMDB

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  • Játszóterek banditái (Hungary)

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Lateef NO

2011-02-13 02:08

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Lateef NO

2011-02-13 02:50

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More coming in a few hours ... need some sleep.

ingo DE

2011-02-13 11:24

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O.k.
Not enough sleep can cause, that important cars could be disregarded...

Lateef NO

2011-02-13 12:47

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Sorry, no K70s for you this time Ingo. There might be one hiding among a couple of blurred cars... but I'm not going to add them ;) even I have some limitations on what is worth listing.

ingo DE

2011-02-13 12:57

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Hmm, it seems, that there is not even a hidden one. I've checked all the uploaded pics for such details ;)
P.S. Yesterday there was a Norwegian newcomer in my collection. An 1974' Instruktsjonsbok :)

Lateef NO

2011-02-14 10:33

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Ingo, there's something I've been wanting to know, and that is excactly how many K70s were sold in Norway and how many are left? I know about 3 K70s in Norway still existing today of which 2 are imports from Sweden. I've also recently heard a funny story from my father about a K70 ... a girl he knew dumped her boyfriend because he was bragging too much about his new K70 in Mayametallic :p

ingo DE

2011-02-14 20:32

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@Lateef: Link to "pub31.bravenet.com" ;) Maybe the webmaster knows more about the still existing cars. I'll also ask the other Kjell-Arne (there are two Norwegian K 70-owners with this name :) ), the guy, who send me the manuals.
I'm still wondering, if a real perfect 1971' goldmetallic car has survived, which was offered for sale in the early 90ies, a first-hand-car with 30.000 km, which never had seen rain and snow. :??:

And marital-crisises, caused by too much bragging/spending time with K 70, aren't really unknown. The percentage of concerned freaks is about 80-90% :whistle:

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Lateef NO

2011-02-18 11:54

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@ingo: It's interesting that there were that few sold in Norway. I thought there were much more of them :whistle: but compared to the Ro 80, which only sold 36 examples, it's really quite a solid number :) What I do know about the K70, was that it was big publicity around it when it first arrived here in the early 1970s, I've seen quite a few K70 advertisements from old newspapers.

-- Last edit: 2011-02-18 11:56:55

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