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Agustini Le Jeux

Agustini Le Jeux dans Jazzclub - Der frühe Vogel fängt den Wurm, Film, 2004 IMDB

Catégorie : Voitures, Coupé — Origine du modèle : DE

Agustini Le Jeux

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Alessandro58 CH

2011-01-09 14:40

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Agustini was a German tuning specialist, who converted 911 Porsches to C-groupe similar cars. Would say the car above is such a 911 based car.

-- Last edit: 2011-01-09 15:06:31

DynaMike NL

2011-01-09 14:56

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Brrr...

130rapid PL

2011-01-09 15:22

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One bit of sand on road and goodbye front plate! :sun:

ingo DE

2011-01-09 15:40

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And no chance to visit the Drive-throuh-counter of McDonalds or Burger King. Neither a chance to enter the ramps of parking houses, ferry-boats, etc.

But a perfect way to be laughed by the neighbours. Spending a lot of money for ruining any good reputation. O.k., such typical owners had none before anyways...

Lateef NO

2011-01-09 16:00

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That car looks grouchy, maybe a bit sad or exhausted, too.

ingo DE

2011-01-09 16:05

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The very few informations about the company Augustini, I've just found in the www, are saying, that it was a Honda-dealer in the town of Mülheim/Ruhr, who made heavy tune-up of Hondas and Porsche in the 80ies.

It's written, too, that this company doesn't exist any more since many years, so the sticker on the shop-windows above can be fakes.
Very probable, that Helge Schneider, the main actor, director and producer of this movie, is responsible for it. He is well known for his strong local patriotism for Mülheim, and he is also a fan of rare cars and especially classic mopeds.

Alessandro58 CH

2011-01-09 17:35

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ingo a écrit The very few informations about the company Augustini, I've just found in the www, are saying, that it was a Honda-dealer in the town of Mülheim/Ruhr, who made heavy tune-up of Hondas and Porsche in the 80ies.


Little correction: the company's name is Agustini GmbH (not Augustini) and seems to be a real company.
See Link to "www.world-of-911.de"
Their website is "under construction" but there is a phone number indicated . The company seems still to exist somehow.

Some further informations here http://www.automobile.unjoco.de/a-auto-lexikon/agustini-le-jeux.html and here http://www.traumautoarchiv.de/traumautoarchiv.htm
One 911 Turbo based car he called Agustini "Le Jeux" which was presented at the Essen Motorshow in 1985.


-- Last edit: 2011-01-09 18:13:35

Tönz DE

2011-01-09 18:16

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Letter combination WA could indicate it's Mr Wilfried Agustini's personal car, maybe the only one still extisting.

WoodyWoodstock US

2011-01-12 22:52

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ingo DE

2011-01-13 00:03

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Today I've been in the next town Essen, but no time to look at the company in Mülheim. I had a notice-paper with the address with me. Maybe someday later.

mike962 DE

2013-10-07 16:59

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ingo a écrit . Maybe someday later.

any luck Ingo ? :D

mike962 DE

2013-12-20 13:49

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SOLVED !!

by "Pau Pau" at No Grip forum

called Agustini Le Jeux and it's a coupe not race car underneath its a Porsche 930 Turbo


[Image: 930-01.jpg]
http://sportcars-history.com/archives.cfm/category/agustini

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mike962 DE

2013-12-20 13:50

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and news article about this car
[Image: 930-02.jpg]

http://sportcars-history.com/assets/content/930/02/930-02.jpg

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antp BE

2013-12-20 16:13

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If "Le Jeux" is supposed to be French, that's a nice fail: it is either "le jeu" or "les jeux" depending if it is singular or plural (and is meaning "the game").

-- Last edit: 2013-12-20 16:14:16

mike962 DE

2013-12-20 16:16

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model origin germany

Gamer DE

2015-02-03 19:40

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Lateef a écrit That car looks grouchy, maybe a bit sad or exhausted, too.

That, and flabbergasted to me.

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