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1968 CitroŽn ID 19 Break

1968 CitroŽn ID 19 Break in Turks fruit, Movie, 1973 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: FR

1968 CitroŽn ID 19 Break

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ingo DE

2011-06-10 23:41

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For IMRoadsideEmergencyTelephoneDb: this type is still in use nowadays.

DynaMike NL

2011-06-11 00:25

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Is it? I can't remember having seen one of these last years. I think all have been replaced by teh rabbit version since 1994. Here are three types, from 1994, 1970 (as in the Turks Fruit picture) and 1960: Link to "www.pitchengine.com"

DynaMike NL

2011-06-11 00:32

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And in Holland the "DS 21 Safari" was never called Safari (that's the British name for it), just the French name Break (or Familiale, Ambulance or Commerciale), and only at the very end it was called DS instead of ID. And no way to say what engine it had, so it could be an ID 19, 20, 21 or a (brandnew) DS 23... But I must admit that it has quite probably the 21 engine.

ingo DE

2012-09-14 21:28

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DynaMike wrote I think all have been replaced by teh rabbit version since 1994

It would be fine, if these phone would be in function :p Last Sunday I tried to use one in a real emergency case - there was a wrong-way-driver on my autosnelweg-line :wow: (A7 between Winschoten and Oudeschans). As it was such an unexpected sight, my penny dropped too slow for a photo. I only had the thought "Hmm, something is wrong here. Why can I see the grille of this car? :think: ..." After te car had passed me (fortunately the autosnelweg was nearly empty), I stopped on the right and tried this emergency phone but after several seconds of waiting "...is niet bereikbaar" ... :/ But the carpenter behind me in his Opel Movano already has called the police via mobile phone.
I was mentally too slow even for identifying the car. It was something small, narrow Asian, as a Nissan Note, Opel Agila or so. And the driver ...as somehow expectable... a granny, generation 80+, without showing any kind of reaction...

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