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Ebro Trade Surélevé

Ebro Trade in Ripoux contre ripoux, Movie, 1990 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: ES — Made for: F

Ebro Trade Surélevé

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sixcyl FR

2007-12-04 07:46

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Bravada PL

2007-12-04 08:04

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Gaaaah! Another Talbot Samba!

DIEHARD NL

2007-12-04 08:31

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Nice Samba!

Raul1983 FI

2007-12-04 08:51

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How about that Ebro van ? Didn't know they were sold in France.

blackwalls ES

2007-12-04 09:12

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Yes, it's an Ebro Trade Sobreelevada, the later version of the Ebro/Avia F series. Origin: Spain.

The Samba it's a Samba Sympa, limited edition.

DynaMike NL

2007-12-04 13:09

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I guess in France the high roof version would be called Surélevé...

sixcyl FR

2007-12-04 14:17

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Yes but I've never seen them as Ebro, there were sold as Nissan here

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-12-04 14:21

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DynaMike wrote I guess in France the high roof version would be called Surélevé...


If it wasnt sold officially there i dont think so right? it maight be a spanish van imported from here.

antp BE

2007-12-04 18:29

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sixcyl wrote there were sold as Nissan here

Same here, I "often" see these Spanish Nissan Trade here, but Ebro are much more rare (the only one that I recall having seen had a Spanish plate :D)

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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-12-04 18:35

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Really?

Bravada PL

2007-12-04 22:50

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blackwalls wrote The Samba it's a Samba Sympa, limited edition.


Didn't notice that in the morning, but you're right!

Exiv96 BE

2007-12-04 22:53

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The Ebro van was officielly imported in France in the 80's. I remember a test of it in a truck magazine from that time.

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