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1975 Audi 50 [Typ 86]

1975 Audi 50 [Typ 86] in Jizda, Movie, 1994 IMDB

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: DE

1975 Audi 50 [Typ 86]

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Weasel1984 PL

2007-12-28 22:59

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Polo or Audi 50? Possible to say?
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atom SE

2007-12-29 01:18

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The green sedan is a Volvo 144 or 244

walter IT

2007-12-29 13:15

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I think 1975 Audi 50, because it has got the chrome strip on the side ;)

Ingo DE

2007-12-29 15:05

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It's impossible to say without the grille and the badge.

@walter: the better equipped Polo's had also chrome strips on the side. Only the basic versions were "naked"

A Polo is more possible, because more Polo's than Audi 50 were produced. At least it doesn't matter, because it was the same car (only the very first Audi 50 had more different parts). Only the chassis-no shows exactly, if it was originally sold as VW or Audi.

We can give a late Christmas-present to Walter and declare it as an Audi 50. He will be happy about every Audi more in this forum. I'm sure ;)

Ingo DE

2007-12-29 15:10

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An early Fiat Rito in the background. The green car left of the Ritmo, it's door-handle looks like Renault for me, what do you think?


And don't forget the 02-BMW for Ralph! It's the red one far on the right, besides the 3-Series. And the bluemetallic car far right in front looks like a 5-Series 1982+ for me.

Ingo DE

2007-12-29 15:14

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Hmm, perhaps I'm wrong. the blue metallic ar seems to be the Argenta.

walter IT

2007-12-29 17:40

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Ingo wrote It's impossible to say without the grille and the badge.

@walter: the better equipped Polo's had also chrome strips on the side. Only the basic versions were "naked"

A Polo is more possible, because more Polo's than Audi 50 were produced. At least it doesn't matter, because it was the same car (only the very first Audi 50 had more different parts). Only the chassis-no shows exactly, if it was originally sold as VW or Audi.

We can give a late Christmas-present to Walter and declare it as an Audi 50. He will be happy about every Audi more in this forum. I'm sure ;)


Thanks a lot Ingo :)

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-12-29 17:44

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And rather than guessing a car why not a adding the Opel KAdett which has the best shape and we know what it is?

antp BE

2007-12-29 17:50

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Maybe because it would not really be worth mentioning? Considering that the pic is already used for another car.

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-12-29 18:01

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If its already used for another car why repeating it then?

Weasel1984 PL

2007-12-29 21:09

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1. Picture is different than the other one.
2. Same generation's Kadett is already listed.

@Ingo - Yes I've mentioned most of these cars, but under other pics.
The blue metalic is Argenta and has its own page.
The green 'convertible' next to the Ritmo indeed reminds an R18.

-- Last edit: 2007-12-29 21:17:35

antp BE

2007-12-29 21:18

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Weasel1984 wrote 1. Picture is different than the other one.

Indeed, but the difference is very small :D

Weasel1984 PL

2007-12-29 21:27

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:D Well maybe gesticulation of this guy isn't especially dynamic, but I did everything what was possible.

-- Last edit: 2007-12-29 21:33:19

Ingo DE

2007-12-30 14:25

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The main thing here is, that there is one more Audi for Walter listed ("Our daily Audi give us today...") :D

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