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1969 Renault 16 [R1152]

1969 Renault 16 [R1152] in La course du lièvre à travers les champs, Movie, 1972 IMDB

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: FR — Built in: CA — Made for: CDN

1969 Renault 16 [R1152]

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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Weasel1984 PL

2008-08-14 14:28

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Seen in Canada.

Exiv96 BE

2008-08-16 22:05

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Version nord-américaine 1968 et ultérieure (feux de position latéraux visibles).

DynaMike NL

2012-07-16 14:14

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In this video (at circa 00:05:00) I heard that the 404 and the R16 were built in Montreal in one and the same factory...
Link to "www.ina.fr"

Gamer DE

2015-12-01 15:45

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In that case, we could use a Quebecois flag for "Built in"...

Lateef NO

2015-12-01 15:49

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Quebec is just a province, not a country.

Gamer DE

2015-12-01 15:53

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But we do have a flag for it, my point.

Lateef NO

2015-12-01 15:55

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Where? I can't find it.

Gamer DE

2015-12-01 15:57

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Baube has it, and so does Harlan B. Hollis/PMEntertainmentLives. Isn't it in the car origin list too?

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Sandie SX

2015-12-01 15:59

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Gamer wrote It must be in the car origin list too!


It isn't. Same for Scotland, Wales and England.

Lateef NO

2015-12-01 16:00

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For some weird reason the name appears in the user country list, but not in the car origin list.

Gamer DE

2015-12-01 16:11

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Well, I can understand the USSR, but Quebec?? (If you know what I'm saying)

ingo DE

2015-12-01 16:18

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Lateef wrote For some weird reason the name appears in the user country list, but not in the car origin list.

The whole IMCDb-flag-systematics is weird. Illogical and really wrong.

Baube QC

2015-12-01 16:23

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if so...can we have a Québec flag for 1993-2002 Camaro/Firebird then ?...... and some older GM products ' born' in Ste-Thérese ? Not that i don't want it, would be nice to see but i think its better to keep it CDN as nobody will probably ever search for ' build in Québec '

And what about Hyundai in Bromont ?

-- Last edit: 2015-12-01 16:26:25

DidierF FR

2015-12-01 16:27

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ingo wrote The whole IMCDb-flag-systematics is weird. Illogical and really wrong.
Bah… Why do you say that, ingo? (I do not agree.)

By the way, and about something else, does someone know why the abbreviation for "Canada" is "CDN" (and not, as logically expected, "CND")?

-- Last edit: 2015-12-01 16:29:15

DidierF FR

2015-12-01 16:31

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Baube wrote if so...can we have a Québec flag for 1993-2002 Camaro/Firebird then ?...... and some older GM products ' born' in Ste-Thérese ? Not that i don't want it, would be nice to see but i think its better to keep it CDN as nobody will probably ever search for ' build in Québec '

And what about Hyundai in Bromont ?
It would lead to impose the Ontario flag for the GM products made in the London (Ontario) plant.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-01 16:33:04

Baube QC

2015-12-01 16:37

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and a bunch of Toyota..Honda...Chrysler....Ford..... and a Nova Scotia one for the Volvo that were made in Halifax.... would be a pretty nice mess... that we could make bigger by adding the state flag for the ones made in USA



By the way, did a quick search and CAN is for the country, CDN would stand for canadian ( CanaDiaN )

-- Last edit: 2015-12-01 16:45:12

ElSaxo IT

2015-12-01 16:42

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Sorry, is this a joke, really? So just for Italy we should (create and) add flags for Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto, Trentino Alto Adige, Emilia Romagna, Tuscany, Lazio, Molise, Campania, Basilicata, Apulia and Sicily? Would create only more confusion, let's stick to REAL countries.

Lateef NO

2015-12-01 16:44

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^ I agree.

Gamer DE

2015-12-01 16:45

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I thought at least the old USSRs (like Belarusian SSR) would be reasonable, but based on what I-Denev told me, they seem to have been the Russian states....

Baube QC

2015-12-01 16:59

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on a another note, funny that they were built at the same factory...could understand for Peugeot and Citroen as they are part of the same group but just funny that 2 rivals companies are sharing the same space..

DidierF FR

2015-12-01 17:12

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Baube wrote (…) By the way, did a quick search and CAN is for the country, CDN would stand for canadian ( CanaDiaN )
Ah, merci. (But not merci for your "quick search" that bury me in shame.)

(This explanation sounds strange, anyway, don't you think?)

ingo DE

2015-12-01 17:50

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DidierF wrote Bah… Why do you say that, ingo? (I do not agree.)...

I mean the different German flags. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flag_of_Germany
It's totally wrong, how we use it here.

Baube QC

2015-12-01 18:03

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DidierF wrote Ah, merci. (But not merci for your "quick search" that bury me in shame.)

(This explanation sounds strange, anyway, don't you think?)


As i said, was a quick search, because i don't know where to search ( and didn't knew the answer myself... :D ) so picked up the 1st site with a decent answer ( or at least, what i think is .. )

Yeah, strange .... maybe its not even the good answer...

Baube QC

2015-12-01 18:42

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after searching as liitle bit more , the DN could stand for Dominion ( with C being Canada/Canadian, of course )

DidierF FR

2015-12-01 18:45

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Ah, j'préfère celle-là, Baube. And I'd unconditionally love it, would we have other examples of "DN" after a letter for British colonies marks.

Baube QC

2015-12-01 18:57

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yeah, there is where the idea has a little ' accroc ' why we have DN for Dominion and not the others ?....

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2016-03-12 16:14

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I can't believe I missed this discussion. :(

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