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1977 Audi 100 C2 [Typ 43]

1977 Audi 100 C2 [Typ 43] in Och, Karol, Movie, 1985 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE

1977 Audi 100 C2 [Typ 43]

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Comments about this vehicle

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garco NL

2008-08-24 19:32

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Not worth listing.

antp BE

2008-08-24 21:38

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was maybe quite rare in Poland in that time?

Weasel1984 PL

2008-08-24 21:54

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Well wasn't parked on every corner, but also wasn't so rare. Anyway it takes the bigger part of the pic and is well visible on the thumb. so maybe can stay?

garco NL

2008-08-24 22:47

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Well, it's just my opinion ;)

walter IT

2008-08-25 14:06

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I think classic Audis especially are always worth listing :whistle:

Ingo DE

2008-08-25 17:59

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antp wrote was maybe quite rare in Poland in that time?



Some years later, in Germany the Audi Typ 43 had the reputation to be very popular in Poland. And this was true. So in the mid- to lates 90ies, nearly all Typ 43, you could see over here, had Polish license plate.

garco NL

2008-08-26 07:17

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So it's not rare... :think:

walter IT

2008-08-26 13:15

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... but please don't delete it :(

Ingo DE

2008-08-26 17:34

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garco wrote So it's not rare... :think:


In 1985 it was rare in Poland indeed. Was Audi officially sold there before 1989?

I could be a tourist-car from the West either.

Ingo DE

2008-08-26 17:36

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walter wrote ... but please don't delete it :(


My opinion is the same.


@walter: everything has a price, my supporting, too for sure. You can pay back over here: /vehicle.php?id=121933 ;)

Weasel1984 PL

2008-08-26 17:46

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Ingo wrote

In 1985 it was rare in Poland indeed. Was Audi officially sold there before 1989?

I could be a tourist-car from the West either.

As I wrote you didn't meet them on the streets everyday (well actually the same was even after the 1989), but they were well known. Like for the comecon realities West German cars were imported in quite big numbers during the 1980's. My far family from Starachowice (Star trucks hometown) had one (the C2) in those times. For the 4 y.o. kid its size was monumental - nearly like the gas tanker. And that's why I also want to have it here - it reminds me a small piece of my childhood. ;(

-- Last edit: 2008-08-26 19:43:36

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