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2000 Audi S6 C5 [Typ 4B]

2000 Audi S6 C5 [Typ 4B] in A Good Year, Movie, 2006 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE

2000 Audi S6 C5 [Typ 4B]

Position 1:12:00 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Sunbar UK

2009-07-29 10:22

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ingo DE

2009-07-29 10:24

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Audi A 8, my idea. These chromated mirror-houses are a popular and expensive extra (usual for the S 8, as I know) and were very often stolen. So even the dealers mount them off from the cars in their stock and store them in the shop.

walter IT

2009-07-29 13:49

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That's a 2000 Audi S6 C5 (Typ 4B) :love: The first one seen in a (real) movie

Sunbar UK

2009-07-29 14:12

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I can't believe he puts his wellington boots on the bonnet of an Audi! :/

BTW - what would be the French term for wellington boots? :??:

chris40 UK

2009-07-29 16:11

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According to my Oxford/Hachette, simply 'bottes de caoutchouc', i.e. rubber boots :/

Sunbar UK

2009-07-29 16:56

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After some investigation ... The original wellington boot was not made of rubber (vulcanised rubber being a later invention).

The rubber wellington boot was a American-French invention...

"Aigle Wellington Boot. - The Aigle story starts in 1853 when an American, Mr. Hutchinson, chose to go and live in France. As a specialist in rubber, he thought of using this natural material to make boots and ankle boots. At the time France was mainly a rural country and Mr Hutchinon's products quickly met with success amongst farmers and country people glad to discover a product that was waterproof, hard wearing and pleasant to wear."

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