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1978 FSO Polonez [B01]

1978 FSO Polonez [B01] in Kobieta i kobieta, Movie, 1979 IMDB

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: PL

1978 FSO Polonez [B01]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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Weasel1984 PL

2011-03-27 19:14

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[Image: pol1.3.jpg] [Image: pol2.1.jpg] [Image: pol3.1.jpg] [Image: pol4.jpg] [Image: pol5.jpg] [Image: pol6.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2012-02-27 20:16:41

karoomay SY

2011-03-27 19:51

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Kind of looks like a VW Dasher :p
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ingo DE

2011-03-27 20:56

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The front lamps are indeed identical ;) Same size, same assemblage, just different makers. And available in different versions (Bilux, H1, H4, the 1989+ BMW-version -I don't know its name, etc.pp )
Here two other cars with them: [Image: 1819a.4615.jpg]

Weasel1984 PL

2011-03-28 15:51

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Few not original details, but nice 125p. Originally from West or East Germany? Perhaps second one.

ingo DE

2011-03-28 19:44

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No idea. Maybe from the DDR, as these mud-(or diarrhoea-)tone colours were more sold there. For the capitalistic customers COMECON-made cars were often a bit better styled.
The strangest item at this car was the little sign, written by the owner in the windows "Yes, you are allowed to touch this car". Impossible at any other classic car (and owner!).

blinski PL

2013-04-14 21:33

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Both VW Dasher (Passat) and FSO Polonez were designed by Italdesign and the same touch of the 70's Italian design can be found in many cars of the decade.

Thea SE

2017-05-24 23:23

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ingo wrote The front lamps are indeed identical ;) Same size, same assemblage, just different makers. And available in different versions (Bilux, H1, H4, the 1989+ BMW-version -I don't know its name, etc.pp )
Here two other cars with them: [Image: 1819a.4615.jpg]



Hey, hey, pardon me, wait a minute.... did I just misunderstand, or did Lada and ROLLS-ROYCE, in the 70s, use the same headlapms? :wow:

Gamer DE

2017-05-24 23:25

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That's an FSO 125, not a Lada. ;)

Thea SE

2017-05-24 23:38

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Gamer wrote That's an FSO 125, not a Lada. ;)

Yet it's "equal" to a Lada, and that's the pure opposite to a Rolls.
So it would be quite funny if the headlamps from the FSO could be used as spare parts for a Silver Shadow... :)

johnfromstaffs EN

2017-05-25 13:32

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The 7 inch single, and 5 inch twin sealed beam units were a standard and would possibly have been controlled by legislation in some countries. There would be nothing exceptional about them being a common part found on cars from Lada to Lamborghini.

ingo DE

2017-05-30 08:24

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Thea wrote So it would be quite funny if the headlamps from the FSO could be used as spare parts for a Silver Shadow... :)

They can, the size and the connectors are identical. If you buy them at an aftersales market dealer, even the cardbord-box is identical.

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