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2002 BMW 3 [E46]

2002 BMW 3 [E46] in Macho im Schleudergang, Movie made for TV, 2005 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE

2002 BMW 3 [E46]

Position 00:02:07 [*] Background vehicle

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ingo DE

2012-01-15 13:20

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@rljuna2: :hello: Do you list roadwork-lamps, too?

rjluna2 US

2012-01-15 22:47

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That is interesting with both battery powered amber and red light blinker. :sun:

Here is my comments at Internet Movie Light Bulb Database

Here is the American version of road construction lighted barrier I have it posted at:
[Image: thumb_flasher_40_45.JPG]

ingo DE

2012-01-15 22:54

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By searching for the old version, fueled by petroleum (some were in use in the 70ies, as I remember), I've found this forum of German collectors. With many pics Enjoy it! :) http://www.verkehrsportal.de/board/index.php?showtopic=94117

rjluna2 US

2012-01-15 23:06

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That is really interesting that some people do collect battery powered construction barrier light blinker :wow:

Danke schön, ingo :king:

ingo DE

2012-01-15 23:23

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Oh, there are collectors for everything. Just found this minute, on the search for collectors of police lightbars like Link to "www.sondersignalanlagen.com" (my brother-in-law can orgazine some, if you have the need for it ;) ), I've found this -for you surely great- Flickr-collection: http://www.flickr.com/photos/ampelfreund/with/6266811317/ His name "Ampelfreund" - "Traffic light friend" says everything.

P.S. http://www.sondersignalanlagen.com/ is a complete forum for fans of all kind of special light signal lamps mainly, but not exclusively from the police, and not only from Germany.

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ingo DE

2012-01-15 23:28

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P.S. As it seems on the pic, all the traffic lights, "Ampelfreund" has taken photos of, are his own collection! :wow:

rjluna2 US

2012-01-15 23:32

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If I have to visit to the German forum, I would need to read in German, ingo [Image: warped.gif]

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-01-15 23:33

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@ingo: Ampelfreund has some Ossi traffic lights, but he lists the manufacturer simply as "VEB". :)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ampelfreund/5526553738/in/photostream

VEB is short for Volkseigener Betrieb (people-owned enterprise), and was prefixed to the names of all East German state-owned enterprises.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volkseigener_Betrieb

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ingo DE

2012-01-15 23:37

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@rljuna2: Naah, not neccessary, just click on the headlines and threats, than you can see the pics. This forum is just one of the very many internet-forums anywhere on the world, which are running with the same vBulletin-systematics. So construction and structure are always the same.

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ingo DE

2012-01-15 23:45

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Gag Halfrunt wrote @ingo: Ampelfreund has some Ossi traffic lights, but he lists the manufacturer simply as "VEB". :)
http://www.flickr.com/photos/ampelfreund/5526553738/in/photostream

Maybe I should ask the DDR-car-specialist in my plate-forum, if he knows, what exact VEB has produced the traffic signals. Very probable he would know that.

P.S. I'm not only ignoring the green arrow, as mentioned here, /vehicle_380025-Wartburg-353W-1975.html (I did it again, last August, when we visited my brother-in-law nerby Berlin :) ), I also deny to accept the DDR-style "Ampelmännchen" when I'm pedestrian :o

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