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1973 Fiat 124 Station Wagon 3a serie [124AF]

1973 Fiat 124 Station Wagon [124AF] in The Sandbaggers, TV Series, 1978-1980 IMDB Ep. 1.02

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: IT — Made for: USA

1973 Fiat 124 Station Wagon 3a serie [124AF]

Position 00:46:00 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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dsl SX

2013-05-26 03:04

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[Image: s1e246-00124estate.jpg]
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Another filmed in Leeds-pretending-to-be-Vienna, and more pictures in comments at /vehicle.php?id=599517 . LHD, sidemarkers, headrests so normal US-spec? But does the late grille match the smaller bumpers? Looks as if the bumper has been fitted over the normal European minor lights - was it normally that crude? What name to use - (station) wagon/estate??

-- Last edit: 2013-05-26 04:43:32

karoomay SY

2013-05-26 05:05

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It also has a USA spec license plate holder in the rear.

carobserver MX

2013-05-30 18:09

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showing some rust in the front right sidemarker........

ingo DE

2013-05-30 18:24

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terribly faked wannabe-German plates. Plus one more queerness: it's a totally strange sight to see a Wolfsburg-plate on a non-Volkswagen-rooted car :D The percentage of VW-group cars is still over 90% there.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2013-05-30 20:32

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@ingo: Back in 1978 the easiest way to get good photos of West German plates was probably to look in car magazines, which of course would lead you to VW press fleet cars.

ingo DE

2013-05-30 20:52

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@Gag: of course. But here they didn't took an usual combination of the VW-company cars. There was no "F" issued before 1992.
One time VW has changed a faked plate on PR-photos. There was a K 70 with DU-CE ... at first. Later it was retouched to DU-CF ... Probably to avoid irritations on the Italian market. :D

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