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Old 28th March 2009, 15:12   #1
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Some new cars look VERY similar to old classic cars.
Renault Kangoo and Standard Companion are given below.
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Old 28th March 2009, 15:56   #2
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Ya stampro,thats right .it is similar.

why don tyou post more such examples
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Well, I don't agree to it.
IMHO, these are two totally different cars. The Renault is a MUV and the Other car (I dont know which one is it) is probably a station wagon.
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Old 28th March 2009, 19:47   #4
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i cant fine anything similar except for the body style!
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i cant fine anything similar except for the body style!
A nice thread, good one, would love to see some more examples.

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The Renault is a MUV and the Other car (I dont know which one is it) is probably a station wagon.
I thought he did mention the name in his post:

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Renault Kangoo and Standard Companion are given below.
And yes, it is a station-wagon (Brit: estate.)
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Can you please illustrate the points of similarity of the two station wagons from different vintages.
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Old 31st March 2009, 15:50   #8
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I thought he did mention the name in his post:
Sorry Stanher, I somehow missed it, may be I was a bit busy looking at the pics.

Anyways, thanks for pointing it out.
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Smile 2009 Mercedes

Here is the 2009 Mercedes G series looking like a classic car, I wonder Willys Station wagon.
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Here is the 2009 Mercedes G series looking like a classic car, I wonder Willys Station wagon.
Why go to Willys, We have our very own Trax Judo
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Why go to Willys, We have our very own Trax Judo
I wonder why merc should go for Judo straight lines, boxy style, bread box.
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I wonder why merc should go for Judo straight lines, boxy style, bread box.
I saw one of those in Bombay @ 10 years ago. As I remember it, there was not a single straight line in the entire vehicle

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I saw one of those in Bombay @ 10 years ago. As I remember it, there was not a single straight line in the entire vehicle

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You saw the Mercedes G series 10 years ago?
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You saw the Mercedes G series 10 years ago?
Well the G wagen has been around for a long time, since the 70s, if I am not mistaken.


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The 'G' Class has been in production since 1979.

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