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Old 1st August 2008, 17:31   #1
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Default Subaru Advertising: AMAZING!

Don't have any information about it, just the picture. In my opinion the pictures speaks for itself.
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Old 1st August 2008, 18:35   #2
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An ad agency's dream. An advertiser's dream. A literal attention grabber.

Wow!!! Wow!!!
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Old 1st August 2008, 18:38   #3
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Oh man, thats awesome! Punchline is apt! Middle east?
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check out the wheel well gaps of the cars stuck - the wheel sizes are smaller - confusing - how did they do it?

middle east?? - i doubt - check out the truck's regn number.

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it looks like UK Plates. but its a LOVELY advert! and the truck can just drive around- will gain more popularity than a hoarding at heathrow.
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check out the wheel well gaps of the cars stuck - the wheel sizes are smaller - confusing - how did they do it?

middle east?? - i doubt - check out the truck's regn number.
I think its just that the gaps appear larger as the car is hanging upside down from its suspension and maybe thats why the wheels look smaller?
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We have seen cars being hung upside down on a few airports, especially Mercedes Benz's having the same catchline almost. Nothing new.
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AutoCult Gallery - It sticks to the road
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check out the wheel well gaps of the cars stuck - the wheel sizes are smaller - confusing - how did they do it?

middle east?? - i doubt - check out the truck's regn number.

Good observation about the varying wheel size !!!! Surely a great attention grabbing advertisement !!!!



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Have to wonder how that section of the trailer that carries all 6 cars on the truck can withstand such immense pressure. Its possible that the cars under have no engines and other equipment.

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Have to wonder how that section of the trailer that carries all 6 cars on the truck can withstand such immense pressure. Its possible that the cars under have no engines and other equipment.
Absolutely correct. Plus one see those cross sections also on which the cars are suspended.
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That is a brilliant idea. Suba glue !!
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That is a brilliant idea. Suba glue !!
And that Sir, is an outstanding pun.
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Have to wonder how that section of the trailer that carries all 6 cars on the truck can withstand such immense pressure. Its possible that the cars under have no engines and other equipment.
These Impreza have the Anti-Gravity option and all wheel drive. They also put helium in the tyres.

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And that Sir, is an outstanding pun.
Note the vertical writing on the rear pillar of the truck trailer. But it is an outstanding pun!

Most of this model Subaru are sold with All Wheel Drive option. Subaru has a good reputation for reliability and performance in North America and world wide. Too bad they are not manufacturing in India.

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The ad agency would have got their pay check the same day the people at Subaru saw this!

Absolutely stunning. I guess maruti could do that too with the M800 as it is so light, no need of taking out the engine and stuff also
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