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Just thought I'd share, because it is slightly more interesting than my Accounting work that I'm studying.

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We get a local channel here, has all sorts of shows from the 60's/early 70's; I watch some of them, see a lot of classics, did see a roundie 2002 on an

episode of Hawaii 5-0 and Columbo

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Technically, it could also be a U.S. model 2500 or 2800. I seem to recall that "Bavaria" was a nameplate stuck on a U.S. model after BMW combined 2500 trim with the 2800's engine, when the 2500 and 2800 names failed to incite a sales riot at U.S. dealers. The Bavaria name only appeared around 1971, whereas the 2500's and 2800's appeared in the U.S. around 1968.

Steve

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Looking at some of those autos in the background, I'd say 2500 or 2800

is a good guess as well. Gotta admit, I watch the classic show TV channel mostly to see the cars; Columbo always catches grief from someone about that Peugeot he drives

Tim

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Screw the Bav. That '65 Ford station wagon behind it is the bomb.

x2(backward seats 3rd row so the kids can suck exhuast one easy way to chill them out)

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The wagon is what the hit man was driving. Farrah Fawcet was in this episode so it was the original cast, all 3 Angels drove Fords, one is a Pinto

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