Cars Strange eastern European cars - can you remember any?

03:25  24 september  2020
03:25  24 september  2020 Source:   autocar.co.uk

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In eastern Europe , the Tatra 603 was precisely the kind of car you didn’t want to see pull up in front of your house in the early hours of the morning because the stately saloon It was developed for the local market and a handful of export markets where buyers held cordial opinions on eastern European cars .

Firstly, it may not be “ strange ” but it is a revelation to a lot of Americans that Europe is not homogeneous, neither a single culture nor a political federation , and, thus, there is no generalization that applies to all of the continent. Thus, the answer would be at least as varied as there are countries

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“ Can you remember any of them exactly?” “I deliver mail to almost four hundred people,” he said by way of answer. “Do you remember when they started?” “Oh, she was getting them already when I started on that route.” “Who had the route before you ?”

A. Belgium has always had a lot more than the faceless administrative buildings that you can see in the outskirts of its capital, Brussels. A number of beautiful historic cities and Brussels itself offer impressive architecture, lively nightlife, first-rate restaurants and numerous other attractions for visitors.

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Speaking to Metro, Nayyar defended the storyline: “I find it quite poignant that the one character that believes in true love so much was the who didn’t, in the end, find it. It’s beautiful!”

Despite his character’s best efforts, Raj was unlucky in love throughout the series’ 12 seasons.

“It doesn’t have to be so formulaic, that’s what I loved about the show. It doesn’t have to be a certain way, you know?” he said.

When asked what his character would be doing today, the actor replied: “Somewhere, these guys [the ensemble cast] are living and having a great life and their adventures are continuing.

“That’s why it was not some big bang ending, you know? Like someone moves and someone dies, or something like that. It was because we’re saying goodbye to the show, but in their lives, they’re continuing on.”

Nayyar added: “I don’t know what Raj is doing. But we have this Hindi word called masti – he’s up to some mischief. So wherever he is, he’s doing some masti!”

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