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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 08-31-2014, 02:13 AM Thread Starter
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west german vs east german working lines?

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May work better if you start with what you like/want. Temperament? Looks? Goals?

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This will not help, but I always wanted to post this:

West Germany (BRD) = Mercedes, BMW, Porshe ... and more

East Germany (DDR) = Trabant

So....

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Porshe is West Germany-I thought BMW was British and what is a Trabant
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An East German and Russian manufactured POS that was supposed to be 'the people's car'. The waiting list was years long and most families could not afford one.

BMW is headquartered in München, Bayern.

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the volkswagon was also the peoples car-my Westie hated volkswagons-must have been the sound of the engine-but he would carry on when he heard one
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-I thought BMW was British
Barvarian motor works, they are german.
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Porshe is West Germany-I thought BMW was British and what is a Trabant
Wow!
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Barvarian motor works, they are german.

So a Bavarian Cream Puff is German also...??

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If you bought it in Bayern it is.

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