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08-31-2014 07:45 PM
Nigel
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Originally Posted by SchattenHaus View Post
thank you!
And I apologise too for contributing to the threads derailment. There are others here that could answer your questions, but they do not post often.
08-31-2014 06:02 PM
SchattenHaus
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Originally Posted by Nigel View Post
OP, this site was put together by another forum member. Along with other info, it has a good summery of each type, worth a look.

German Shepherd Types - German Shepherd Guide
thank you!
08-31-2014 04:19 PM
Nigel
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Originally Posted by carmspack View Post
okay , the old DDR dogs were simple and easy to keep , tough , rugged hardy dogs -- no candy-butts
So are you implying WGWL are candy-butts? Lol on the car note, seems like I remember lots of Lada's and Volga's running around east Germany, I don't recall seeing many Trabants.
08-31-2014 04:13 PM
carmspack okay , the old DDR dogs were simple and easy to keep , tough , rugged hardy dogs -- no candy-butts
08-31-2014 03:51 PM
alexg And now this thread is a 100% FUBAR. My apologies to the OP.
08-31-2014 03:14 PM
carmspack hey that Trabant could last and last and last -- I have the official Trabant Tee-shirt , and I would have one just for the fun of it.
Lots of young people are in Trabant "trabby" clubs - cars indestructible , not an ounce of luxury , but keep on going . We could make an appointment to meet and discuss what style model and
History In Short

when the DDR wall fell the kids from west German charged to the east to buy Trabants.
They took them to off road races , cross country , crash and bangs , pretty rough stuff - and they kept on going .
08-31-2014 02:07 PM
holland
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Originally Posted by Nigel View Post
Barvarian motor works, they are german.
ok I am crushed I always thought it stood for British-but you are right-German engineering-ugh
08-31-2014 02:01 PM
SuperG
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Originally Posted by alexg View Post
A bullet-proof logic.

Sigh....
That's good to know....because my pooch has been called a "Bavarian Cream Puff" on occasion by others.

SuperG
08-31-2014 01:54 PM
Nigel OP, this site was put together by another forum member. Along with other info, it has a good summery of each type, worth a look.

German Shepherd Types - German Shepherd Guide
08-31-2014 01:44 PM
alexg
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Originally Posted by SuperG View Post
So a Bavarian Cream Puff is German also...??

SuperG
A bullet-proof logic.

Sigh....
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