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Published 13/03/2020 @ 21:02:29, By JB007
@JB: when unsourced, Wikipedia's info should be taken cautiously. Remember that everybody can contribute to WP, including people mistaking in good faith, people thinking that they're "possessing the absolute truth" or, alas, people wanting to act harmfully (if you look at certain articles' history, you'll see that the contributors of WP have often to correct counterproductive changes made "just for fun" :ohwell: ).

Thank you, I’d be more careful in the future. :clindoeil:


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Published 17/03/2020 @ 07:34:50, By eLMeR
There are for now 65 Lenco BearCat in the IMCDb, and among them 49 have "on Ford F-550 Super Duty" as complement. Which is true, according to Lenco itself, but as all BearCat trucks are made on such a basis, and as Lenco don't really promote this part, is this complement really relevant?

Somewhat related question about the "on Ford chassis" used for these 3 BearCat replicas: can the Ford chassis really be identified from these screenshots?

Latest Edition: 17/03/2020 @ 07:36:38
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Published 17/03/2020 @ 08:46:38, By antp
Indeed, that mention is probably not so useful
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Published 18/03/2020 @ 05:34:01, By Ddey65
The Titan Motor Home was made by Champion:
http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_1094873-Titan-1976.html
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Published 18/03/2020 @ 08:17:30, By antp
Not really a "mass change" :wink:
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Published 20/03/2020 @ 11:21:31, By dhill_cb7
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We found out Dodge made a D-100 Panel in Mexico too. I believe it mentioned as Furgon ? Not sure if that applies in this case. Here they are: http://imcdb.org/vehicles_make-Dodge_model-D-100+Furg%F3n.html

We have them as Panel



What do we think about changing the Mexican "panel" to Furgón? Or should we change the Dodge to Panel? They should reflect each other? Or do we leave them as different names?
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Published 20/03/2020 @ 15:06:09, By antp
Depends how they were sold there...
I don't know if they especially have to match
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Published 20/03/2020 @ 22:03:39, By night cub




What do we think about changing the Mexican "panel" to Furgón? Or should we change the Dodge to Panel? They should reflect each other? Or do we leave them as different names?



You really shouldn't change it until you find proof that they were called that, which you have not done/
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Published 21/03/2020 @ 21:21:33, By dhill_cb7
I listened to exiv. I brought it up here to discuss. I used the name as a placeholder so they wouldn't get lost in the plethora of D-Series.
Should we use ambulancia instead? Or just leave the, as D-100? I don't ninja things I bring them up for discussion. @night cub why are you on my back lately? I feel like every little thing I do lately is wrong or not seen as a positive move for the site.

I brought it up to discuss. If we choose to remove the latter part of the name so be it but for these rare birds to get lost in the mix seems rather disheartening.

Consensus? Remove Furgon? Label as Ambulancia? Or just D-100?
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Published 22/03/2020 @ 04:15:37, By night cub
I'm sorry, not trying to be on your back, but generally you should have proof that something was called that name before we go and re-name. I didn't see anything that uses that name in particular and you haven't presented us with any either. I know info on Mexican models is scarce but we should be certain. That's all.
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Published 22/03/2020 @ 06:37:36, By dhill_cb7
I hear you. I took the name out since I cannot locate anymore brochures from the 70s. Except for a 1973 version which does not specify a name for them.

Back to D-100.
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Published 22/03/2020 @ 06:50:00, By night cub
I would keep that name in the extra info line but keep looking for better info if I were you.
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Published 24/03/2020 @ 02:15:34, By Exiv96
Nissan Figaro chassis codes from E-FK10 to FK10.

http://imcdb.org/vehicles_make-Nissan_model-E-FK10.html

As I said in a comment last year, "If we start to put these code prefixes on each japanese car, it'll never end." I've already taken that road for Toyotas - it's quite tricky but we can manage - but I'd rather not do the same for Nissans, at least the mundane, non-Skyline ones.

Here's an example with the 1993 Nissan Laurel, chassis code C34. As seen in this brochure scan, individual versions include E-HC34, E-GC34, E-GCC34, E-GNC34 and KD-SC34.

http://www.wald-licht.com/~oldcar/gazou/93_n_laurel/laurel_22l.jpg

C34 is well enough here. Just as FK10 is well enough for the Figaro, IMHO.
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Published 24/03/2020 @ 08:41:37, By antp
Figaro updated
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Published 24/03/2020 @ 22:39:21, By night cub
Chevrolet Prizm

Should be Origin: Japan
Built In: USA


I corrected all the Geo Prizms, but there are more Chevrolet to fix. All Prizms were made in the NUMMI plant in Fremont, California. They were not made in Canada or Japan, like the Corolla.

http://imcdb.org/vehicles_make-Chevrolet_model-Prizm.html

Latest Edition: 24/03/2020 @ 22:39:41
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Published 25/03/2020 @ 08:24:02, By antp
Done
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Published 26/03/2020 @ 17:36:57, By JB007
For the all vehicles on the page, épisode is "Pilot".
http://www.imcdb.org/movie_10161384-Astrid-et-Raphaelle.html
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Published 27/03/2020 @ 08:42:51, By antp
Didn't I already change these recently to 1.01 ? Why again a change?
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Published 27/03/2020 @ 19:59:38, By JB007
Didn't I already change these recently to 1.01 ? Why again a change?

Here is the thread of discussion regarding this amendment.
For the page "Astrid et Raphaëlle: Puzzle":
http://www.imcdb.org/movie_10161384-Astrid-et-Raphaelle--Puzzle.html
Title is "Astrid et Raphaëlle".
It's a TV Series not TV Movie.
Year is "2019-2020".
And for the all vehicles on the page, épisode is "1.01".
https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrid_et_Rapha%C3%ABlle

In April 2019, it was just a TV movie aired as the pilot of a possible TV-Series. The decision to turn it into a real TV series was taken only some weeks later. So if changes have to be made, the "Puzzle" part should be deleted from the title and the concerned vehicles should be set as "1.00"... as shown in the WP table :smile:
What would be the best? Should we keep it as a separate TV movie page, or should we transform it as TV series page (the 2 first episodes have been aired yesterday evening)?

We might as well put everything together in a series, and for the pilot episode, we might as well put "Pilot" in the episode number as this has already been done.
The first two episodes were broadcast and I’ve already done the vehicles. :clindoeil:

https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrid_et_Rapha%C3%ABlle

And IMDb number is "11950864".
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt11950864/?ref_=tt_ov_inf
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Published 28/03/2020 @ 21:09:36, By antp
ok, updated to 1.00 (as the episode is listed that way on IMDb)
https://www.imcdb.org/movie.php?id=11950864
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Published 28/03/2020 @ 22:05:05, By dhill_cb7
Why are all the Oldsmobile/Chevrolet Alero using weird chassis codes? They used the same body as the Chevrolet Malibu...[GMX130]. Why were they all changed?
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