There is a special dog window in this car from Moldova (Moldavia).
D (Deutsch) is for Germany
No, MD stands for Maryland. I actually saw this car in east Baltimore a few weeks ago. I hope the dog doesn’t cut itself on the glass.
Those stickers can mean many things, but I doubt a european car would be rockin a MD (Maryland) sticker.
YOUR KILLIN ME!
Yeah we sure have Opels in America!!
Actualy they are a good car, they should import them here.
How much is that doggy in the window?
He probably means the picture was taken in Moldavia not that the car was from Moldavia???
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If you look closely at the actual license plate of the car (and not the sticker), it’s got an MD and the Moldovan crest. You might have to zoom in a bit–it’s to the left of the C. Also, the sticker on the other side is MD as is the car next to it. The owner probably just threw the ‘D’ sticker on there so they could pretend they were somewhere else besides Moldova.
Also, it looks like they are parked near the central cemetery Chisinau, but I could be totally wrong about that.
German plates have numbers and letters differently and they should have the inspection tags in the middle of the plate. The owner of that car probably bought the car from Germany and left the D-sticker on it. And the german text under the plate is not in the plate, but in a piece under the plate.
These are german plates. Check the reference to Lossburg ( http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Lossburg,+germany) beneath the plate. Not forgetting the C stands for Chemnitz ( http://www.olavsplates.com/germany.html), a city I like 🙂
The word Lossburg is only on the plastic frame which holds the number plate. The car was bought in Germany, therefore the german ad on the frame and the German country sign D. Now it is in Moldowa, thus MD. More specifically it is in Chisinau. You can even see the Moldovan national symbol left of the C on the number plate.
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On the left car there is even the Moldovan national sign right of the C for Chisinau.
What breed of dog is that, it must be really strong to be able to smash a car window like that, i crashed my car once and i hit the window but it didnt break.
The car was imported from Germany.
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