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Concern 1 year ago
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Ironically FIAT also translates in English as "Fix It Again Tomorrow".
       
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Tourist 1 year ago
b4 it was Nissan it was <Datsun
       
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Bride 1 year ago
Nissan in the 60's was Datsun up until around the 80's.
       
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Zebra 1 year ago
Or "Ferraille Italienne À Trous" which means "Italian scrap with holes"
       
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This one is pretty direct and quite comical if you think about it. Volvo is the first-person conjugation of the Latin word “volvere,” or “to roll.”

Directly translated, “volvo” means “I roll,” the car company says.

 

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