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Mercedes-Benz E-Klasse

License plates of Spain, 1971 year series

Gran Canaria
Interesting limousine version 240D V123

taxicab

Extra information

  • MERCEDES-BENZ 240-D
  • Registration: 30/08/1988
  • Fuel: DIESEL

Comments (3)

m-ast 2019-01-02 22:54:02 | #1

Great spot, for sure Canary Island has the oldest taxis working nowadays in Spain, those W123 are indestructible, and this long wheelbase unit is really curious

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aixam 2019-01-03 14:59:49 | #2

m-ast (2019-01-02 22:54:02)

m-ast

I noticed that many of the taxis were quite old, many cars from the 80's and some even from the 70's I believe. But otherwise I have to say the non-taxi passenger cars there were pretty new! I think the oldest cars were in daily service was one Renault 4, one Corsa A and 2 Seat Marbellas.
But the trucks were old! I saw an old Hino truck from around the early 80's, it was a funny sight. I haven't seen one since I was a kid!

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m-ast 2019-01-03 18:42:40 | #3

aixam (2019-01-03 14:59:49)

aixam
m-ast

I noticed that many of the taxis were quite old, many cars from the 80's and some even from the 70's I believe. But otherwise I have to say the non-taxi passenger cars there were pretty new! I think the oldest cars were in daily service was one Renault 4, one Corsa A and 2 Seat Marbellas.
But the trucks were old! I saw an old Hino truck from around the early 80's, it was a funny sight. I haven't seen one since I was a kid!


Yes, it's true, the biggest amount of cars in the islands are rentals so obviously new cars, otherwise the Canary Islands has a very fond motorsport passion, so there are many classic cars and competiton ones but only used in events motsly I suppose

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