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Italian translation: Macchina blu con tetto bianco

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English term or phrase:White over Blue
Italian translation:Macchina blu con tetto bianco
Entered by: Massimo Gaido
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18:07 Jan 15, 2003
English to Italian translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Automotive / Cars & Trucks / cars
English term or phrase: White over Blue
This is mr.XXx's car, in "White over Blue"

significa all'origine era bianca?
come so rende al meglio?
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Local time: 13:40
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Explanation:
SI tratta di una macchina bicolore, bianco su blu. In genere tetto (ed a volte cofano) bianco e resto blu.
Macchina blu con tetto bianco.


First and Second Place in the A Feature
These two cars finished first and second in the A Feature at Winfield, Kansas, on Labor Day, September 7, 1953. Standing, left to right: Al Williams, owner of the second place car #51; Ralph Lowry, driver of car #51; Bill Mears, driver of the winning car #10; and Paul Kammerer. All four men were from Wichita, Kansas. The #10 car was a white over blue 1932 Ford sedan – Ralph Lowry collection
http://winfield.50megs.com/Cowley/7Sep53.htm
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Massimo Gaido
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Local time: 06:40
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Explanation:
SI tratta di una macchina bicolore, bianco su blu. In genere tetto (ed a volte cofano) bianco e resto blu.
Macchina blu con tetto bianco.


First and Second Place in the A Feature
These two cars finished first and second in the A Feature at Winfield, Kansas, on Labor Day, September 7, 1953. Standing, left to right: Al Williams, owner of the second place car #51; Ralph Lowry, driver of car #51; Bill Mears, driver of the winning car #10; and Paul Kammerer. All four men were from Wichita, Kansas. The #10 car was a white over blue 1932 Ford sedan – Ralph Lowry collection
http://winfield.50megs.com/Cowley/7Sep53.htm

Massimo Gaido
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Local time: 06:40
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