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Media RSS Feed Report media Avio Usumacinta - Orban civilian vehicle (view original)
Avio Usumacinta - Orban civilian vehicle
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The-Art-of-War Creator
The-Art-of-War Oct 31 2011, 7:20pm says:

The clowns are getting this as a replacement for their beloved Volkswagons??!

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goudeauboywade Nov 30 2011, 1:51pm says:

This was also a tough one.Avio is talking about the Castle of Sabbionara also known as the Castle of Avio and the word Usumacinta is referring to a in river mexico

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Jack_Hunter Creator
Jack_Hunter Feb 6 2012, 2:42pm replied:

Great, that's all right. Because the Orbans are a tribe of the Atztecs, so I have take a mexican river for the vehicle's name. Very good informated.

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Orban civilian vehicle
Who can tell me the name's origin?

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