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#271732 25-May-2020 11:58
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Hi 

 

I can read vaguely but my Japanese is too rusty now...

 

Could someone read it for me pleaaase?? :)

 

 

 

 

Thanks in advance!

 

 


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  #2490985 25-May-2020 12:10
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Well, they seem very excited about the mileage. TWO exclamation marks even.


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  #2490986 25-May-2020 12:11
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ShinyChrome:

 

Well, they seem very excited about the mileage. TWO exclamation marks even.

 

 

Is that the Japanese equivalent of 'yeah, right' ?


 
 
 
 




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  #2490987 25-May-2020 12:16
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elpenguino:

 

ShinyChrome:

 

Well, they seem very excited about the mileage. TWO exclamation marks even.

 

 

Is that the Japanese equivalent of 'yeah, right' ?

 

 

 

 

LOL!

 

 

 

I am more interested in the lower left box with comments... :)


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  #2491020 25-May-2020 13:16
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Might just be the img, but it’s too blurry/compressed to make out the handwriting. Theres one or two remarks about scratches/dents (near door areas?).

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  #2491033 25-May-2020 13:28
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Google translate app almost gets in in live camera view

 

Try it on the original (if this isn't a copy of a copy)

 

I did laugh at one of the top lines translating to 'even if the seller is dead!' 0.o it may have got it slightly wrong.

 

But the last few I've seen, you're onto it. It's the inspectors notes bottom left. And right is classing the various paint markings like rental companies do to you.


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  #2491048 25-May-2020 13:42
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Do you have to cut it out, fold and glue into shape? Some assembly required?





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  #2491639 26-May-2020 10:52
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Oblivian:

 

Google translate app almost gets in in live camera view

 

Try it on the original (if this isn't a copy of a copy)

 

I did laugh at one of the top lines translating to 'even if the seller is dead!' 0.o it may have got it slightly wrong.

 

But the last few I've seen, you're onto it. It's the inspectors notes bottom left. And right is classing the various paint markings like rental companies do to you.

 

 

 

 

HAHA - love it. I have actually done it and I don't think it was that great.... (not as good as the food menus when tried in Japan).

 

I can read something like seat stain etc, some key scratches - but some others with kanji makes it more difficult. Thanks anyway guys

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  #2491685 26-May-2020 11:22
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Insanekiwi:

 

I can read something like seat stain etc, some key scratches - but some others with kanji makes it more difficult. Thanks anyway guys

 

 

No chance of a higher res scan? Looks like it might be hard to read even for someone fluent. As Oblivian said, Google Translate is pretty good when it has a good source to work with.


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