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Old October 11th, 2009, 03:06 AM   #81
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The original and the replica...

American made hummers.




Philippine-made hummers



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Old October 18th, 2009, 08:44 AM   #82
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walang suporta ng gobyerno
dati ang china gaya-gaya lang pero ngayon may sarili na silang teknolohiya,makina,sasakyan
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Old October 18th, 2009, 10:54 AM   #83
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China na ang may ari ng hummer ngayon, sila na ang mag produce.
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Old October 18th, 2009, 01:05 PM   #84
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Anybody here remember Atendido Parejo? The Atendido Brothers won the bid to manufacture vehicles for the government and yet the contract, through some corrupt maneuverings by some people, was awarded to Mitsubishi and that prompted Atendido to just go ahead and make the SUV anyway and named it Parejo which was almost similar but only a few inches shorter than the Pajero. I thought the break through was a big leap for the local vehicle manufacturing industry and that other manufacturers will follow suit. Kung may pictures tayo diyan ng Parejo ****-post naman po. Thanks.
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Old October 18th, 2009, 03:22 PM   #85
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Anybody here remember Atendido Parejo? The Atendido Brothers won the bid to manufacture vehicles for the government and yet the contract, through some corrupt maneuverings by some people, was awarded to Mitsubishi and that prompted Atendido to just go ahead and make the SUV anyway and named it Parejo which was almost similar but only a few inches shorter than the Pajero. I thought the break through was a big leap for the local vehicle manufacturing industry and that other manufacturers will follow suit. Kung may pictures tayo diyan ng Parejo ****-post naman po. Thanks.
Yes, I remember vividly the Atendido Parejo and the famous Pinoy AUV brands before starting with FMC's Anfra, Carter AUV, Castro AUV, Panther AUV and of Course Atendido--the glory days of Pinoy and local auto manufacturers.

Sana, maulit uli because that era (Cory Aquino) brough pride and of course employment to many Pinoy auto workers.

Ngayon, naghihingalo na auto industry because of the almost dead Pinoy auto manufacturing and the rise of Japanese, Korean and Chinese assemblers/importers, local employment and technology transfer came to a halt.

In my opinion, I firmly believe that its a must to build a strong auto manufacturing base (not necessary build an indigenous 100% Pinoy car) because transportation is crucial in development.

Although, rumors are flying that my favorite proudly Pinoy brand Anfra will be resurrected with a new design and platform, I also want to see even foreign cars in the Philippines should use at least 70% local content because of the multiplier effect (just like Thailand and Indonesia is doing. malaysia is different becaue she has her own Proton and Perodua brands) i.e. technology transfer, employment, income...
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Old October 18th, 2009, 03:33 PM   #86
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walang suporta ng gobyerno
dati ang china gaya-gaya lang pero ngayon may sarili na silang teknolohiya,makina,sasakyan
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China na ang may ari ng hummer ngayon, sila na ang mag produce.
Paano kayo kung ang PInas suportahan ang local fabricators kahit hindi sa pera example tax perks and tariff shield (as pioneer industry).

Just imagine kahit walang pakialam ang gobyerno, there are still brave Pinoy investors who keep on fighting ..i.e. AMC (Alana's Hummer), PHUV, INc (-e-jeepneys, e-bikes with), MDJUan (jeep replicas), Blaze and MCX (local motorcycles), Almazora and Centro (AUV and Bus bodies), StaRosa, Almazora and DelMonte (Bus bodies)...

Of course the heroic Iloilo Passad makers, jeepney assemblers, Pampanga's XLT makers and Cavite owner type jeep and hummer/humvee makers.

Somebody maybe Villar or Noynoy or Chiz, whoever will win the 2010 election should help vband together these local companies and help them compete with foreign carmakers lording it over our country.

Hostage kasi tayo ng foreign companies. What happen after Ondoy, shows are helplessness to replace damaged parts of destroyed vehicles with local parts that are readily available and cheaper. Its ironic, one of our largest exports is auto components and even complete car ( Ford) and yet, we have to wait for parts abroad just to repair our cars...

Hay Pilipinas, gimising ka!
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Sir jpdm gising po tayo pero marami sa atin ayaw bumangon . Parang dumadaloy pa sa ugat ng ibang kababayan natin ang dugo ni JuanT. Meron na ngayong modernong katauhan si JuanT. Yan si Juan Tanggap. Marami sila at sila ang sumisira at humaharang sa pag-asenso ng Pilipinas at kabilang na diyan ang local auto industry natin.
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Anong sabi nyo, Alana Motors?
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Old October 19th, 2009, 03:54 AM   #89
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Sir jpdm gising po tayo pero marami sa atin ayaw bumangon . Parang dumadaloy pa sa ugat ng ibang kababayan natin ang dugo ni JuanT. Meron na ngayong modernong katauhan si JuanT. Yan si Juan Tanggap. Marami sila at sila ang sumisira at humaharang sa pag-asenso ng Pilipinas at kabilang na diyan ang local auto industry natin.
Agree.

sayang e..we have what it takes except no one is putting money and effort to support the real local/native auto industry.

Kung ayaw ng Japanese o Korean na tulungan tayo..why not get some technology from fast rising India (TATA, Maruti and Mahindra) or China (Geely or JAC)...

On the other hand, again, dapt mag-unite ang mga local fabricators and set a particular standard...pool their resources and buy certain machineries that they can use collectively...

bahala na lang silang lagyan ng kani-kaniyang trademarks...

ala- toll manufacturing ba..
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Old October 20th, 2009, 02:15 AM   #90
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Puerto Prinsesa e-jeepney

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Insofar as the passad jeepneys are concerned, they have been under the hill unlike before due to the imposed sanctions in providing new franchises at LTFRB Region 6. There is a moratorium for new jeepneys, ergo the demand decreases. They are reliant much on the transfer of franchise from an old jeepney to a new one.
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Insofar as the passad jeepneys are concerned, they have been under the hill unlike before due to the imposed sanctions in providing new franchises at LTFRB Region 6. There is a moratorium for new jeepneys, ergo the demand decreases. They are reliant much on the transfer of franchise from an old jeepney to a new one.
What they can do now is reconfigure the passad and make more like a family vehicle to sell...
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The original and the replica...

American made hummers.




Philippine-made hummers



Parang orig at american made un Philippine made hummers! Galing! Kung nakikita lang ng gobyerno natin ang potential ng skills ng mga pinoy. Sure ball na maraming trabaho ang magagawa nyan...

Gusto ko ng hummer..or better yet..A Military Humvee! Tindi kasi traffic sa metro manila eh
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Looks like crap!
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Old October 21st, 2009, 05:20 AM   #96
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What they can do now is reconfigure the passad and make more like a family vehicle to sell...
I have to agree on you about that...but one thing about Ilonggos is that they would prefer to buy a car than passad which has ingrained to the mentality that it is indeed a public utility vehicle...a private vehicle turned public.

But anyway, your suggestion is good. However, we have to wait for the demand. I also do heard the decreasing sales of owner-type jeeps in this decade.
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Old October 21st, 2009, 05:24 AM   #97
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Looks like crap!
Which one the the paint work?
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Old October 22nd, 2009, 05:59 PM   #98
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Which one the the paint work?
Not sure what make it look like a crap, could be the paint work or the whole thing. Oh well, i can only dream that these electric jeepneys will finally be put in good use for tourism purpose only, away from public use, or atleast not to be used on national roads and major cities in the philippines.

Place them in rural areas with organized jeepney-routes and with automatic ticketing systems, or have them use to shuttle people to different tourist spots.
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Old October 23rd, 2009, 01:49 PM   #99
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PUJ WASHINGTON-BELAIR VIA BUENDIA


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Old October 24th, 2009, 01:27 AM   #100
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papuntang junkshop
pininturahan man lang sana

di na nila ma-maintain, basta lang mapa-andar ok na sa kanila
napabayaan na rin siguro yung upholstery nyan(upuan at bubong)
KAYA HINDI NILA INAAYOS YUNG MGA JEEPNEY NILA PARA IWAS KOTONG...DI SILA MASISITA KASI MUKHA SYANG POOR
paano kaya pag nakita yan ng mga turista?


yan ang dapat nang inaalis sa mga kalsada natin
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