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1986 Honda Accord Aerodeck EX 2.0i [CA5]

1986 Honda Accord Aerodeck [CA5] dans Sweet Sixteen, Film, 2002 IMDB

Catégorie : Voitures, Berline à hayon — Origine du modèle : JP — Fabriqué pour : EU

1986 Honda Accord Aerodeck EX 2.0i [CA5]

[*] Véhicule d'arrière-plan

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Sandie SX

2011-01-22 18:34

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Slightly more of the Lada Samara behind in this second shot.

[Image: 283666-Lada_Samara.jpg]

Gomselmash11

2011-01-22 18:35

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Not very common the Samara in the UK, right?

tali UK

2011-01-25 22:41

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GX ?- code name? -Aerodeck are EX or EXi

Sandie SX

2011-01-25 22:43

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"Auto Trader" a écrit Vehicle Registration Number D278EJT
Make / Model HONDA ACCORD AERODECK GX
Colour WHITE

tali UK

2011-01-30 23:49

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Other number plate sites also say GX -i am 99.99% convinced there was no GX
I have checked old price lists no GX and Glasses confirms (link not working it seems)
www.glass.co.uk/SP/CAR/HONDA/AERODECK/HATCHBACK-3-DOORS-%28FROM_01-1989_TO_10-1997%29.html

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dsl SX

2011-01-30 23:57

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I can only find Aerodeck as EX and EXi in late 80s - no trace of GX.

Sandie SX

2011-01-31 00:00

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I assume a typo on the DVLA database then.

I have seen worse. Including a kit car that had the actual make spelt wrong on the registration.

dsl SX

2011-01-31 01:17

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Talking of Aerodecks, does anybody know anything about the design originally being commissioned by Reliant (from Ogle?? or someone else??) as a follow-up to the Scimitar GTE, but being rejected and then bought up by Honda who adapted it to the oily bits of the Accord. There was also a similar rumour about the Citroen BX originally being a Reliant reject.

Sandie SX

2011-01-31 02:50

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If I recall correctly the bit about the BX came up on the forum. I don't know anything of the Honda story though.

See also the 1998 Renault Master originally being a replacement for the Freight-Rover. However, LDV didn't have the money so scrapped the program to just reskin the Freight-Rover to make the Convoy. Renault stepped in and bought the design.

Sandie SX

2011-01-31 02:54

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Here is a pic of the Reliant prototype that inspired the BX: http://forum.imcdb.org/forum_topic-5060-39785-car_game.html#p39785

dsl SX

2011-01-31 03:01

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There was also the Daewoo Matiz, originally a 2 door proposal (by IDEA??) for a Fiat Panda replacement. And Chrysler-Simca rejected Matra's proposal which they then passed to Renault for the original Espace.

tali UK

2011-02-01 00:54

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Sandie a écrit I assume a typo on the DVLA database then.

I have seen worse. Including a kit car that had the actual make spelt wrong on the registration.


Here's one.One of the Press fleet

Vehicle Details1 for registration number RTF610Y

* Make PACIA
* ModelDENEM
* Year of Manufacture 1982
* Engine Size (cc) 1298



-- Last edit: 2011-02-01 00:58:44

Exiv96 BE

2018-07-23 05:04

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dsl a écrit
Talking of Aerodecks, does anybody know anything about the design originally being commissioned by Reliant (from Ogle?? or someone else??) as a follow-up to the Scimitar GTE, but being rejected and then bought up by Honda who adapted it to the oily bits of the Accord.


I don't believe it. Why would Honda go through the hassle of buying an external design and adapt it to the CA Accord, when they already have a hatchback that looks a bit like a modern shooting brake : the 1984-87 Civic hatchback. Someone at Honda may have been inspired by ye olde Scimitarre GTE when designing the Accord Aerodeck, but suspecting more than that would be close to a conspiracy theory, IMHO.

dsl a écrit
There was also the Daewoo Matiz, originally a 2 door proposal (by IDEA??) for a Fiat Panda replacement.


You're thinking about the ItalDesign Lucciola. It wasn't a proposal for a Panda replacement, but rather Giugiaro's entry for an italian design showcase set up by Fiat for the launch of the Cinquecento, in late 1991. Eight design studios and coachbuilders were selected, including the usual suspects (Pininfarina, Bertone, ItalDesign, Zagato, I.DE.A) but also lesser known names such as Stola, Coggiola and Boneschi. Some entries looked rather meh, as if they gave the job to a trainee : a covertible here, a beach pickup there, and a mini taxi. By all accounts, the Lucciola was the most interesting, and production-compatible proposition.

Here's an article about the entries : Link to "thethinkersgarage.com"

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