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1986 Honda Accord LX [CA]

1986 Honda Accord [CA] in Fatal Attraction, Movie, 1987 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: JP — Made for: USA

1986 Honda Accord LX [CA]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-05-05 19:06

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coopey ES

2007-05-05 19:15

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:love:

datsunZ IT

2007-05-05 20:22

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Not an Acura Integra???(recall that Brand debuts on US market around 1986 such a car like that with concealed headlights--a nose inspired by the sporty Prelude EX)

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-05-05 22:31

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no, the name is seen in another scene where the rear is shown :)

carobserver MX

2007-05-06 05:20

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So newer car for the year of the movie, and was crashed. This is really a high budget movie

qwerty_86 US

2007-05-06 06:52

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'86-'89 Honda Accords came with pop-up headlights in the US. They had composite lights in Europe.

Kowalski

2007-11-09 02:28

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carobserver wrote So newer car for the year of the movie, and was crashed. This is really a high budget movie


Product placement, perhaps.



G-MANN UK

2007-11-09 02:50

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Do film studios ever buy a brand new car at full price to use in a movie? I think they usually rent them, or they make a product placement deal with the company and get supplied cars for free.

Kowalski

2007-11-09 13:13

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G-MANN wrote Do film studios ever buy a brand new car at full price to use in a movie? I think they usually rent them, or they make a product placement deal with the company and get supplied cars for free.


Paul Verhoeven decided the then very new Ford Taurus would be the police car used by Robocop. Ford refused to sponsor the film, so the production had to buy all the Tauruses used in the film and modify them.

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Enho AR

2009-03-28 05:17

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The best car in the movie ! all rest are old and ugly ! japanese cars rules !!!

medimanic GR

2009-03-28 09:26

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Ugly and old are not synonimes Enho, otherwise there would not be any car collectors and the world's roads would be full of Jap and Corean bullshit.. :lol: built some weeks before..

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karoomay SY

2012-02-13 16:52

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Edited carchasesfanatic's comment to add thumbs on top of page.

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cko US

2012-02-13 18:03

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I drove one of these in high school,back in the mid-late 90s. In those days,I would see 3-4 of them a day but most had already started rusting pretty badly.Now I see maybe 3 a month.The engines tended to outlast the bodies.The exact opposite is the case with the Cadillacs from this period.1980s Cadillacs never rusted much but the engines typically went out prematurely.

Sandie SX

2012-02-13 18:21

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Historically, that is pretty much par for the course with Japanese cars. Mechanicals are bullet-proof but the bodies rot badly.

Ddey65 US

2012-02-13 18:21

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My mother had an '88 that was brand new. My brothers and I borrowed it when our cars weren't working. One night I swerved around a falling tree with it during a rainstorm, and on another occasion, my brothers borrowed it and some kids shot out the back windows with a BB gun for kicks.


Sometime last fall, I saw one at a gas station which was the same color as hers. It had a few add-ons that she didn't have though.







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echoboy US

2013-05-20 13:50

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My Uncle had this same car, but it was gray. I remember it being a manual and he used to drive me around in it when I was a little kid. I don't remember the lights being pop-up, though. E did say it was an '86, so they must've been without me remembering.

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