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Toyota Mark II Van GL [X70]

Toyota Mark II Van [X70] in The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency, TV Series, 2008-2009 IMDB Ep. 1.01

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: JP — Made for: J

Toyota Mark II Van GL [X70]

Position 00:36:13 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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petacchi RO

2011-03-27 21:50

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ingo DE

2011-03-27 22:04

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By the fender-mounted mirrors you may think, it's an original Japanese car, but the plate-frames and -holders aren't.

And: is it common in Southern Africa to import used Japanese cars in bigger amounts, or aren't the local markets protected to keep the local production? :think:

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-03-27 23:26

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IIRC South Africa and Zimbabwe are the only countries in southern Africa with any car manufacturing. Botswana doesn't have any local industry to protect. And, as you've seen, the Soarer is definitely JDM.

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5503 JP

2011-03-28 16:29

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Not Cressida...

Toyota MARK II van.

Link to "ja.wikipedia.org"

nzcarnerd NZ

2011-03-29 09:45

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Yes I agree with MkII van - note high riding rear end. It will mot be an MX model but will have one of the four cylinder engines - probably 1800 petrol? Not sure which letter code though. This model was produced from 1984 right through to 1997 - no doubt with minor trim and grille changes.

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Citsa ZA

2011-03-29 23:10

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ingo wrote By the fender-mounted mirrors you may think, it's an original Japanese car, but the plate-frames and -holders aren't.

It probably is - see below

And: is it common in Southern Africa to import used Japanese cars in bigger amounts, or aren't the local markets protected to keep the local production? :think:


Botswana is quite known for getting their cars directly from the East instead of using Za-built versions. This has declined in recent years due to trade treaties within the Southern African Development Community (SADEC), but we still see some coming through.

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