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1977 Datsun Cherry 100A F-II [F10]

1977 Datsun Cherry 100A F-II [F10] in This Is England '88, Mini-Series, 2011 IMDB Ep. 1.03

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

1977 Datsun Cherry 100A F-II [F10]

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chris40 UK

2011-12-16 11:38

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Datsun 120Y?

electra225 IT

2011-12-16 12:39

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I rather think a 100A Cherry

cortina.chris EN

2011-12-16 13:37

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77+ Datsun cherry F-11 could be a 100A or 120A depends on engine.

dsl SX

2011-12-16 16:04

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Agree with cortina.chris although I don't know the codes. 100A introduced UK Oct 76 as 4 door saloon, 120A at same time as coupe only. 120A 5 door hatch and estate added Mar 80 and it becomes complicated for versions and trim. Nissan name from Sept 82 when next Cherry series introduced.

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dsl SX

2011-12-17 14:37

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Name and codes altered to match the other ones we've got, but I'm a bit confused by the various names and dates - we have a date overlap with the next series Cherry body which makes me suspicious that something is wrong. As far as I can tell this bigger body on original Cherry format is solid for 77-80.

tali UK

2011-12-24 21:27

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I believe your Mar 80 dates are for for the N10

Weasel1984 PL

2014-07-22 15:08

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British brochures call these cars simply "Cherry F-II", but by your comments (also here), I see the names 100A/120A also had to be in use. How we should list them then? "Cherry F-II 100A" or "Cherry 100A F-II" or leave them how they are?

Worth to say that e.g. also the 180B are sometimes in UK materials described as "Bluebird 180B" or "180B Bluebird" or "180B of the Bluberid range", the last possibility gives impression that "180B" alone can be correct too, so it could be the same with "100A" I guess.

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dsl SX

2014-07-22 15:46

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I prefer "Cherry 100A F-II" in order of importance. They were Cherrys as most important with 100A/120A part of name to reflect engine size. F-II was an add-on - maybe badged or brochured, but no-one would ever call them that except perhaps in the same way as calling a Cortina a Mk5.

The 160/180B titles were much more stand-alone - in theory they were Bluebirds, but usage minimal to nil.

Weasel1984 PL

2014-07-23 22:07

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OK, "British" ones have been changed according to this scheme.

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