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1987 Chevrolet Nova

1987 Chevrolet Nova in The Goldbergs, TV Series, 2013-2020 IMDB Ep. 1.14

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

1987 Chevrolet Nova

Position 00:16:49 [*] Background vehicle

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antp BE

2014-02-04 17:45

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Probably the same one in ep 1.07:
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-- Last edit: 2016-10-13 22:23:41

HWJOE US

2014-02-04 17:45

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That's a 85-88 Chevy Nova [see badge on fender], its based on a Corolla; built jointly in CA at NUMMI

karoomay SY

2014-04-07 18:30

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1986+ by the CHMSL.

tonkatracker US

2014-04-07 18:45

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87 or 88 per the taillights

antp BE

2016-10-13 22:23

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ep 4.03:
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Yoda US

2017-06-01 02:35

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Not sure how studio rental availabilty works but this would've been a better choice for the family's other car alongside the wagon than the Caddy was. One of the big differences between '80s period pieces and stuff actually made in the '80s (and my memory of the time) is that people drove a LOT MORE front-drive compacts.

Reg1992 US

2017-06-01 10:33

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Yoda wrote Not sure how studio rental availabilty works but this would've been a better choice for the family's other car alongside the wagon than the Caddy was. One of the big differences between '80s period pieces and stuff actually made in the '80s (and my memory of the time) is that people drove a LOT MORE front-drive compacts.

I agree. Most period pieces depicting the 1970s and 80s show almost every car as a Lincoln/Cadillac/Mercedes-Benz/full-size GM cars, yet practically no Honda Accords/Civics/Datsuns/Nissans/Toyota Corollas/Camrys/Coronas/etc. I would imagine that this is because the former are much easier to obtain from studio rental agencies, but a simple casting call would likely bring in hundreds of small daily drivers from those eras (especially here in Southern California where many such cars are still alive, as they did not rust here).

The only modern period piece that got it right that I've seen was Everybody Hates Chris (made in 2005-08, set in 1982-87).

night cub US

2017-06-01 10:38

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Yes, but this show is modeled off the show creator's actual family. His father probably did drive a Cadillac.

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