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1979 Datsun Cherry 120A F-II Coupé [KPF10]

1979 Datsun Cherry 120A F-II Coupé [KPF10] in The Fear, TV Series, 1988 IMDB Ep. 4

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

1979 Datsun Cherry 120A F-II Coupé [KPF10]

Position 00:17:59 [*] Background vehicle

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Sandie SX

2014-09-30 01:05

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BMD62T
YELLOW, 1979 DATSUN FII 120A COUPE

The vehicle details for BMD 62T are:
Date of Liability 01 12 1988
Date of First Registration 19 06 1979
Year of Manufacture 1979
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 1171cc
Fuel Type PETROL
Vehicle Colour YELLOW

Possibly the same in previous episode?

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dsl SX

2014-09-30 01:31

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These Cherry Coupes at end of 70s are a pain, and I'm still not sure if we've got the names and codes right in UK - safest is just to call this Cherry Coupé [N10] - as eg /vehicle_313461-Datsun-Cherry-Coupe-N10-1979.html (which incidentally means your thumb is something else - I think Colt Celeste - no info on this one's vinyl roof). But there's also the Cherry 120A F-II Coupé eg this [KPF10] - /vehicle_107953-Datsun-Cherry-120A-F-II-Coupe-KPF10-1977.html .

Weasel1984 PL

2014-09-30 23:02

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It isn't N10, but coupe from the F10 range, so KPF10 like the last linked one. In British brochure it was called "Cherry FII Coupe", but we already went on some naming compromise here: /vehicle_458334-Datsun-Cherry-100A-F-II-F10-1977.html
1979 is some late registration for this car, to me it was not produced since 1978.

The 1979+ [N10] derivied coupes were called in UK "Datsun Cherry Coupe", so they are listed correctly.

dsl SX

2014-09-30 23:33

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OK - relieved that you can deal with these successfully. Changeover to [N10] was April 79, so this was old showroom stock.

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