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1994 Lada Samara 1.3 L [21086]

1994 Lada Samara [21086] in Rebus, TV Series, 2000-2007 IMDB Ep. 1.04

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: RU — Made for: GB

1994 Lada Samara 1.3 L [21086]

Position 00:07:16 [*] Background vehicle

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Sandie SX

2016-06-11 20:02

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Registration number: L84 NSC
✗ Untaxed
Tax due: 01 March 2003
Vehicle make LADA
Date of first registration 22 April 1994
Year of manufacture 1994
Cylinder capacity (cc) 1288cc
Fuel type PETROL
Vehicle colour RED

1.02 [*]:
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P608LSX = February 1997 (so from the last 6 months or so of UK Lada sales and quite new to be scrapped) LADA SAMARA 1.3 S.

1.03 [*]:
[Vehicle Image 924052]

cl82 DE

2016-06-11 20:10

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One general question please: As already mentioned many times before by various members, many junkyard-pics from the UK often show accident-free cars that were scrapped at a rather young age. Why is that so? Lack of export market? Faster depreciation than in other markets?
(As far as the Samara is concerned, I can understand its early demise. I had "the chance"to drive one in 2002 or so that was just three years old, had hardly any milage on it, was garage-kept and still felt pretty spent already.)

Sandie SX

2016-06-11 20:17

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Salt on the roads rots cars out, used cars have far smaller values (in the case of Ladas/FSOs etc they had pretty much no resale value in the 90s) than in Mainland Europe/the US so mechanical repairs can be uneconomical compared to values. Probably other factors too.

Moscvich433 RU

2016-07-05 09:04

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[21086] should be added as chassis/code.

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