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1982 Fiat Panda 45 [141]

1982 Fiat Panda [141] in Dempsey & Makepeace, TV Series, 1985-1986 IMDB Ep. 1.03

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: IT

1982 Fiat Panda 45 [141]

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dudley UK

2007-08-17 11:21

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The vehicle details for URK 271X are:

Date of Liability 27 02 1987
Date of First Registration 11 08 1981
Year of Manufacture 1981
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 903CC
Vehicle Colour BROWN

herbiefan UK

2007-08-18 21:58

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When did Pandas come with that kind of under bumper skirting,and fog lights?Looks almost custom.

quadrifoglio NL

2007-10-21 13:10

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@herbiefan: These bumper skirts were an extra option, also the air intake what you can see on the photo.

electra225 IT

2010-01-05 11:50

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it's considered a 1982, also the plate...!!! That sunroof appeared in August 1981 for the export markets...!

-- Last edit: 2010-01-05 11:51:36

electra225 IT

2010-03-20 22:32

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There is a Fiat 500 of the late sixties or early seventies in the background parked at the left side...

Exiv96 BE

2011-08-06 10:42

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electra225 wrote it's considered a 1982, also the plate...!!!


No it's not. There's no US-style model year in the UK. Date of First Registration 11 08 1981, means it's from 1981.

atom SE

2011-08-06 11:43

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DynaMike NL

2011-08-06 11:51

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The model year system might be right or wrong. It's not only a US way of thinking (e.g. our Panhard dates from September 1957 but is in all details a 1958 model), and after many discussions on this site it was decided to use this model year idea rather than the actual year...

ingo DE

2011-08-06 20:59

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@Exiv96: this systematic with the model-years is not US-style. Many european companies did/do the same since decades (IIRC nearly all). So at Volkswagen/Audi the new MY always started after the end of the summer vacations of the previous year. At Volkswagen a bit earlier than at Audi, because the VW-summer-vacations are identical with the school-vacation of Niedersachsen, which are always one of the earliest countries, while Bavaria (which goes for Audi) is always the last country with their summer-vacations. In Germany school-vacations aren't nationwide.

antp BE

2011-08-06 21:39

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DynaMike wrote and after many discussions on this site it was decided to use this model year idea rather than the actual year...

We use what the maker use.
If the car changes in summer rather than in january then we stick to that for identifying the cars

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