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1987 Nissan Van [C22]

1987 Nissan Van [C22] in The Naked Goddess II, Movie, 1994 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: JP — Made for: USA

1987 Nissan Van [C22]

Position 00:21:22 [*] Background vehicle

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opal TH

2019-08-22 21:45

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A REALLY RARE Vanette (simply Van) in the US!

-- Last edit: 2019-08-22 21:48:04

night cub US

2019-08-22 21:50

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They became rare because they had a tendency to catch fire, so Nissan recalled all of them and bought them back to destroy them, though not all owners did this, so they pop up on occasion.

lars_toreh NO

2019-08-23 23:25

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night cub wrote They became rare because they had a tendency to catch fire, so Nissan recalled all of them and bought them back to destroy them, though not all owners did this, so they pop up on occasion.


That`s incorrect, the factory they where built at burned down and stopped production.

Baube QC

2019-08-23 23:32

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lars_toreh wrote

That`s incorrect, the factory they where built at burned down and stopped production.

was shot by Decepticons after they discovered that Ironhide and Ratchet were built there .. :D

night cub US

2019-08-23 23:34

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lars_toreh wrote

That`s incorrect, the factory they where built at burned down and stopped production.

"In 1994, after four safety recalls did not end the engine fire problems, and with a class action lawsuit pending,[10] Nissan took the unprecedented step of recalling every Nissan Van sold in the US.[11] Van owners were offered Kelly Blue Book value or more for their van,[12] and most accepted, but a few opted to keep their vans. Critics argued that Nissan had been long aware of the problems with the vans (the first reports of fires appeared in 1987, shortly after they went on sale in the US), but did not take action for years, after which they had been replaced by the Nissan Quest. By the time of the recall in 1994, at least 135 fires had been reported, although none of them had resulted in deaths or injuries.[13] The class-action settlement offered discounts on the purchase of a new Nissan vehicle.[10] The vehicles which were recalled were crushed en masse."


Also:
https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1994-02-04-fi-19061-story.html

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