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2000 Daewoo Lanos [T100]

2000 Daewoo Lanos [T100] in Pineapple Express, Movie, 2008 IMDB

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: KR — Made for: USA

2000 Daewoo Lanos [T100]

Position 01:38:16 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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antp BE

2008-10-30 23:50

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taxiguy US

2008-10-31 00:00

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Rare car for US

Neon IT

2008-10-31 00:06

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Reminds me this :lol:

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antp BE

2008-10-31 00:12

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Yes, same color, and they also a little make fun of it in the dialogue :D

ford_guy US

2008-10-31 00:48

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Red: You just got killed by a Daewoo Lanos, mother******!

dudley UK

2008-10-31 09:52

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1997+

fck PL

2008-10-31 09:56

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2000+ by the tailights

kazimann IE

2009-12-13 20:28

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Clearly made for USA

ma77hugh AU

2010-04-29 11:31

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I could think of no better car to smash through a barn and into a truck!

LeoTheLion89 US

2010-12-14 00:44

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can also be a 2002 Lanos S

tom11

2012-06-23 01:42

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taxiguy wrote Rare car for US

I don't think its all THAT rare, something like a Daihatsu Charade, a Toyota Starlet, or a Suzuki Swift Sedan would be much rarer in the US...

tonkatracker US

2012-06-23 23:36

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I don't have the sales numbers for the Daewoo but the Daihatsu Charade was sold in the US for one year longer than the Lanos and the Swift sedan was sold for 2 years longer than the Lanos so I would say the Lanos was a pretty rare car here as well

ingo DE

2012-06-23 23:39

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Then pick these rarites up now ( Link to "suchen.mobile.de" ) and hide them some years until they become a valuable collectible :p :D

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tonkatracker US

2012-06-23 23:44

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um no I will pass on that they may be rare but rare does not mean valuable. Look at the Daihatsu Rocky, only sold here for 3 years and in very small numbers but they can be purchased very cheaply (I owned 2 of them and sold them both for around $2500 each)

ingo DE

2012-06-23 23:50

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The comment includes irony ;) My brother-in-law had a junky Rocky, when he has built his house. Very robust and unpretending (he drove it with rape- and sunflower-oil) and as most important point for him then, with a towing capacity of 2.3 tons. He sold it later on for a good price. Japanese Offroaders are never cheap over here, not even exhausted clunkers, caused by the intensive export to Africa.

tonkatracker US

2012-06-24 00:06

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I knew you were joking ;)

darewnoo PL

2014-03-18 06:00

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It is Lanos T100. Clearly visible door from T100. Upholstery from version 2000
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Besides, check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBueUQzk2QE (0:46)

So original color is 11U (white)

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Gamer DE

2014-09-14 18:00

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ingo wrote Then pick these rarites up now ( Link to "suchen.mobile.de" ) and hide them some years until they become a valuable collectible :p :D

Esperos are even rarer in Germany and already collectibles. :)

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ingo DE

2014-09-14 20:18

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Gamer wrote Esperos are even rarer in Germany and already collectibles. :)

Not automatically every rare item becomes a collectible. The Espero, at least any Daewoo, is definetely NOT a collectible, not even a little bit.

jettalover US

2014-09-15 03:15

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The only reason to possibly consider a used Daewoo is that some engine parts are GM, and could possibly bought at a GM dealership. Or junkyards.

ingo DE

2014-09-15 20:11

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Old Daewoos/Korean Chevrolets are popular for some specific people: extreme thrifty motorbike- or classic car-freaks, who are looking for a cheap clunker for the wintertimes. The cars have to be roadworthy just until the next March and then they will be junked.
Because Daewoos belong to this class of cars: extreme cheap clunkers.

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