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1987 Lada Samara 1300 L [21086]

1987 Lada Samara [21086] in Dalnoboyshchiki, TV Series, 2001-2012 IMDB Ep. 1.15

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

1987 Lada Samara 1300 L [21086]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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ingo DE

2010-05-29 00:20

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First year due the grille

Neon IT

2010-05-29 00:27

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So it's a Sputnik, no?

ingo DE

2010-05-29 00:42

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If it was the name for the Russian market, yes.

In West Germany it was named "Samara", in the DDR, too, or "Lada 2108 Samara" (I just have checked the 1989 GENEX-catalogue).

Jale PL

2010-05-29 00:50

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ingo DE

2010-05-29 01:05

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Oh, it was released in 1984, I haven't known that. Were differences between the 1984/85-model and the 1987-version? In 1987 it came on the West German market and still had this odd plastic nose, which even the test-drive-journalists disliked. In late 1988 it was announced for the DDR-import, and still had this nose (as visible in the GENEX-catalogue).

:think: The German wikipedia says, that the 2108 was the two-door and the 2109 the four-door and four-door-sedan: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lada_Samara
Note the last passage! There it's said, that the term "Sputnik" is stil written on some parts, but this name was never offically used in the Soviet Union/Russia!

Wiki doesn't say anything about the export to the DDR. I remember it from late 1988, early 1989, that some friends there had big expectations about the Samara (I've organized copies of test-drive-articles and sales brochures for them, I remember), and have tried to get an order for it (in the DDR you had to wait between 8 and 20 years, before you could buy a new car - and always the fucking DDR-shit or COMECON-vehicles :wow: ). I don't know, if any Samara's were delivered to the DDR until end of 1989.

-- Last edit: 2010-05-29 01:05:48

Weasel1984 PL

2010-05-29 15:57

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For sure already in 1990, at least some, German versions had new black plastic grill - here it was still like on the pic.
At the very end of 1980's my parents friend bought a 2107, he was interested more in Samara, but the car was too low for him and he couldn't normally seat in it...

-- Last edit: 2010-05-29 16:18:43

130rapid PL

2015-12-15 20:45

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Moscvich433 wrote Not Rus-market Sputnik/Samara.
Re-exported UK version, 1987+ Lada Samara

dsl SX

2015-12-15 20:50

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So is it RHD??

Gamer DE

2015-12-15 20:52

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Dashboard seems to be on the wrong side for a British car, but I'll take it as converted.

ingo DE

2015-12-15 21:02

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dsl wrote So is it RHD??

According the wiper-postion yes. If the pic is not mirrored.

slon95 RU

2017-01-04 18:13

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dsl wrote So is it RHD??

slon95 wrote It's a LHD conversion.

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