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1992 Toyota HiAce

1992 Toyota HiAce in Gavin & Stacey, TV Series, 2007-2009 IMDB Ep. 3.05

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: JP

1992 Toyota HiAce

[*] Background vehicle

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G-MANN UK

2011-01-11 11:44

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I think the first 5 digits on the number plate are K324LU, K324LUF is an Iveco-Ford, K324LUA (last digit looks like an A actually) is a Mitsubishi (I've been through all the other letters). K924LUA is a Toyota Hiace.

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stu DE

2011-01-11 17:12

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I's say its a Chevi Van, ugly modified...

929V6 NL

2011-01-11 18:24

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Such Pokemon-style customized vans are often Toyota Hiace based.

G-MANN UK

2011-01-11 20:49

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Notice that Elvis's face is on the back, this scene features a group of Elvis impersonators. The twin vertical windows really reminded me of those American vans.

atom SE

2011-01-11 21:26

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These type of vehicles is usually referred to as 'Bōsōzoku style'.

Exiv96 BE

2011-01-13 23:15

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G-MANN wrote I think the first 5 digits on the number plate are K324LU, K324LUF is an Iveco-Ford, K324LUA (last digit looks like an A actually) is a Mitsubishi (I've been through all the other letters). K924LUA is a Toyota Hiace.


I'll go for the Toyota. Most japanese "vanning" conversions are made on HiAce vans. Plus, I checked K924 LUA on DVLA : the van is from 1992 but it was only registered in Britain in 2005. Typical for a grey market import.

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