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1997 Mazda Protegé [BH]

1997 Mazda Protegé [BH] in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, Movie, 2006 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: JP — Made for: USA

1997 Mazda Protegé [BH]

Position 01:30:16 [*] Background vehicle

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SteveWonder BR

2006-07-27 01:21

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Mitsubishi Lancer Evo?

See ya! []'s

Hecubus CA

2006-07-27 04:40

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Mazda Familia or Protege, depending on where this car was sold.

EYKEY 47 PL

2006-08-05 14:46

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i think it maybe a mazda 323 sedan...

coopey ES

2006-08-05 15:00

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yes, but the 323 in japan is called Familia

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-08-05 15:12

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IIRC all the racing scenes were filmed in the US, so the car might nor might not be a Japaneses-specification model.

antp BE

2006-09-03 23:42

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[Image: mazda323013030fi3.5146.jpg]

Exiv96 BE

2006-11-15 00:22

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Personnellement, ça m'étonnerait que la production ait fait l'effort de se procurer une Familia japonaise alors que la Protegé américaine est extérieurement identique.

427 AU

2006-12-05 06:48

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I like how it has a wing to make it look like a fast car, but it has no mags.

firelizard CA

2008-02-02 21:10

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97-98 North American spec

Japanese spec tail lamps have no amber, and the corner lamps at the front are clear, rather than orange.

DigitalLuke64DD EN

2011-05-20 23:08

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427 wrote I like how it has a wing to make it look like a fast car, but it has no mags.


In Japan though, thats acceptable to personalise your car with unnecessary stuff. I think Jeremy Clarkson said something along the lines of "Nearly all middle class people in Japan live in a tiny cramped flat (apartment) where there is actually no room to breathe, let alone personalise with your own belongings, so the only way to show your creativity is on the road." when he went to Japan on Motorworld.

Nightrider RU

2011-05-20 23:21

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DigitalLuke64DD wrote

In Japan though, thats acceptable to personalise your car with unnecessary stuff. I think Jeremy Clarkson said something along the lines of "Nearly all middle class people in Japan live in a tiny cramped flat (apartment) where there is actually no room to breathe, let alone personalise with your own belongings, so the only way to show your creativity is on the road." when he went to Japan on Motorworld.


Thanks for very informative and educational post about Japanese external tuning, as well as reference to big car and people expert Clarkson.

DigitalLuke64DD EN

2011-05-21 14:38

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Nightrider wrote

Thanks for very informative and educational post about Japanese external tuning, as well as reference to big car and people expert Clarkson.


Not to sound paranoid, but are you patronising me? :/

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