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1993 Volkswagen Jetta A3 [Typ 1H]

1993 Volkswagen Jetta A3 [Typ 1H] in To ja, zlodziej, Movie, 2000 IMDB

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

1993 Volkswagen Jetta A3 [Typ 1H]

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


cibup ES

2012-04-27 00:26


With that plate holder and that name, made for the USA...?

Edit: And maybe built in México?

-- Last edit: 2012-04-27 00:39:00

Weasel1984 PL

2012-04-27 18:19


cibup wrote With that plate holder and that name, made for the USA...?

Can be also CDN.

cibup wrote And maybe built in México?

Not only there.

cibup ES

2012-04-28 01:16


Yes, sure, and it could be also from Japan with that plate holder...
So due the hardly recognizable let's leave it without oval unless someone could identify something.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-04-28 01:26


In Poland, a car from the US or Canada would be more likely than one from Japan.
Quote Quite a lot comparing to western and southern EU-countries. In 1990s we had many US/Canada imports because of high duty rates and freaky laws. Few years ago, when dollar was very cheap, import from America increased again.


cibup ES

2012-04-28 01:41


Yes, I know, that's the reason I said made for USA, but AFAIK identify if it's from USA or Canada is impossible, so...

Weasel1984 PL

2012-04-28 12:07


There have never been any import of used cars from Japan (well, some hobbyists perhaps imported "one or two").

Except the price and attractive standard equipment (especially in the 90s context) another important reason, why it was (and still is) USA and CDN, is also the huge Polish community in both these countries, what makes things more easy.
This way, through small companies from here and there, also the brand new cars are imported and not only "exotic" muscle cars (this happens everywhere), but even quite ordinary, like Dodge Sprinters (though this one was not very successful and disappeared from our market quickly).

-- Last edit: 2012-04-28 12:21:29

ingo DE

2012-04-28 19:43


It's a real America-version, bumper and taillights are US-spec, too.

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