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1983 Peugeot 305 Break SR [581E]

1983 Peugeot 305 Break [581E] in Tomorrow Never Dies, Movie, 1997 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: FR

1983 Peugeot 305 Break SR [581E]

Position 01:23:25 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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garco NL

2006-10-14 22:52

The main picture is a 305...

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-10-14 22:57

garco wrote The main picture is a 305...

So it is.

In any case, I doubt that the Socialist Republic of Vietnam was importing French cars during the 1980s. :)

-- Last edit: 2006-10-14 22:57:34

jplemoine FR

2006-10-14 22:59

C'est marrant, je suis pas le seul à avoir douté de la 505 Break... Par contre, les blanches sont bien des 505!

antp BE

2006-10-14 23:05

Mais pourquoi je me plante chaque fois entre les deux ? Bon je déplace les vraies 505...

DIEHARD NL

2006-10-14 23:38

Gag Halfrunt wrote
So it is.

In any case, I doubt that the Socialist Republic of Vietnam was importing French cars during the 1980s. :)


You're doubts are correct. They produced French cars ;)
However as said on the pages of the GS, this isn't really Vietnam, but Thailand:
antp wrote Set in Vietnam, but made in Thailand.
http://imdb.com/title/tt0120347/locations (see "Motorcycle Chase Sequence" entries).
In the same scene there are also the Peugeot 305/505.



-- Last edit: 2006-10-14 23:42:27

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-10-14 23:46

DIEHARD wrote
However as said on the pages of the GS, this isn't really Vietnam, but Thailand:

I know it's Thailand. Obviously someone said "This is supposed to be Vietnam -- we need French cars." without thinking about how old they should be.

datsunZ IT

2006-10-15 13:05


Recall 305 was built under license in Taiwan by Yeu Tyan(those that had built Honda-Peugeot SC 50-based P.G.O.scooters),but they have made only the saloon,not the wagon(badged Peugeot,not P.G.O.,Brand reserved only at scooters);another possibility could be were South-African made by Sigma Motor Corporation(Chrysler-Mitsubishi-PSA-joint venture born at end of Seventies in South-Africa),but also they had assembled the saloon,not the wagon(Taiwanese and South-African 305 were both RHD)

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-10-15 13:24

datsunZ wrote
Recall 305 was built under license in Taiwan by Yeu Tyan(those that had built Honda-Peugeot SC 50-based P.G.O.scooters),but they have made only the saloon,not the wagon(badged Peugeot,not P.G.O.,Brand reserved only at scooters);another possibility could be were South-African made by Sigma Motor Corporation(Chrysler-Mitsubishi-PSA-joint venture born at end of Seventies in South-Africa),but also they had assembled the saloon,not the wagon(Taiwanese and South-African 305 were both RHD)

Unless the 305 was assembled in Thailand, this one is likely to be French, isn't it?

P.S. Taiwan drives on the right, so cars for that market would be LHD.

datsunZ IT

2006-10-15 13:27

[/quote](Taiwanese and South-African 305 were both RHD)[/quote]

Pardon, Taiwanese-assembled 305 were LHD


-- Last edit: 2007-03-29 19:13:13

bref FR

2006-10-15 20:52

305 Break SR serie 2 1983+

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