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1987 MCW Metrocab

1987 MCW Metrocab in The Final Cut, Mini-Series, 1995 IMDB Ep. 3

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1987 MCW Metrocab

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

Comments about this vehicle



2006-06-17 16:08


I know this is a Metrocab, but what should it be listed as?

Alexander DE

2006-06-18 01:20


It was designed and introduced by MCW (Metro-Cammell-Weymann) in 1987, sold to Reliant in 1989, and later (no date available) to Hooper. In 1997 the Series 2 arrived (too late for this film).

So we have:
- MCW Metrocab (1987-89)
- Reliant Metrocab (1989-early 90s)
- Hooper Metrocab (since)

Alexander DE

2006-06-18 01:26


I just noticed the third brake light. Since when is this legal in the UK?

Saturn Simon UK

2006-06-18 12:59


I'd say Hooper Metrocab. Third brake lights have been around a long time but were only made a legal requirement in the last few years. The film is 1995.

Sandie SX

2016-10-08 02:10


CHMSL doesn't necessarily mean much and can be found on older Metrocabs (travelling a lot in stop start traffic makes them useful for taxis):

Door handles also looked chromed, so this is probably an early MCW one.

-- Last edit: 2016-10-08 02:11:09

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