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1981 Talbot Sunbeam 1.0 LE [424]

1981 Talbot Sunbeam [424] in Coronation Street, TV Series, 1960-2020 IMDB Ep. 2625

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: UK

1981 Talbot Sunbeam 1.0 LE [424]

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

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w126 HU

2014-03-29 21:18

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Talbot Sunbeam?

130rapid PL

2014-03-29 21:24

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Late one, so should have W or X prefix on plate only.

dsl SX

2014-03-29 21:26

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Basic poverty 1.0 LE for trim and confirmed by plate info. DVLA details for PVM 286W are:
Date of Liability 01 08 1989
Date of First Registration 31 03 1981
Year of Manufacture 1981
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 928cc
CO₂ Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type PETROL
Export Marker N
Vehicle Status Unlicensed
Vehicle Colour BLUE
Vehicle Type Approval Not Available

ingo DE

2014-03-30 05:27

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dsl wrote
Date of Liability 01 08 1989
Date of First Registration 31 03 1981


@cl82: ?

cl82 DE

2014-04-02 20:54

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No need to say a word here. The figures speak for themselves.

cl82 DE

2014-04-02 22:02

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Still, I have to say that I always rather liked the minimalist design of that particular car although I've never seen one "in the flesh". Much more elegant than the Horizon.

ingo DE

2014-04-02 22:29

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:think: right now we are discussing in my plate-forum the question "the rarest Youngtimer" - and this car should be ranked very high IMO. As I've read (a time ago there was an article in a classic car magazine about it) the fan-scene is also in the UK very very small.

btw.: as recently discussed here, too, the leading opinion there is also, that the rarest 70ies/80ies car nowadays is the /vehicles_make-Alfa+Romeo_model-Arna.html

cl82 DE

2014-04-02 22:45

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Could be, but don't forget the early Japanese cars that were available here in Europe from ca. 1970 on. With the exception of some pampered, high-priced 280Zs and maybe a few Celicas they literally all have been thrown away.

ingo DE

2014-04-02 23:17

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"Here in Europe" is too widespread, as it was different in each country. So Germany was one of the countries with the smallest and as latest started import-amounts. Absolutely not comparable with for example Norway, Denmark, Switzerland or Belgium.

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