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  1. Rias Gremory

    ik The Polonez "X" & "C" and some export versions had these headlights as well.

    ik The Polonez "X" & "C" and some export versions had these headlights as well.
  2. Rias Gremory

    The 126p diesel didn't go into production. I mean, is that example an original Chinese...

    The 126p diesel didn't go into production. I mean, is that example an original Chinese government' import (i mean, not a modern import). Eastern Bloc cars in export versions were also available in better trim levels (for example, British market 125p i pictured has stripes & vinyl roof with...
  3. Rias Gremory

    But Japanese 126p are still LHD. Btw. is example from Shanghai Auto Museum a domestic or Chinese...

    But Japanese 126p are still LHD. Btw. is example from Shanghai Auto Museum a domestic or Chinese version?
  4. Rias Gremory

    ik too

    ik too
  5. Rias Gremory

    Still not particularly special, since even 126p was exported in small numbers to Japan! Few...

    Still not particularly special, since even 126p was exported in small numbers to Japan! Few hundred were imported by a local importer at the end of the production (around 1999-2000). Many still survive.
  6. Rias Gremory

    China was never a particularly special export market for Eastern European cars; Chinese...

    China was never a particularly special export market for Eastern European cars; Chinese government was buying cars from other governments. Chinese roads were full of Ladas, Volgas, Polonezez, Fiats 125p/126p & Škodas Favorits & Felicias (and Santanas of course). Japan on the other hand is...
  7. Rias Gremory

    In Japan, there are many small importers that import foreign cars, they are often domestic...

    In Japan, there are many small importers that import foreign cars, they are often domestic market versions. I guess, that this was also the case with 125p.
  8. Rias Gremory

    Yes, Japan.

    Yes, Japan.
  9. Rias Gremory

    I guess, that 3 HK 125p's were identical to the UK ones (since Hong Kong was a British colony...

    I guess, that 3 HK 125p's were identical to the UK ones (since Hong Kong was a British colony back then).
  10. Rias Gremory

    Interestingly enough, after the fall of the Eastern Bloc, they even tried to import Trabant here...

    Interestingly enough, after the fall of the Eastern Bloc, they even tried to import Trabant here (with no luck).
  11. Rias Gremory

    Back to Japan, however, aside from numbers, i don't have absolutely ANY information about these...

    Back to Japan, however, aside from numbers, i don't have absolutely ANY information about these 8 cars. I don't know when they were exported. I don't know their body styles. I don't know their specifications & trim. I don't know whether they were RHD or LHD. I don't know if any example is still...
  12. Rias Gremory

    They just like old cars :D

    They just like old cars :D
  13. Rias Gremory

    8 were even exported to Japan!

    8 were even exported to Japan!
  14. Rias Gremory

    Yes. [IMG]

    Yes.
  15. Rias Gremory

    Did you notice that 8 were even exported to the most exotic country in the world?

    Did you notice that 8 were even exported to the most exotic country in the world?
  16. Rias Gremory

    + 7 125p Pick-ups on the road & 9 SORN.

    + 7 125p Pick-ups on the road & 9 SORN.
  17. Rias Gremory

    This example is unlicensed since 1987!

    This example is unlicensed since 1987!
  18. Rias Gremory

    7 on the road and 17 SORN.

    7 on the road and 17 SORN.
  19. Rias Gremory

    Also, i've posted again on VerkaN's profile.

    Also, i've posted again on VerkaN's profile.
  20. Rias Gremory

    ik

    ik
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