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Published 09/10/2019 @ 13:44:37, By dsl


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Published 09/10/2019 @ 13:53:57, By kegare
It is indeed Courrier for France.

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Published 09/10/2019 @ 18:20:52, By antp
Yes. The problem is that in France many on the road are imported from neighbourhood countries. But we can assume they are "Courrier" when filmed in France, except if proved otherwise.
Long time ago we decided not to use that local name, but that would not be logical compared to how we list/name other local models.
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Published 09/10/2019 @ 18:21:52, By antp


That's not really a "mass change" :tongue:
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Published 09/10/2019 @ 19:48:43, By JB007

Is Courrier the special name for France??

Thank you, I wasn’t aware of that information. :clindoeil:
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Published 09/10/2019 @ 19:55:39, By JB007

That's not really a "mass change" :tongue:

Yeah, but he was there all alone. :smile:

However, I made a mistake on the military Nissan model, it’s not "ML-6" but "Patrol ML-6". :shy: :shy:
And for all Chassis-Code is "260". :clindoeil:

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Published 14/10/2019 @ 21:25:25, By Exiv96

And for all Chassis-Code is "260". :clindoeil:


No it's not ! The 260 code was applied to the restyled spanish-made Patrols from the late 1980s. But, according to your link (which I posted on this entry two days before you asked... http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_1304475-Nissan-Patrol-ML-6-160.html ) the ML-6 was introduced in 1988, before that face lift. So code 160 for most of them.

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