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7256 - 1981 HONDA ACCORD
Topic Started: May 23 2016, 11:46 AM (304 Views)
Mark F.
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Originally posted by Swifty as Car of the Day for 4/26/2008, Playart 1981 Honda Accord hatchback.

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Surprisingly, the first generation Honda Accord was a popular choice among diecast car makers, with the hatchback being done by Playart, Tomica, and others, while Majoerette did the second generation sedan. Motor Max will have an '82 Accord out in 1/60 sometime this year, but there's no word on if it's a hatchback or sedan at the present time. A sedan is pictured on the website, but that's not always accurate (they had pictured a '71 AMC Matador on their website but instead modeled the '74 fastback).

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