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Z31
... This continued in the US until 1985 model year when Nissan standardized their brand name worldwide and dropped the Datsun badge ... a type A or type B sub-designation from 1984 to March 1987, while models from April 1987 to 1989 had a W sub-designation ... The W-series engines featured redesigned water jackets for additional cooling, and fully floating piston wrist pins ...
Greco Guitars - Model Characteristics
... Among the Electric guitar models that Greco offered during this period, were two thin semi-hollow bodystyle that were equipped with the Patented “Shrike” pickups ... These were the 950, and 975 models ... for both bodystyles were available as well, and were labeled models 960 and 976 respectively ...
Nissan 300ZX - Z31
... This continued in the US until 1985 model year when Nissan standardized their brand name worldwide and dropped the Datsun badge ... from 1984 to March 1987, while models from April 1987 to 1989 had a W sub-designation ... The W-series engines featured redesigned water jackets for additional cooling, and fully floating piston wrist pins ...
Chevrolet Marajó - History - Models and Changes (1976–1987)
... The Rally also featured a suspension with rear stabilizer, along with special body graphics ... Through model year 1976, the Chevette Woodie carried wood simulating sheet-vinyl trim and upgraded interior/exterior trim ... The Woody model has become quite scarce, especially in higher condition grades ...
Chevrolet Impala - Third Generation (1961–1964)
... Chevrolet Impala Convertible Coupe Production 1960–1964 Model years 1961–1964 Assembly Arlington, Texas Body style 2-door convertible 2-door coupe 2-doo ... The new body styling was more trim and boxy than the 1958–60 models ... Sport Coupe models featured a "bubbleback" roof line style for '61, and a unique model, the 2-door pillared sedan, was available for 1961 only ...

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