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1995-1998 Proton Wira 4WD A8 Series II


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Class: Race: Rally — Origin: MY

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1995-1998 Proton Wira 4WD A8 Series II

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Petrol
2.0 6MT 4 Wheel Drive 1995-1998

Motorsport Results

1997 APRC: Asia-Pacific Rally Championship:
PosDriver
1
TH
2
CN
3
NZ
4
MY
5
ID
6
AU
Points
15 AUTolley Challis
14
12


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Rinspeed FR (9640)

2020-05-10 19:31

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very bad pic

Ford78 PT (1422)

2020-05-10 20:48

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Rinspeed wrote very bad pic

I know Rinspeed, I'm very sorry. But unfortunately it was the best pic that I could get, since most of pictures of Wira 4WD are from Group N version. This is Group A Version here.

I will try to get a better picture to replace it...

JFK CZ (542)

2020-05-10 22:05

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I think bunch of irl photographs of some Wira were in game Rally Championship 2000, i am not sure if it was the correct version tho. You could probably use those.

Ford78 PT (1422)

2020-05-10 22:25

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JFK wrote I think bunch of irl photographs of some Wira were in game Rally Championship 2000, i am not sure if it was the correct version tho. You could probably use those.

Does Proton Persona need a sepparate page? Proton Wira was sold in UK as "Proton Persona".

Rinspeed FR (9640)

2020-05-10 23:22

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Ford78 wrote
Does Proton Persona need a sepparate page? Proton Wira was sold in UK as "Proton Persona".

why?

Ford78 PT (1422)

2020-05-10 23:36

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Rinspeed wrote
why?

Here's the reason why...

"The Wira saw its British debut in November 1993, where it was renamed 'Proton Persona'. The Persona effectively replaced the original Proton and the Mpi facelift in the British market, although both Mpi and Persona models were sold in parallel for a further three years, until Mpi imports ended in 1996. As with the Mpi, the Persona used multi point fuel injection to comply with the Euro emissions standards."

Rinspeed FR (9640)

2020-05-11 00:09

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Ford78 wrote
Here's the reason why...

"The Wira saw its British debut in November 1993, where it was renamed 'Proton Persona'. The Persona effectively replaced the original Proton and the Mpi facelift in the British market, although both Mpi and Persona models were sold in parallel for a further three years, until Mpi imports ended in 1996. As with the Mpi, the Persona used multi point fuel injection to comply with the Euro emissions standards."

but why for rallu cars? it's the same cars...

Ford78 PT (1422)

2020-05-11 03:15

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Rinspeed wrote
but why for rallu cars? it's the same cars...

If it's the same cars, then I don't think that a sepparate page for Proton Persona is needed...

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