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Passport Optima : 1986

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The Passport Optima was designed by Opel and had a fuel injected 1.6 liter engine.


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1986 Passport Optima. (source: John Lloyd)

"Passport" was GM Canada's third dealership network from 1988-1991 selling Isuzu cars and trucks, Saab and the Daewoo sourced "Optima" (which was sold in the U.S. as the Pontiac LeMans).

When Saturn was released in Canada for the 1992 model year season, the Passport name disapeared along with the Optima.

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1986 Passport Optima ad. (source: John Lloyd)

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Passport logo. (source: John Lloyd)

(source: John Lloyd)

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