Hi all, I had posted this on the Japanese Nostalgic Car forums awhile back, but I thought you folks might enjoy it as well! (copy-pasted with a bit of editing) ~A brief bit of history first for those of you not from the Great White North - Isuzu as a brand, has barely ever sold their cars directly in Canada from their own dealerships other than commercial trucks which they do still sell here. Apparently, Isuzu DID sell their cars under their own name in Canada in the mid 1960s; imported as CKD kits (they were assembled by Canadian Motor Industries ) but other than then and now, that was the only other time that I am aware of! We have, however, had Isuzu cars sold here as captive imports. The first of these ventures was General Motors Canada's 'Passport International Automobiles' project from 1988-1991 and it involved selling many Isuzus, Suzukis, Saabs, and a rebadged Daewoo LeMans here through GM and 'Passport' dealerships. After that faltered, they changed ideas and started selling these same cars not under the 'Passport' name, but as their own, new captive import marque 'As?na' from 1993-1994. Sadly, this failed too, and Isuzu cars stopped being sold here at all since... Now, being a car nut in general, I have a lot of weird stuff laying around the house, but this one comes from before my time! Attached to the link below is a full high-res scan of a pamphlet I found for the 1990 Isuzu Impulse (called the Isuzu Piazza everywhere else in the world!) and Isuzu Stylus (called the Isuzu Gemini everywhere else in the world!) here in Canada as sold through the aforementioned 'Passport' scheme....I would've been 4 in 1990, so it's not something that I collected, but I was quite surprised and excited to find the not-all-that-beat-up brochure sitting in a box in our storage room, haha! Maybe some of you fellow car nuts can get some enjoyment out of it as I have, and add it to your own digital collections! https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B12fKq2RKj81U3Z6WnZqSExGQjA/edit (NOTE: Download it to your hard drives first as Google Drive doesn't seem to display all the colors quite as vividly when viewed online!)~ Cheers and enjoy!