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Hawaii Five-0, TV Series, 2010-2015 IMDB

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owlman US

2010-09-21 08:01

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Book 'em Danno! :sun:

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owlman US

2010-10-05 06:35

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A post for too-background cars...

Worth listing either of these Bimmers on lifts? (1.03)
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achiu31 CA

2010-10-23 01:36

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A too-background El Camino from 1.05:
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achiu31 CA

2010-11-23 19:38

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Should I add this black contraption found in the right of this picture?

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achiu31 CA

2011-05-27 19:39

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Season 1 all uploaded. GM must really hate Ford Mustangs; in the 24 episodes aired they showed three Mustangs which crashed or were disabled.

achiu31 CA

2012-01-22 06:17

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jettalover wrote No way it's going to be cancelled. It has a full season(22 episodes) order from CBS. For CBS to give that to a first year show means for a least the first season it's safe from cancellation. Plus CBS has sponsorship deals with Chevy, Hawaian Airlines and Hilton Hotels. The main characters drive around in a Camaro, Silverado, Cruise and a Traverse.


It seems that Subway has also joined as a sponsor.
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Redhead123 US

2013-07-30 01:25

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Hawaii Five-0 will be moved to Friday nights at 9/8 central only on CBS

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achiu31 CA

2013-08-27 17:07

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If anyone's wondering about the lack of activity on this page, I've stopped watching the show. I might come back occasionally to update vehicles if I feel like it, but if someone wants to take over for the rest of season 3 onward, go right ahead.

potter HU

2013-10-05 17:44

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achiu31 wrote If anyone's wondering about the lack of activity on this page, I've stopped watching the show. I might come back occasionally to update vehicles if I feel like it, but if someone wants to take over for the rest of season 3 onward, go right ahead.


The fourth season, I'll update.

Redhead123 US

2014-10-24 03:57

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Who's doing season 5 for vehicles?

potter HU

2014-10-28 14:56

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Redhead123 wrote Who's doing season 5 for vehicles?


I'm doing a 5. season

rjluna2 US

2015-07-22 02:31

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Here I received October 2015 Collectible Automobile, Volume 32, Number 3 and found a sidebar on page 49:
Collectible Automobile wrote Mercury in Paradise: The Cars of Hawaii Five-0

One of the best-remembered televison shows from the late Sixties and the Seventies was the police drama Hawaii Five-0. Filmed on location in Hawaii, Jack Lord starred in the role of Steve McGarrett, a detective in charge of the elite--but fictional--Hawaii Five-0 special police unit that reported directly to the governor. (Fun fact: Hawaii is only U.S. state without a state highway patrol or state police agency.)

For whatever else he may have been, Steve McGarrett was a Mercury man. After the show premiered on September 20, 1968, he drove around in a black 1967 Marquis two-door hardtop for the first few episodes. Then he moved up to a triple-black 1968 Park Lane Brougham four-door hardtop that would be his ride of choice through early part of the 1973-74 season.

In fall 1973, the McGarrett character was still driving the Park Lane Brougham. Then, after several episodes, he traded it in for a new 74 Marquis Brougham four-door hardtop--once again all black. He continued to drive this car until the series ended in 1980. After the production stopped, Lord gave the car to one of the stuntman on the show, and the last we heard, the car was still in Hawaii.

When CBS presented a new Hawaii Five-0 series in 2010, Alex O'Loughlin was cast as a modern-day Steve McGarrett drawn back to Honolulu to find the murderer of his policeman father before being recruited to head of the titular investigation unit. In a nod to the original show, a black 1974 Mercury made a cameo appearance when a grieving McGarrett, inspecting his father's garage, threw back a dust cover to reveal the front of the car that Lord had used the original series.

For the 1974 model yar, Mercury produced just 4189 Marquis Brougham four-door hardtops. It makes us wonder if any original owners of these cars were influenced to buy after watching Steve McGarrett chase down bad guys in the Aloha State on Tuesday nights.

Paul G. McLaughlin

dsl SX

2015-07-22 03:10

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rjluna2 wrote October 2015 Collectible Automobile.....

.... while the rest of the world is still in July. What is it about ordinary calendars which you lot in America can't cope with??

rjluna2 US

2015-07-22 03:49

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dsl wrote .... while the rest of the world is still in July. What is it about ordinary calendars which you lot in America can't cope with??

:lol: Only these magazine sells in months in advanced :D

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