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1985 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country

1985 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country in Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Movie, 1986 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: US

1985 Chrysler LeBaron Town & Country

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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Snookie US

2006-02-21 18:45

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1986 LeBaron Wagon

crossroads US

2006-12-10 05:29

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Chrysler Town & Country, the wagon form of the LeBaron.

qwerty_86 US

2006-12-11 06:29

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It's too boxy to be an '86. That's an '82-'85 Lebaron Town & Country. T&C was not an independent model on the K-Cars. It's a trim level (which was also applied to the Lebaron convertibles of the same bodystyle).

Wampa-One US

2008-02-20 03:33

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-- Last edit: 2012-11-29 20:56:40 (karoomay)

blk95ta US

2008-04-13 01:07

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It's gotta be an 85... the movie was made in the fall of 85 and released in 86, and there's no 3rd brake light so it can't be an 86... since its most likely a new car, i'm guessing its an 85

marioman3138 AU

2008-08-09 08:01

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:love:

taxiguy US

2008-08-09 09:05

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:love: indeed... I would love to have one of these some day :)
I am suprised you like it too marioman, it is a boxy station wagon with fake wood paneling, not the normal car for a young enthuseist to take interest in! :D

marioman3138 AU

2008-08-09 09:08

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I know, but it looks nice. I think it needs to be added to my top 100 cars lsit (then 101

taxiguy US

2008-08-09 09:28

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I have just added it to my list of cars I like on my profile :D
Surprisingly it is the first k-car on the list, which is weird since I have loved k-cars for as long as I rememeber

portacker US

2014-03-26 21:25

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I've always wondered what marketing wonk sat in a meeting room and said "Well, let's put fake wood panels on it, and people will buy em like hotcakes!" The pics even show the wildly divergent body gaps that speak to the build quality that was Chrysler in the 80's.

plutopup US

2015-12-06 01:09

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Did Jeannie is going to get furious to race home? And does Mrs. Bueller asking her to slow down?

Darren_VolvoS80 US

2018-07-02 05:15

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Classy wagon! This was the last station wagon offered by Chrysler prior to the minivan craze.

no1uno US

2019-07-20 09:58

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This LeBaron is an '85, the '86s had rounder edges and different grills among other things, also this car has the tape deck with the graphic equalizer which was new for 1985. So this is an '85

IzzysAlfa US

2020-04-07 00:51

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It's a shame that Chrysler has dwindled into a pretty lame company as of now (2020). I'd like to see a comeback with some of the classic nameplates. The Town & Country wagon like this one could be revived in a similar fashion to the current Buick Regal TourX wagon, possibly based on the current Chrysler 300 or something like that. I'd love to see Chrysler redo its new lineup with the Lebaron (compact sports sedan), Sebring (compact executive car), New Yorker (executive car), Imperial (full-size car), Town & Country (station wagon based on the New Yorker), Pacifica (compact SUV), Aspen (mid-size SUV), and Voyager (full-size minivan).

IzzysAlfa US

2020-04-07 00:52

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Here is a video tour of the same model, although it's a 1987 (best I could find) - Still very close to the vehicle Mrs. Bueller drives. You get a nice view of the digital dash when starting up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qg27FWuo2Zk

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