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Unknown

Unknown in Thunderheart, Movie, 1992 IMDB

Class: Cars, CoupÚ — Model origin: US

Unknown

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ahight US

2009-01-21 01:54

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coupe on left

marioman3138 AU

2009-01-21 01:54

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Lincoln?

Ddey65 US

2009-01-21 02:36

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marioman3138 wrote Lincoln?

Dodge Charger or Chrysler Cordoba.

taxiguy US

2009-01-21 03:39

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I think it's actually a 1977-78 Monaco coupe (mid-size)

CougarTim US

2009-01-21 05:43

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1975 Dodge Coronet Custom two-door hardtop - 100% sure

440 mopar CA

2009-01-21 07:02

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Could be a '75 or '76 Fury, I don't think Coronets had that kind of trim?

big dave VA

2009-01-21 12:14

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440 mopar wrote Could be a '75 or '76 Fury, I don't think Coronets had that kind of trim?
Agreed

CougarTim US

2009-01-21 19:50

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I forgot about the Fury; I shouldn't do this when I'm tired. Nevertheless, I stand by Dodge Coronet.

For me, the deciding factor is the taillights. On Coronets, they're solid red with a vertical divider, which is what these look like to me. On Furies, they're red and white.
Coronet: http://www.allpar.com/cars/dodge/coronet.html (scroll down to 1975-1976)
Fury: http://www.allpar.com/cars/dodge/R-bodies.html (scroll down)

However, now I'm not sure if it's Custom or Brougham trim. The side trim could go either way, and the vinyl roof style is identified in one picture I have as a "Brougham" and in another as a "Custom."

Skywatcher68 US

2009-01-21 21:53

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CougarTim wrote I forgot about the Fury; I shouldn't do this when I'm tired. Nevertheless, I stand by Dodge Coronet.

For me, the deciding factor is the taillights. On Coronets, they're solid red with a vertical divider, which is what these look like to me. On Furies, they're red and white.

And Furies had reflectors in the bumper whereas Coronets did not. On the other hand, '77 Furies had no bumper reflector but did have the backup lights in the bumper as with the Coronets; however, they also had a definite B-Pillar (www.drmopar.com/77fury.jpg). The vehicle in question appears to have a much thinner pillar.
Quote However, now I'm not sure if it's Custom or Brougham trim. The side trim could go either way, and the vinyl roof style is identified in one picture I have as a "Brougham" and in another as a "Custom."

Should be a Brougham badge on the C-Pillar if it's one of them.

-- Last edit: 2009-01-21 22:04:17

CougarTim US

2009-01-22 21:04

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Actually, that 1977 Fury you linked to may be the closest match yet. The car in question appears to have lettering on the trunklid, like the Plymouth, and the taillights match too. The unknown's B-pillar do look thicker than the Coronet I have been pulling for, and they may just appear thinner than the one in the link because it's black and not white. On the other hand, the side trim still looks like Dodge to me. Was the '77 Fury available with side trim like that?

philr CA

2009-01-23 01:10

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Either a '75 Coronet a '76 Charger (base model with '75 Coronet body) the Plymouth Fury had their backup lights integrated to their taillights and had red reflectors in the outer part of their rear bumpers.

Skywatcher68 US

2009-01-23 22:51

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philr wrote the Plymouth Fury had their backup lights integrated to their taillights and had red reflectors in the outer part of their rear bumpers.

Except in '77, as mentioned above.

Skywatcher68 US

2009-01-23 22:59

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CougarTim wrote Was the '77 Fury available with side trim like that?

Not that I can find. The side trim either is separate from the wheel well trim, as in the picture at DrMopar, or limited to the bottom.
www.tocmp.com/brochures/Plymouth/1977/Fury/pages/fury77c_jpg.htm

This could be a '75 Coronet with a Fury deck lid.

-- Last edit: 2009-01-23 23:15:30

chevy5 CA

2009-01-25 17:06

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wow this is not an easy one !!!!
in the period of 75-77 Dodge Coronet, Plymouth Fury (mostly called the small Fury) & the Dodge Charger (not the daytona version)
were very close together.

like other fellows i'm confused.
we can almost read P-L-Y-M-O-U-T-H on the trunk lid, so this is a Plymouth.
we can see the back-up light integrated on the bumper so, this is a 77.
as far i can remember they were three pilar configuration available for those coupe in 77
- no pilar (hardtop) like this car, mostly on Sport Fury & Dodge Charger.
- small pilar with one vertical oval window (Fury & Fury Custom Level)
- small pilar with two vertical oval windows (Fury & Fury Custom trim level) (my mom's owned one of these)

an other detail tailights
this car seems to have a little vertical line in the middle
77 Chargers has it not Furys

... for the sides trims, i agree this is mostly typical to Coronet's 76 and 75.

could it be an 77 Charger ( not Daytona). ?????





chevy5 CA

2009-01-25 17:16

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:cry: :cry:

i just realized that

77 dodge charger (in USA)
were rebadgged as
Chrysler Cordoba (in Canada)

-- Last edit: 2009-01-25 17:16:27

Q-Ball JP

2009-01-25 17:25

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its a mopar regardless.
I say its 77 Charger coupe

chevy5 CA

2009-01-25 17:56

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Q-Ball wrote its a mopar regardless.
I say its 77 Charger coupe

:think:

CougarTim US

2009-01-25 18:27

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The '77 Charger had taillights that wrapped around onto the fender, and so did the '77 Dodge Monaco coupe that replaced the Coronet.

Skywatcher68 US

2009-01-27 02:27

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Given that it's likely easier to put a Plymouth deck lid on a Dodge than it is to put Dodge side trim on a Plymouth, how about we call this a '75 Coronet?

takumi FR

2009-06-07 21:21

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Pontiac lemans

car nerd US

2009-06-07 21:23

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takumi wrote Pontiac lemans


It's a Mopar product for sure.

440 mopar CA

2010-01-10 18:05

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I think it's a 75 or 76 Coronet with a Plymouth trunk on it.

Donovan Savage

2015-06-02 22:26

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Just call it Dodge Charger Sport, 1976

supcoach US

2015-06-03 17:48

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A 1976 Dodge Charger had different taillights http://carphotos.cardomain.com/ride_images/2/3763/4621/21907310003_large.jpg

CougarTim US

2015-06-03 19:01

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^Except that in 1976 (and 1976 only) the Coronet-based coupes had the Charger Sport name: http://oldcarbrochures.org/NA/Dodge/1976_Dodge/1976_Dodge_Charger_Brochure

supcoach US

2015-06-03 19:14

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You originally said waaay back in 2009 that it is a Dodge Coronet....

Donovan Savage

2015-06-06 05:37

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supcoach wrote You originally said waaay back in 2009 that it is a Dodge Coronet....

It could be a 1975. But since we can't solve this one. I think we should just add this as our first Dodge Charger Sport. (We don't have any yet). BTW this car is anywhere between 1975-1976.

4070D182

2015-06-27 02:56

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I got it! non thick B-pillar makes it 1975-1976. Chrager sport coupe had a different rear window. This means its a 1975 Dodge Coronet coupe.

Gamer DE

2016-03-25 14:57

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So have we made up our minds on this? :)

mike962 DE

2016-03-31 19:21

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there is small badge on the right near taillights

is that a clue ?

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