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1979 Chevrolet Malibu

1979 Chevrolet Malibu in Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot, Movie, 1992 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1979 Chevrolet Malibu

Position 00:42:11 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2006-02-23 23:18

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The car on the left.
Other view: /vehicle.php?id=23046

firebird86 US

2006-02-23 23:25

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1979 GMC Caballero http://www.cars-on-line.com/22610.html. At first glance I thought it was a 1978/79 Chevrolet Malibu/ El Camino, but the grills are very different although the rest of the 3 models are identical and can interchange body panels

buickestate CA

2007-03-10 08:11

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The grills for GMC Caballero are the same as Malibu and Elcamino. The Badges and emblems differ. For 79, the only true differances in the malibu/elcamino/Caballero grills are the special black out treatment on the elcamino super sport/ GMC Diablo, that the malibu did not recieve, although the 79 malibu Concept show car that GM toured with called the Black Sterling did have the SS/Diablo grill with the black out paint treatment

typhlosion US

2010-02-07 02:04

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i've never seen a a caballero no bed before!!!
[Image: snapshot20090818202901.3424.jpg]
thats a 79 malibu!

-- Last edit: 2010-02-07 02:25:35 (ford_guy)

rjluna2 US

2010-02-07 02:15

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Good find, typhlosion :king:

Firebird86 US

2010-02-07 03:28

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Shame we didnt have the additional pic originally, I sure couldnt tell it was a sedan by the pic.

typhlosion US

2010-02-07 03:43

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Firebird86 wrote Shame we didnt have the additional pic originally, I sure couldnt tell it was a sedan by the pic.

i can that why i had to check!!! heres how to tell from the current pic! look at how the rear window is! el camino and caballero they were low profile and reverse wrap around at the ends! so i saw the big square one and i knew something wasn't right!

ford_guy US

2010-02-07 03:46

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Thanks for the picture, but is there really a need for all of those exclamation marks?

rjluna2 US

2010-02-07 04:13

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Ford_guy, seems to be typhlosion way of his writing, just like mine :/

ford_guy US

2010-02-07 04:25

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You don't use exclamation marks for everything :p I'm not trying to sound like the grammar police here....I just find it odd when some users use exclamation marks with EVERY post. It's as if they're yelling at us.

typhlosion US

2010-02-07 04:33

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ford_guy wrote You don't use exclamation marks for everything :p I'm not trying to sound like the grammar police here....I just find it odd when some users use exclamation marks with EVERY post. It's as if they're yelling at us.

sorry! its just the way i write on all the other 8 million sites i'm on!:P

ford_guy US

2010-02-07 04:39

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Can't you break the habit? I mean I'm sure that you could use the period key instead of the exclamation mark key :p

typhlosion US

2010-02-07 04:49

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ford_guy wrote Can't you break the habit? I mean I'm sure that you could use the period key instead of the exclamation mark key :p

can a smoker just break the habit??? plus cant do that as i tend to use the period for disapproval messages and for being sarcastic! like so......

ford_guy US

2010-02-07 04:52

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If you say so then...

rjluna2 US

2010-02-07 04:57

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ford_guy wrote Can't you break the habit? I mean I'm sure that you could use the period key instead of the exclamation mark key :p

I don't mean to offend you or something. Each person have their own writing as if there an written accent as we speak with our voices.

When I was kid, I used to critized anybody who didn't tell my name properly. Now, I accept the person who tells my name incorrectly. I think in a sense a person who say my name in their own way is unique ;)

typhlosion US

2010-02-07 05:09

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ford_guy wrote If you say so then...

see! you already got it down!!!

ford_guy US

2010-02-07 05:15

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I'm not talking about talking on a personal basis. After all, on the internet you can't really mispronounce someone's name. I can understand how in the heat of the moment you may show your anger through text but on a general basis I would think that one would be more careful when writing than with oral conversation. When I correct you it's more of constructive criticism. The reason is because I can't always understand what you are trying to say. When someone uses exclamation marks or all capital letters, it can come off as annoying. Even if it is a habit, I can't see how it can be compared to chain smoking when it's a simple difference between two keys on the computer. Anyhow, maybe I'm just thinking about this too much and I mean no offense. Carry on everybody ;)

typhlosion US

2010-02-07 05:50

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[Image: snapshot20090818203312.726.jpg][Image: snapshot20090818203257.5931.jpg][Image: snapshot20090818203136.6102.jpg]
heres some more pics! btw heres a better pi to replace the current one!

-- Last edit: 2010-02-07 21:58:05 (ford_guy)

antp BE

2010-02-07 12:56

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Last one is rather the shot used on the Tracker page (I choose a different pic for this one on purpose)

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