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1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme in Beverly Hills Cop, Movie, 1984 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

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crossroads US

2006-12-14 22:17

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[Vehicle Image 503257]

1971

-- Last edit: 2012-11-06 01:23:24 (karoomay)

Richard of C CA

2007-02-13 01:55

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The tail lights have the multisegments so that would make it a 72.

car nerd US

2007-02-13 01:57

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Good catch Richard_of_C.

cko US

2010-01-06 08:17

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Directly behind it is a 1977 Amc Gremlin

cko US

2011-09-17 04:32

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corner of 30th street and Jackson,Detroit. The school is now abandoned

karoomay SY

2012-05-20 23:57

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cko wrote corner of 30th street and Jackson,Detroit. The school is now abandoned

You can see how this street looks today on Google Street view: Link to "maps.google.com"
And you can navigate down to 30th Street to see the same street where the truck drove and smashed a bunch of junker parked cars, it seems that many have houses on that street have been demolished, and only a few remain. If you keep on going up, you will end up on the main street where the GMC RTS bus made a 360 degree turn. Even there, it looks like many businesses and shops have been abandoned or torn down. It shows how Detroit has deteriorated over the past decades.

cko US

2012-05-21 21:47

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karoomay wrote
You can see how this street looks today on Google Street view: Link to "maps.google.com"
And you can navigate down to 30th Street to see the same street where the truck drove and smashed a bunch of junker parked cars, it seems that many have houses on that street have been demolished, and only a few remain. If you keep on going up, you will end up on the main street where the GMC RTS bus made a 360 degree turn. Even there, it looks like many businesses and shops have been abandoned or torn down. It shows how Detroit has deteriorated over the past decades.



Detroit had over 1 Million people in the 80s. It has about 700,000 now.Everybody left for the suburbs.The reasons continue to be a subject of debate for many but remains an interesting example in urban studies and political mismanagement.

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