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1983 Ford LTD Country Squire

1983 Ford LTD Country Squire in Twister, Movie, 1996 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: US

1983 Ford LTD Country Squire

Position 00:08:45 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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cieraguy US

2006-08-30 00:14

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It's actually older than a 1988. The front end was restyled in 1988 making it more rounded.

Snookie US

2006-11-06 19:11

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It's actually a 1987

nubby US

2007-05-07 23:17

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I Hate Ford, but the LTD, Crown Victoria, and the Country Squire Are an exception for me. Cool Shaggin'wagon!

78Ford250 US

2007-05-17 03:22

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I never heard the drivers name.

nubby US

2007-07-24 06:51

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The driver's name, if I remember correctly, is Sanders. Oh, and is that a different picture?

truck man US

2007-12-13 01:06

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This is a 1982-1986,not a 1987,the engine is seen near the begining of the movie,and it looks to be a carburator.

no1Uno US

2008-01-25 04:47

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CarKid

2008-02-09 00:54

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Seriously! is there a part of the movie where this wagon appears that you can use as the main capture. Because This main capture stinks!

-- Last edit: 2008-02-09 00:56:25

Skid US

2008-02-10 02:19

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This was probably my favorite vehicle in the film...it looked cool splashing down muddy roads and keeping pace with the 4x4s the rest of the crew drove. :sun:

BiltFordTuff US

2009-05-29 20:11

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nubby wrote I Hate Ford, but the LTD, Crown Victoria, and the Country Squire Are an exception for me. Cool Shaggin'wagon!

Fords are great and WAY better than anything

ilovemytaurus

2009-12-16 05:43

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AMEN! if it weren't for ford, mass production of cars may have never come about.

Commander 57 US

2009-12-16 17:52

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Oh, it would have happened eventually anyway, but old Henry gave it the biggest push!
(Actually, the FIRST truly assembly line mass produced car was the Olds curved dash model.)

AutomobileAndHVACnut US

2012-05-18 17:30

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78Ford250 wrote I never heard the drivers name.


The real name of the storm chaser driving this car was never mentioned, but his nickname is "Preacher"

george1998 US

2013-01-27 00:35

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Nice car. Although I prefer the LTD Crown Victoria. Was it damaged beyond repair?

somedaysuddenly US

2013-12-10 20:09

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nubby wrote The driver's name, if I remember correctly, is Sanders. Oh, and is that a different picture?


The station wagon is Preacher's ride.

no1uno US

2015-09-09 18:57

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1982: the carbureted engine and cassette deck (with cool sliding volume lever) give it away

Stingwood PL

2017-03-05 11:34

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As for rear (best I could do):
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-- Last edit: 2017-03-05 14:53:16

Baube QC

2017-03-05 12:20

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i'll watch it today.. i don't remember seeing a CHMSL...

Baube QC

2017-03-05 12:22

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when they ride in the field there is a shot that we can see the rear

https://youtu.be/h5iKf65xWhk?t=1m30s
no CHMSL confirmed, can't be newer than 1985 ( or lost it at the field's entrance... :D )

-- Last edit: 2017-03-05 12:31:25

Commander 57 US

2017-03-05 14:55

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With an '83-'87 grille visible and no indication of a center brake lamp, range confined to 1983-1985.

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