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1974 Panther DeVille Modified for Movie

1974 Panther DeVille in 101 Dalmatians, Movie, 1996 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: UK

1974 Panther DeVille Modified for Movie

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

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jplemoine FR

2006-04-16 19:11

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Je ne me souviens plus si c'est une berline ou un cabriolet, dans le film... Si cabriolet, date de 1ère mise en circulation du modèle: 1976

Ralph DE

2006-04-16 19:23

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jplemoine FR

2006-04-16 19:34

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Bon! On est pas dans la m... C'est un coupé! Peut-être exécuté sur commande spéciale. Les Panther étaient des voitures économiques: le Cabriolet était vendu, en 1979 60 512£, soit 10% de plus qu'une Rolls Camargue... Rien n'est trop beau pour Cruella! (et pour Hollywood...) :mad: bien sûr, le tout animé par un V12 Jaguar, of course!

Ralph DE

2006-04-16 20:13

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[Image: 1010407li.9075.jpg]

beatngu

2006-04-17 13:45

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Beautiful car

any1 SE

2006-04-17 16:26

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I don't think it is a Panther DeVille. The Panther has a leaping Panther as hood ornament and the Panther Wings-emblem. As far as I know, no 2-door coupés were made. Only 4-doors and cabrios...

truckface NO

2006-04-20 08:43

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The Panther was like an english Excalibur, and when i look at the Panther Deville i think of the Bugatti Royale that i believe the cars design was based on.

-- Last edit: 2006-04-20 08:44:20

jplemoine FR

2006-04-20 08:51

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Juste: la Panther De Ville voulait être une copie de la Bugatti Royale, sans en avoir le style ou la majesté (ni la lourdeur, en passant... (lourdeur et majesté, ça va bien ensemble? Hein? Si tu le dis...). et à ce prix-là, tout était possible: demander une exécution spéciale, en coupé hideux (découpe des vites arrières...) par exemple...

truckface NO

2006-04-20 14:16

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What a BEAUTY!!!! :love: (compared to the not-so-beautyfull Panther Kallista) V12 engine????? :??:

-- Last edit: 2006-04-24 19:00:41

junkman UK

2006-04-20 15:56

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truckface wrote What a BEAUTY!!!! (compared to the not-so-beautyfull Panther Kallista) V12 engine????? :??:


You could buy them with either the L6 4.2, or the 5.3 V12 Jaguar engines.

jplemoine FR

2006-04-20 16:11

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Il y a des jours où les à-peu-près des traductions automatiques évitent bien des conflits inutiles et stériles... :D

-- Last edit: 2006-04-29 22:52:35

truckface NO

2006-04-25 10:33

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This Panther re-appears in "102 Dalmatians". ...With polkadots in one scene. :mad:

-- Last edit: 2006-04-25 10:33:46

panther_DeVille AU

2006-08-04 07:36

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Hi, Im Steve, from Australia. Im the guy who asked that this beautiful vehicle was put in the list as i was trying to get some good pics together. This has been my favourite car since the movie was made.

Sexy, Sleek, Sophisticated car with the power to proove !!!!! absolute beauty

sixcyl FR

2006-08-04 08:07

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Kitch!!!

G-MANN UK

2006-08-04 11:20

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The clever thing is that registration would actually fit the criteria for a legitimate British plate: DEV 1L. In Britain you can't just have whatever you want written on a personalized registration like the in the US, it has fit a combination of numbers and letters, you couldn't just have GRAEME but maybe you could have COLIN (COL 1N).

-- Last edit: 2006-08-04 11:23:35

G-MANN UK

2007-10-22 16:01

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Perfect choice of car for Cruella De Vil (Glenn Close), not only does it have a very appropriate name, but it looks similar to the car featured in the animated Disney film and in the original novel (which was zebra-striped and had the loudest horn in the country). I quite like the retro look (although some people criticized it), the coupe looks better than the 4-door version.

-- Last edit: 2007-10-22 16:07:11

tali UK

2008-03-20 02:25

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DEV1L number is a show plate and as mentioned earlier by any1 de ville were 4dr or cabrio only

Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-03-20 02:33

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MyCarCheck.com says "The registration number you entered doesn't exist in our database." I'm surprised that no-one actually has DEV 1L. :)

tali UK

2008-03-20 02:37

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No DEV11L or DEV111L either

XFJaguar US

2009-03-27 15:06

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any1 wrote I don't think it is a Panther DeVille. The Panther has a leaping Panther as hood ornament and the Panther Wings-emblem. As far as I know, no 2-door coupés were made. Only 4-doors and cabrios...



it is a panther deville. it was modified for the movie, and they did make a 2dr coupe and a convertible version, but they didnt have the same rear as this car and they had a differently shaped rear window on the sides of the car.

Adam B. SX

2012-08-27 22:20

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The Panther Deville was handed over to a Panther Club where it was modified for the movie.

In the second movie the car was given a Chevy small block engine so it could generate enough power to perform a powerslide in which Cruella Deville decides do go the wrong way down a one way street in Paris. Because of the expense of the car, The camera as seen to be fixed on the bonnet was in fact attached to a modified vehicle with a bonnet replica attached to the front in case the stunt went wrong.
The car interior is Full black leather with red piping and still has 4 seats. although despite the lack of space, the crew still managed to climb into the back of the car. I think the the cars differ in shape in each movie, Evidence shows this as the spare wheel attached on the back of the car is placed higher up than that of the car out of the second movie. A member of the panther club visited the car in Paris but unfortunately it was in a bad way and had a trouble getting it started.

I hope This helped towards getting more info :)

-- Last edit: 2013-01-17 22:51:02

antp BE

2012-08-28 18:11

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Thanks ;)

eastie SX

2014-02-25 13:37

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Adam B. wrote The Panther Deville was handed over to a Panther Club where it was modified for the movie.

In the second movie the car was given a Chevy small block engine so it could generate enough power to perform a powerslide in which Cruella Deville decides do go the wrong way down a one way street in Paris. Because of the expense of the car, The camera as seen to be fixed on the bonnet was in fact attached to a modified vehicle with a bonnet replica attached to the front in case the stunt went wrong.
The car interior is Full black leather with red piping and still has 4 seats. although despite the lack of space, the crew still managed to climb into the back of the car. I think the the cars differ in shape in each movie, Evidence shows this as the spare wheel attached on the back of the car is placed higher up than that of the car out of the second movie. A member of the panther club visited the car in Paris but unfortunately it was in a bad way and had a trouble getting it started.

I hope This helped towards getting more info :)


Thanks for that. Just wondering how you know so much about the car? Always loved the car! Think it's stunning!

adam b. SX

2015-11-05 03:52

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eastie wrote

Thanks for that. Just wondering how you know so much about the car? Always loved the car! Think it's stunning!


No problem! Extensive research as well as Huntley Archives provided a lot of information via footage.
I am a massive fan of the car! :)

classiccarlover PT

2016-02-19 20:45

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Nice car.

Gamer DE

2017-04-22 21:37

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Epic car! I would have loved to use this as the main pic:
[Image: epiccar.jpg]

Other pics:
[Image: devilledecruella.jpg] [Image: snowdevil.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2017-05-03 12:19:45

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