[ Login ]

Advertising

Last completed movie pages

Fighting the Sky; X-Men: The Last Stand; Dans la tourmente; Jiu shi liu liu de ta; Chogukŭl pattŭrŏganŭn aegukchabubudŭl; Paektusan ch'ongdaero pinnanŭn choguk; Kundangch'aegimbisŏ; Into The Storm; Recall; Plaga zombie; Kongsawan'gongŭl hyanghae ch'ongdolgyŏk'aeganda; The Client; Staged Killer; Walter; Miguel San Miguel; (more...)

1972 Plymouth Cricket Wagon

1972 Plymouth Cricket Wagon in Cherry 2000, Movie, 1987 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: UK — Made for: USA

1972 Plymouth Cricket Wagon

Position 01:18:53 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

440 Mopar CA

2008-05-24 23:41

Quote

Looks alot like a '74-'78 Chrysler Newport/New Yorker but the hood is wrong for one of those. Windsheild looks GM though...

440 Mopar CA

2008-05-24 23:42

Quote

oh, this one is for the middle car, I see now the other one is a Olds...:)

CougarTim US

2008-05-25 03:48

Quote

Doesn't look American to me. Volkswagen Dasher wagon, maybe?

customcadillac US

2008-05-25 16:51

Quote

Starting with the hideous green behemoth in the foreground:

1) Either a Cadillac Eldorado or Olds Toronado, pre-1975. (you have to see behind the rear of the door to make the distinction between olds/Caddy - the grilles differed, the body panels did not from front bumper back through the doors, wheel covers differed too, but on this pic.... moot point. The color says "probably-Olds" to me.)
2) European VW product of unknown (to me) model.
3) Plymouth Volare.

fortengo HU

2008-05-25 18:29

Quote

Some details of the burgundy-coloured wagon don’t match with VWs. To me it looks more like a 1972 Plymouth Cricket (US-version of the British Hillman Avenger).

chris40 UK

2008-05-25 21:00

Quote

Agree with fortengo, Plymouth Cricket: the tailgate is unmistakable. I didn't know the wagon was sold in the States.

Raul1983 FI

2008-05-25 21:07

Quote

Here is a picture I found of Cricket wagon. Plymouth Cricket was only offered from 1971 to 1973.

[Image: cricketsv0.9661.jpg]

chris40 UK

2008-05-25 21:22

Quote

Thanks, Raul: that's the baby :)

CougarTim US

2008-05-25 23:58

Quote

Wow, that's pretty rare.

According to Wikipedia and Allpar, the Cricket Wagon was introduced in Spring, 1972.

big dave VA

2008-05-26 18:28

Quote

Yeah, good eye Fortengo. Those are rare is US.

Bubbles CA

2010-12-18 18:42

Quote

First car is either a 72-73 Caprice or a 74ish Ford LTD, second is is a Plymouth Cricket (Based on a Mitsubishi Mirage) there is a Dodge version of the car also, its called a Colt, and the third car is a late 70's Dodge Aspen or Plymouth Volare, kinda neat to see the t-roof.

CougarTim US

2010-12-18 18:59

Quote

Bubbles wrote second is is a Plymouth Cricket (Based on a Mitsubishi Mirage) there is a Dodge version of the car also, its called a Colt,


^That's not entirely accurate. The original 1971-1973 Plymouth Cricket was based on the British Hillman Avenger. The 1973-1975 Cricket was Mitsubishi-based and was only sold in Canada.

an_unusual_eye US

2010-12-18 19:04

Quote

CougarTim wrote

^That's not entirely accurate. The original 1971-1973 Plymouth Cricket was based on the British Hillman Avenger. The 1973-1975 Cricket was Mitsubishi-based and was only sold in Canada.


... and the first car IS either an olds or a caddy. but the t-top mopar is unusual.

night cub US

2010-12-18 19:24

Quote

The T-top Mopar is a Volare.

/vehicle_175782-Plymouth-Volare-1976.html

-- Last edit: 2010-12-18 19:26:31

CougarTim US

2010-12-18 19:34

Quote

And the front car is a Toronado - /vehicle_175781-Oldsmobile-Toronado-1975.html

Add a comment

You must login to post comments...

Advertising