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1986 Dodge Diplomat

1986 Dodge Diplomat in Licence to Kill, Movie, 1989 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1986 Dodge Diplomat

Position 00:47:14 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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Callahan VI

2006-01-24 15:59

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Quality control at Chrysler in the early eighties was so bad, that some of these fleetcars were turned loose with both Plymouth and Dodge badging on the same car!!
Dodge Fury, and Plymouth Diplomat....

Callahan VI

2006-01-24 16:01

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Was extremely popular with Law enforcement though. NYPD even kept a huge inventory of bodyparts for these vehicles.
Not very fast but very reliable engines/transmissions.

Callahan VI

2006-01-24 16:02

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The aftermarket wheels on the Dodge ambulance seem a bit odd to me.

Junkman UK

2006-01-24 16:57

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I was working for the US Army ordnance when these cars were new. Callahan is right, build quality was atrocious. One of ours had the 'Plymouth' badge mounted upside down!

Snookie US

2006-02-16 00:15

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1980 Dodge Diplomat

Callahan VI

2006-06-11 00:52

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Plymouth upside down.. That's really bad. Hopefully only badging was mounted upside down!

Slim US

2006-11-20 19:24

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Actually it's a 1982-89 model because it has the Chrysler Pentastar logo on the trunk which 1980's don't.

Q-Ball JP

2007-04-29 17:58

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Are you sure its a dodge? Chrysler Corp. puts the pentagon logo on all of there eighties cars. it could be a Diplomat, 5th Avenue or a Carrevelle

Jun JP

2007-04-29 18:23

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"DODGE" at the left of Chrysler Penta Star, and right side is "Diplomat" :lol:

antp BE

2007-04-29 22:17

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But are you really sure? :D

Q-Ball JP

2007-06-17 00:36

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I gotta learn to look, but is there such a thing as a plymouth Carrevelle?

-- Last edit: 2007-06-17 00:36:47

Callahan VI

2008-01-07 21:26

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Caravelle was the name for these cars built in Canada. In Europe these were LeBarons.

jettalover US

2008-01-08 04:29

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See "Short Time" for a Caravelle.

G-MANN UK

2008-10-15 23:37

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More Dipolmat police cars:

[Image: licencediplomat1zn6.7756.jpg] [Image: licencediplomat2nt9.6276.jpg] [Image: licencediplomat3kf4.5483.jpg] [Image: licencediplomat4sk1.4363.jpg] [Image: licencediplomat5dg1.2233.jpg]
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Sean MX

2009-09-20 14:19

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I think this is an 1986 you can see the third brake light and also in the Dodge Ram (Ambulance) photo the diplomat have the third brake light.

rjluna2 US

2011-03-09 02:54

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I think I can see CHMSL at the main picture...

ford_guy US

2011-03-09 07:09

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I agree, which makes the main one a 1986-1989 model.

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