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1979 Plymouth Horizon TC3

1979 Plymouth Horizon TC3 in GoldenEye, Movie, 1995 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1979 Plymouth Horizon TC3

Position 01:17:44 [*] Background vehicle

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no_car EE

2006-01-14 18:37

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on the right

-- Last edit: 2006-01-14 18:44:49

Junkman UK

2006-01-14 19:18

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Plymouth Horizon, or Dodge Omni?

antp BE

2006-01-14 19:36

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I thought these were 5-door, like the Simca/Talbot Horizon :??:

stronghold EN

2006-01-14 19:58

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Junkman is right..I'd go with Dodge Omni.

Saturn Simon UK

2006-01-14 19:58

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The coupe versions of the Omni/Horizon were The Plymouth TC3, and the Dodge Omni 024. It's hard to tell which from this photo, but I think it is most likely to be the TC3.

Junkman UK

2006-01-14 20:05

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There were the 5-doors, that looked very similar to the Talbot/Simca Horizon, albeit no part was interchangeable between the French and the US version (personal experience). Apart from these, there were the 'Coupes', like the one pictured, but they were only built in the US. Dodge called it the Omni 024, Plymouth the Horizon TC3, as far as I can remember. There was also a mini-pickup based on these, that was called Plymouth Scamp. Wether the car here is a Dodge or a Plymouth, I cannot tell, since the differences were marginal, so we would have to read the scriptplate. They sold like hot cakes in their day and gave us a lot of grief (I was working for the US Army PX Garage in Berlin at the time) due to atrocious build quality. Try to find one now, hehe....

stronghold EN

2006-01-15 03:50

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I had similar build quality problems with a Pontiac 6000 STE ... at the same time as these Dodge/plymouth.! (Computer chip packed up..and would cost a fortune to replace ... so was driving for a while...without Speedo.. fuel gauge etc.!)
NOT a safe way to drive.!! :)

DIEHARD NL

2006-01-15 16:04

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The red car is a Toyota Celica

hiergehts CH

2006-03-30 02:10

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Celica is 1984-85 model. All those late 70's-early 80's Chrysler USA products like the Plymouth TC3 & Dodge 024 are really mediocre - a perfect example of a throw away 'transportation appliance'. Today they are almost totally extinct & no one misses them either...

I remember also seeing a USA version Renault Fuego twice during this part of the film in the background traffic.

azzaa NZ

2006-06-15 10:45

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Red car is not just a Celica... Its a Celica Supra (before the supra became a model in its own right). Lotus helped toyota design it (and pinched a few parts for the Lotus excel at the same time)

cieraguy US

2006-09-07 16:19

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It's a Plymouth Horizon TC3 but what the heck is it doing in Russia!?

hiergehts CH

2006-10-14 03:08

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cieraguy wrote It's a Plymouth Horizon TC3 but what the heck is it doing in Russia!?


Charity?? :whistle:

garco NL

2006-10-14 15:06

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Yellow is Lada Niva?

antp BE

2006-10-14 15:10

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I think that it is, yes

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an_unusual_eye US

2010-05-02 01:39

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"Horizon TC3" not just TC3... and (for what it may be worth) the red car isn't a Supra (6 cyl.), it is a 4 cyl. Celica.

maxman CA

2012-02-09 04:25

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They really couldn't find any Soviet built vehicles for the set in England, could they?

and003 US

2012-11-26 23:03

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Junkman wrote There were the 5-doors, that looked very similar to the Talbot/Simca Horizon, albeit no part was interchangeable between the French and the US version (personal experience). Apart from these, there were the 'Coupes', like the one pictured, but they were only built in the US. Dodge called it the Omni 024, Plymouth the Horizon TC3, as far as I can remember. There was also a mini-pickup based on these, that was called Plymouth Scamp. Whether the car here is a Dodge or a Plymouth, I cannot tell, since the differences were marginal, so we would have to read the scriptplate. They sold like hot cakes in their day and gave us a lot of grief (I was working for the US Army PX Garage in Berlin at the time) due to atrocious build quality. Try to find one now, hehe....

Judging from the design of the taillights, I would say this is a Plymouth Horizon TC3. There was a story about a V-8 powered TC3 in Mopar Action years ago, and it had the same taillights as the one in this picture.

Too bad I couldn't acquire this one. If I had the money and means, I could turn this car into a Pro-Touring car along the lines of what Woody's Hot Rodz did with a 1971 Chevy Vega a while back.

Lateef NO

2014-01-12 20:34

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Amber turn signals: 1979-80

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