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1978 Cadillac Seville

1978 Cadillac Seville in Falling Down, Movie, 1993 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1978 Cadillac Seville

Position 00:04:50 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


antp BE

2006-02-01 23:27


Rear visible there: /vehicle_20570-Chrysler.html

vilero wrote First comments below were referred to a picture as [Image: falling5.jpg]
[Image: falling7.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2012-05-22 11:20:25 (vilero)

Junkman UK

2006-02-01 23:43


Are you positive it is not this car?


antp BE

2006-02-02 00:05


It is not this precise car, for sure, but it could be the same model, possible ;)

-- Last edit: 2006-02-02 00:05:48

hiergehts CH

2006-02-02 07:14


By the look of it I would guess full size GM from the mid 80's - so a large Cadillac, Oldsmobile or Buick sedan.

Saturn Simon UK

2006-02-02 17:11


It's definitely a Cadillac, but which one is impossible to tell. Is there really any value in keeping this picture?

philr CA

2006-02-02 17:13


It looks like a 70's Cadillac Seville with the optional coach lamps.


antp BE

2006-02-02 17:30


Quote Is there really any value in keeping this picture?

I would say yes: the car is visible for "long" time in few close shots, and the driver is visible few times too (I hesitated between 1 and 2 stars), like for the black Chrysler convertible.
Later the car is visible again in background, I can try to make a better picture.

-- Last edit: 2006-02-02 17:30:39

antp BE

2006-02-04 12:15


Another picture, visible on the right:

[Image: falling9.jpg]

Can't get more of the car :/

-- Last edit: 2012-05-22 11:06:52 (vilero)

mrcadillac SX

2006-06-23 17:44


Definitely a first-generation Cadillac "Seville" sedan, probably 1978-1979. I've seen the optional opera lamps on a '78 model, in a factory product catalog, but I've never actually seen these listed as an "option". The "Seville" was always described [as was also the 1957-60 "Eldorado Brougham"] as a "complete car" (i.e. no extra-cost options).

jettalover US

2012-05-23 01:53


Dumbass in the Seville is looking at the camera.

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