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1982 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

1982 Chevrolet Monte Carlo in Breaking Bad, TV Series, 2008-2013 IMDB Ep. 2.01

Class: Cars, CoupÚ — Model origin: US

1982 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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

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vilero ES

2009-04-08 10:08

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APS221 wrote [Image: Breaking_Bad_S1E1-001.jpg]

vilero ES

2009-04-08 10:09

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Production picture
[Image: 163460-BreakingBad1.jpg]

HazyCosmicJive US

2009-05-02 09:42

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They specifically said in several episodes of season 2 that this is a 1989. Weather or not it actually is in real life, I'll leave to the pros. It gets shot up pretty bad and is replaced by an old red Tercel wagon that Jesse buys on the cheap.

taxiguy US

2009-05-02 15:37

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It cannot be a 1989 becuase this Monte Carlo was discontinued after 1988.

APS221 US

2009-05-03 01:22

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There was some discussion on the IMDb forums about the fact that it was called an '89, but a style discontinued after '88. I thought it was a later model, like an '87 or '88, rather than an '82.

-- Last edit: 2009-05-03 01:22:58

rjluna2 US

2009-05-03 01:34

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Composite headlight were available in standard Chevrolet Monte Carlo after 1987 model year. Comments?

440 mopar CA

2009-06-03 04:39

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rjluna2 wrote Composite headlight were available in standard Chevrolet Monte Carlo after 1987 model year. Comments?


Yesh but this doesn't have composite headlights. It's more like a '81-'83 or so.

rodent AT

2010-05-06 21:08

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I dont get why Jesse drops the car after it was tracked down in the shootout with Tuco. New rear windshield, new backlights, new trunk and the car would be good as new :??:

rodent AT

2010-05-31 19:11

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Besides, this is episode 2.01

taco US

2011-08-12 00:06

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Also seen in 3.05:
[Image: 54751704.3756.jpg]

night cub US

2012-07-15 06:22

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1982 grill

antp BE

2012-11-13 17:15

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Seen since ep 1.01:
[Image: 101_brba_003707_c43.jpg]

@Taco > that pic is from 3.05? As the same scene is in 1.01:
[Image: 101_brba_003535_c00.jpg]

ep 1.03:
[Image: 103brba_001147_c01.jpg] [Image: 103brba_004100_c08.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2012-11-27 17:23:38

taco US

2013-07-29 06:43

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antp wrote @Taco > that pic is from 3.05?


Yup. A flashback scene.

antp BE

2013-07-29 17:51

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You reply just when I finally see the episode 3.05 :lol:
(which contains flashbacks indeed - though that I didn't notice the car but I am not very attentive to cars in this series, since it was already completed)

-- Last edit: 2013-07-29 17:52:47

antp BE

2013-09-24 11:04

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For sale: http://screenbid.auctionserver.net/view-auctions/catalog/id/6/lot/334/
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Jesse Pinkman's Monte Carlo had a key role in Breaking Bad, and now the 1982 Chevrolet can be yours.

The last time you saw Jesse Pinkman's Monte Carlo, it was jumping up and down on its crazy hydraulic system and shielding Tuco Salamanca from Hank Schrader.

But that crazy hydraulic system was also Tuco's end: When the car moved lower, Hank was able to shoot the bad guy.

This is the actual red Monte Carlo used in the show.

Getting in the way of Hank and Tuco will do a number on a car, and the Chevrolet got pretty badly beaten up. It's not really drivable. The hood and trunk latches are bad, all door and window seals are bad, and the paint is faded.

Oh yeah, the hydraulic system. It's non-functional.

This is the car that sported a gold fist in the rear window, and was pivotal in the show.

It needs work and is sold as-is.

Breaking Bad fans are going to want Jesse's car.

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