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1978 Ford F-350 Custom

1978 Ford F-350 in Arrested Development, TV Series, 2003-2018 IMDB Ep. 1.06+

Class: Cars, Chassis Cab — Model origin: US

1978 Ford F-350 Custom

[*][*][*][*][*] The vehicle is part of the movie

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vilero ES

2009-08-14 20:32


tv boy wrote [Image: arr15b.7981.jpg][Image: arr15f.1122.jpg][Image: arr15g.3515.jpg]

rjluna2 US

2009-08-15 01:57


1978 due to flat matte headlight trim.

Should be listed as Cab-Chassis.

tv boy US

2009-08-17 15:12


"Watch out for low bridges and hop-ons...you will have hop-ons!"

When the financially struggling Bluth family is forced to give up many of their assets, Michael sells the Bluth plane to someone who didn't want the staircar that came with it. So they adopted the car as their primary means of transportation, giving the show a mascot, a very apt metaphor for a dysfunctional family who's lost their wealth, and a source for numerous very funny sight gags.

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The plane is only seen in a brief black and white photo. This is a reverse of what we usually see in movies, where the plane has a starring role and the staircar is a very minor supporting player.

Midway through the first season, the staircar switches inexplicably to a later Ford....


...then switches back at the beginning of season two.

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-- Last edit: 2009-08-17 15:17:16

rjluna2 US

2009-08-17 18:56


tv boy wrote ...then switches back at the beginning of season two.

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This one is 1979 version due to chrome headlight trim.

Also at foreground at /vehicle_243735-Audi-TT-Typ-8N.html .

-- Last edit: 2009-08-17 18:57:09

tv boy US

2009-08-17 22:51


In that case should the '79 get its own page?

Shervinator US

2011-04-08 20:47


In that case, the '79 SHOULD get its own page.

Yoda US

2011-04-10 05:05


The "'79" in the pics above is a '67-72 that's had the '78-79 grille added.

-- Last edit: 2013-06-05 06:16:54

sixcyl FR

2013-06-02 19:19


It should lead to an airplane some where :think:

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