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1979 Fiat Spider 2000 [124CS]

1979 Fiat Spider 2000 [124CS] in Backdraft, Movie, 1991 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT — Made for: USA

1979 Fiat Spider 2000 [124CS]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Ralph DE

2006-03-05 11:03

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-- Last edit: 2006-03-06 20:06:20

Saturn Simon UK

2006-03-05 12:05

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I think it is a circa 1965 Rambler American with a very dodgy non-standard door mirror.

Ralph DE

2006-03-05 13:31

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it seems not a 1965 Rambler American
Link to "www.geocities.com"

firebird86 US

2006-03-05 18:53

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1974 BMW 3.0 cs, I believe http://www.cars-on-line.com/20107.html

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antp BE

2006-03-05 18:58

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It reminds me also a little old BMWs, but not this model.
But the front does not look like a BMW.

Saturn Simon UK

2006-03-05 19:03

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I think it looks a lot like the Rambler pictured. Just look at the windscreen frame and quarter light. The shape of the bonnet and front wing also look like the Rambler American. And if you find a picture of the American with the hood up you will see that the central post looks like that of the Rambler American too. It certainly looks a lot more like a Rambler American than any BMW.

....So unless anyone has any better suggestions....

-- Last edit: 2006-03-05 19:03:17

Ralph DE

2006-03-05 19:17

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The design of this car must be a mixture from Jaguar E-Type and Alfa Romeo Duetto/Spider

wrenchhead US

2006-03-05 19:45

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The bumpers seem much too thin for a Rambler.

antp BE

2006-03-05 19:48

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I thought that the car to identify was the brown sedan :lol: And it is a BMW 2002, already listed :whistle:
So it is this white car... not easy :/

wrenchhead US

2006-03-05 19:52

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antp wrote ... not easy :/


You told that right - I didn't even see a white car :lol:

firebird86 US

2006-03-06 00:07

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sorry, I didnt think we were looking for the car that we cant see, I assumed it was the car that was the main focus of the pic supplied........ Im reminded what happens when you "ASS-U-ME" anything :whistle:

-- Last edit: 2006-03-06 00:10:22

Junkman UK

2006-03-06 17:44

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I'm confused. There are apparently three cars here. The brown BMW 2002, a white car and the convertible with Juliette Lewis (?) at the wheel.

Ralph DE

2006-03-06 20:00

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The convertible is a the white car drove by Jennifer Jason Leigh with (in the german version) V8 sound.
Jennifer Jason Leigh is the Actress in a leading role. The car is spotting only in this scene.

Apology that i did not think on the BMW , because its my own car.

Saturn Simon UK

2006-03-07 16:54

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I still think it's a Rambler American (the convertible with the girl in it that we can hardly see), only I now think it is more likely a 1964 model.

Junkman UK

2006-03-07 18:05

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You might be right, Saturn Simon, but it could as well be an early 60s Studebaker Lark.

Saturn Simon UK

2006-03-08 17:36

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It's not a Lark as the pillar and quarterlight are wrong for that model. On post '63 Larks the top of quarterlight window had a very short horizontal edge. This car has perfectly triangular quarlights with no horizontal edge at the top - like on the Rambler American.

1962 and earlier Larks had wrap-around windscreens and almost rectangular quarterlights.

Ralph DE

2006-03-09 22:42

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it is't a 1964 Rambler American

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wrenchhead US

2006-03-10 16:06

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Lets see, we are looking for a 4 seat convertible with rounded sides and wings that has a post behind the front window, vent windows and a hump on the front of the bonnet. A 1953 Nash Rambler with the bonnet ornament removed may fit those requirements ??


-- Last edit: 2006-03-10 16:07:28

knghtmat US

2006-07-04 19:40

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It's a BMW 70's early 80's.

Firebird86 US

2006-07-04 21:34

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knghtmat wrote It's a BMW 70's early 80's.

Please read the previous posts, We are looking for the car you cant see very much of. (the one the girl is sitting in)

929V6 NL

2009-08-28 23:04

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How about a Fiat 124 Spider?

929V6 NL

2009-09-25 21:00

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I haven't seen the movie, but are you really sure the V8 sound comes from this car? Although I can't find any pictures of a combination of missing headrests and plastic outside mirrors, I'm still almost convinced it's a Fiat (124) Spider rather than a Dodge Dart (especially compare the front window frames).

The Fiat also has the humps on the bonnet:
Link to "www.cargurus.com"

an_unusual_eye US

2009-09-29 01:59

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929V6 wrote I haven't seen the movie, but are you really sure the V8 sound comes from this car? Although I can't find any pictures of a combination of missing headrests and plastic outside mirrors, I'm still almost convinced it's a Fiat (124) Spider rather than a Dodge Dart (especially compare the front window frames).

The Fiat also has the humps on the bonnet:
Link to "www.cargurus.com"



i agree... 1979ish fiat 124 spider. i've seen the light.

bref FR

2009-10-02 21:51

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And this mirror is very often seen on US version. After 3 and a half years, let's go Fiat

benfolio US

2009-10-19 20:44

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I've always wondered what car it was that she drove away in ever since I saw the movie way back in 1991 when it premiered... now I know.

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