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1979 Plymouth Champ

1979 Plymouth Champ in Pulp Fiction, Movie, 1994 IMDB

Class: Cars, Hatchback — Model origin: JP — Made for: USA

1979 Plymouth Champ

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G-MANN UK

2010-03-18 01:41

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rjluna2 US

2010-03-18 01:43

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Is that Plymouth Colt?

CougarTim US

2010-03-18 04:51

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For this generation, the Plymouth version was called Champ. I know you could get striping like that on the Plymouth Champ, but it might have been offered on the Dodge Colt too.

karoomay SY

2010-03-18 14:09

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The badge looks more like it says Colt rather than Champ.

cko US

2011-10-06 06:23

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US-version of Mitsubishi Mirage. A favorite of mine.Sadly, almost extinct.I used to see them a lot.Its been at least 8 years since ive seen one in person in the US.Theres still a few out west, and a few in Texas,but most have long rusted away.I think the previous generation colts survived better than these.

karoomay SY

2011-10-06 20:31

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In Syria, I can still see some 2nd gen Mitsubishi Colt 5 door hatchbacks (no 3 door hatchbacks or 4 door sedans were imported) running on the streets. For example, here's a glimpse of one I caught by chance while I was driving on a highway near Damascus, a few summers ago. It's not unusual for people in Syria to keep cars that are 30-40 years old.
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I know to some it's a boring boxy 80s Japanese car, but I am glad to still see them around. :p

cko US

2011-10-07 00:58

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Same with the Philippines. Both these and the 70s Lancers have survived much better than they did here. If you go on Adpost or Ayos Dito you can still find a few.I even see a few Celeste's on there.Those were never very common in the US.
Isnt Syria warm and dry? Thats usually the best climate for cars like that to survive.

karoomay SY

2011-10-07 04:48

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Yes, Syria does have a warm and dry climate, :sun: so it definitely helps for cars to last longer there.

cko US

2011-10-07 06:24

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http://www.ayosdito.ph/Mitsubishi+Colt+MT+81-2241682.htm

cko US

2011-10-07 06:34

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http://www.ayosdito.ph/Mitsubishi+Mirage+Two+Doors+82-1968768.htm?last=1

http://www.ayosdito.ph/Mitsubishi+Colt+MT+82-2155155.htm

http://www.ayosdito.ph/Mitsubishi+Colt+MT+81-2061219.htm

http://www.ayosdito.ph/Mitsubishi+Colt+MT+81-2031565.htm

They also used the colt name there. Colt Mirage is another name they went by. We just called them Colt here.They have a lot of humidity in the Philippines but people take very good care of their cars and keep them going longer,so they have ways of preventing rust.Still a lot of old Toyotas and VW Bugs, in addition to these.They make them last.

BrentMosher420 US

2015-06-20 09:47

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cko wrote US-version of Mitsubishi Mirage. A favorite of mine.Sadly, almost extinct.I used to see them a lot.Its been at least 8 years since ive seen one in person in the US.Theres still a few out west, and a few in Texas,but most have long rusted away.

There are two silver ones in mint conditions right outside of Orangeburg, SC.

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