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1988 Chrysler Fifth Avenue

1988 Chrysler Fifth Avenue in Breaking Bad, TV Series, 2008-2013 IMDB Ep. 2.13

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1988 Chrysler Fifth Avenue

Position 00:05:15 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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hazycosmicjive US

2010-04-05 05:37

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Just saw a preview for the 4th episode of season three. Looks like this car will get some more screen time.

440 mopar CA

2010-04-05 16:57

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He is driving a 90's Buick now :(

hazycosmicjive US

2010-04-05 23:19

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Well he couldn't be seen in this. He was taking surveillance of Walter, who would have recognized the car. Like I said though, it looks to be showing up in the next episode. Love those old M-bodies.

440 mopar CA

2010-04-06 03:56

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I hope so, I love the M's too.

I really like this character, I always liked Jonathan Banks too actually. Usually a bad guy and usually gets killed but fun to watch. :)

hazycosmicjive US

2010-04-10 02:54

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Yeah, he's natural in this role.

Iteza FR

2010-04-13 13:54

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From 3.04:
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hazycosmicjive US

2010-05-01 06:28

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I just paused a scene on my hdtv. This car has an airbag, so it's more likely a 1989. It was standard that year. In 1988, it only just became an option about halfway through the year. I recently purchased a nearly identical 1989 Fifth Avenue. It's a great car.

no1uno US

2011-01-09 07:52

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hazycosmicjive wrote I just paused a scene on my hdtv. This car has an airbag, so it's more likely a 1989. It was standard that year. In 1988, it only just became an option about halfway through the year. I recently purchased a nearly identical 1989 Fifth Avenue. It's a great car.

Yup, most likely an '89, this 'Fifth has one of the most common color combos on the '88s/'89s

440 mopar CA

2011-08-15 19:38

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Looks like it's the end of the road for the 5th Avenue. They beat the back end of the car up pretty good last night backing it into a Cadillac. At least it was featured heavily in the episode.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDZATDv9Lls

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APS221 US

2011-08-15 23:27

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I don't think so. Gus told Mike he would pay for the repairs (to both cars).

hazycosmicjive US

2011-08-16 18:13

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Unless they used 2 cars, I guess I was wrong before, because this car doesn't have an airbag. I think I just got a crappy view and made an incorrect assumption. It's an '88. There were some great shots of it in this episode- it has a lot of character to it.

taco US

2011-08-19 23:20

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Ep. 4.05
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taco US

2012-10-07 06:28

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Ep. 5.02
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Ep. 5.06
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Q-Ball JP

2012-10-08 00:37

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These Fifth Avenues are really plentiful among the internet and used car dealers. Unlike the Gran Fury and the Diplomat and early LeBaron's, these seem to have survived the trials of time pretty well.

night cub US

2012-10-08 01:18

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That's because there were more Fifth Avenues made and sold than the Diplomat and Gran Fury combined. There were more than a half million Fifth Aves, less than a quarter million Diplomats, and a little over 100,000 Gran Furies and 1980-81 LeBarons each. The first generation (1977-79) Diplomat and LeBaron were much better sellers than the second generation, but there was also a gas crisis that ate into large car sales from late 1979-81. For 1982 Chrysler decided to refocus the M-bodies, with the Dodge and Plymouth going after fleet sales, and making the Fifth Avenue a Cadillac/Lincoln alternative.

Sandie SX

2012-10-08 01:40

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Also, the numbers would be further affected by the usage. Fleet cars lead tougher and shorter lives whereas near-luxury cars will tend to sell to older people who take better care of their cars.

Q-Ball JP

2012-10-08 02:17

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I've been thinking about purchasing one in the near future as a daily driver. Plentiful parts, reliable, and comfortable.

Q-Ball JP

2013-06-15 05:25

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Scratch that. i HAVE purchased one as a daily driver.

CRAFT372 US

2014-02-03 13:29

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4 stars it was used in atleast 3 seasons of the show

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