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1991 Buick Park Avenue

1991 Buick Park Avenue in The Sopranos, TV Series, 1999-2007 IMDB Ep. 2.08

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1991 Buick Park Avenue

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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philr CA

2006-04-19 08:30

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The car is a 1991 Buick Park Avenue (base US/Canada model), the 1992-1994 Park Avenue (base US/Canada model) has the same exterior as this one but it's interior door panels are different. The 1995-96 has minor exterior trim changes.

The Jetta is a 1985-87.

G-MANN UK

2006-04-19 15:16

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[Image: sopranosgismontebuick2aw6.2471.jpg]

Spoiler - click here to see it
This car is used by Matt Bevilaqua (Lillo Brancato Jr.) and Sean Gismonte (Chris Tardio) in their assassination attempt on Christopher Moltisanti in episode 2.8 "Full Leather Jacket".


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rjluna2 US

2009-02-15 01:04

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I :love: this taillight.

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-02-15 01:20

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You might not for the European version :D

rjluna2 US

2009-02-21 00:30

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carchasesfanatic wrote You might not for the European version :D

Did you mean http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Buick_Park_Avenue_1.Version_rear.jpg :D

Already visited at /vehicle_4269-Buick-Park-Avenue-1991.html .

I still think the shape of the taillight is sooo cool!

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taxiguy US

2009-02-21 00:33

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rjluna2 wrote
Did you mean http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Buick_Park_Avenue_1.Version_rear.jpg :D


:wow: Disgusting. American taillights always seemed to be ruined when they modify them for Europe.

antp BE

2009-02-21 11:28

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That's just a normal revenge when you see what US did to bumpers and headlights of some European cars :lol:

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-02-21 11:33

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rjluna2 wrote I still think the shape of the taillight is sooo cool!


Yeah either way they're still cool :)

antp wrote That's just a normal revenge when you see what US did to bumpers and headlights of some European cars :lol:


Touché [:ddr555]

taxiguy US

2009-02-21 21:19

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antp wrote That's just a normal revenge when you see what US did to bumpers and headlights of some European cars :lol:


Fair enough ;)

andrew nicholson EN

2010-09-14 14:01

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antp wrote That's just a normal revenge when you see what US did to bumpers and headlights of some European cars :lol:

You mean Like these: Jaguar XJ /vehicle_7911-Jaguar-XJ6-XJ40.html Mercedes SL /vehicle_2398-Mercedes-Benz-SL-R107-1975.html
Mercedes S-Class /vehicle_6851-Mercedes-Benz-300-SD-W126-1981.html
The Reason america did this with european cars is because up until 1986 there was a law which said all headlights had to be round for safety reasons. BMW was unchanged when sent to america because it already had round headlights.

tonkaTRACKER US

2010-09-14 20:00

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@andrew Nicholson the law had nothing to do with the shape of the lights (there are plenty of pre 1986 US cars with Square lights) Composite headlights were forbidden in America until 1986

rjluna2 US

2010-09-14 20:05

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tonkaTRACKER wrote @andrew Nicholson the law had nothing to do with the shape of the lights (there are plenty of pre 1986 US cars with Square lights) Composite headlights were forbidden in America until 1986

Composite headlight were introduced for the first time in 1983 on Lincoln Continental Mark VII cars.

Link to "en.wikipedia.org"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln_Mark_VII

jettalover US

2010-09-15 03:58

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So philr, based on the interior door panel thumbnail, which year range is this P.A.?

tonkaTRACKER US

2010-09-17 05:36

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@rjluna2 thanks for that, I knew it was somewhere in that range... Makes me wonder why the 84 and 85 honda civics had sealed beams then as it was supposed to be because the composite headlights were not allowed in the US

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