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1977 Dodge Valiant Volare

1977 Dodge Valiant Volare in The Octagon, Movie, 1980 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1977 Dodge Valiant Volare

Position 01:14:42 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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cl82 DE

2011-01-31 12:53

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Volaré?

Ddey65 US

2011-01-31 13:24

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Yes.

antp BE

2011-02-01 14:43

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[Image: i371833.2342.jpg]

Adrian-Hamburg DE

2011-04-29 23:48

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No - it´s an ASPEN !

The picture of "antp" showes the Aspen grille.

rjluna2 US

2011-04-30 02:53

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Indeed, it is Dodge Aspen as shown at the thumbnail provided by antp.

-- Last edit: 2011-04-30 03:06:07

antp BE

2011-05-02 18:14

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note sure that both are the same car, I just regrouped them because they were identified as similar ones (but then it does not harm to list them both as Aspen)

-- Last edit: 2011-05-02 18:14:42

montrosepatriot US

2014-03-01 21:21

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this scene was filmed in Mexico - the Aspen grille with Volare taillights was sold as the Valiant Volare (which was sold via Chrysler de Mexico dealerships) - the Aspen was called a Dart...

Donovan Savage

2014-10-31 00:26

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1976 headlights

night cub US

2014-10-31 03:20

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Main pic has the Volare side trim (low on body). According to Allpar, they started in Mexico in 1977:

"The Aspen/Volare was introduced in Mexico in 1977 as the next-generation Dart and Valiant — as many argued they should have been brought to the United States, that is to say, a year later and with the Dart and Valiant names. During the Volare life span (1977-1982) the Volare was sold as a coupe-form, no-frills Dart, using an Aspen grille and Volare back with a Valiant tag in the tail lights. Back then, every make was sold under one brand; every Chrysler, Dodge or Plymouth car were sold as Dodges, so it was easy to exchange grills and tails to launch a new model. For example, in 1977, the Mexican Volare had the nose of an Aspen, but the tail lights of Volare."
http://www.allpar.com/model/aspen.html


-- Last edit: 2014-10-31 03:20:32

rjluna2 US

2014-10-31 12:54

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Sounds like locally made there, night cub :think:

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