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1968 Plymouth Belvedere

1968 Plymouth Belvedere in Gone in 60 Seconds, Movie, 1974 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1968 Plymouth Belvedere

Position 01:09:26 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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antp BE

2011-04-14 17:38

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If I am right, this is a 1968 model, as it is a little different from /vehicle_5822-Plymouth-Belvedere-1969.html
(are the rear-view pictures correctly listed?)

It was the same one in the night chase I guess:

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-- Last edit: 2014-04-02 17:44:22 (karoomay)

CougarTim US

2011-04-15 00:24

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The rear-views are correct. :)

cudak888 US

2012-06-03 21:25

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Hmm. Interesting possibilities for a video mashup between ADAM-12 and Gone in 60 Seconds.

-Kurt

cudak888 US

2012-10-25 05:13

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FYI, despite the fact that Halicki bought most of these cars at auction, I'm not sure that the nighttime '68 is an authentic LAPD cruiser. The "POLICE" font is wrong (and it doesn't wear a roster number), as is the location of "To Protect and Serve." Additionally, I'm not quite sure the model of siren is correct, and the Trio T-2 can lights flash at the same time, front and back; an LAPD unit would have solid lights in front, and alternating in the rear.

-Kurt

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