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1995 Plymouth Neon

1995 Plymouth Neon in Last Night, Movie, 1998 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1995 Plymouth Neon

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

Comments about this vehicle

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rjluna2 US

2011-06-22 01:56

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Is that a Dodge badge on the bonnet?

gmguy CA

2011-06-22 02:12

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Plymouth, if im not mistaken.

-- Last edit: 2011-06-22 02:13:04 (G-MANN)

G-MANN UK

2011-06-22 02:14

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rjluna2 well done for correctly using an 'a' in that sentence! :D Normally you'd just write "Is that Dodge badge on bonnet?"

-- Last edit: 2011-06-22 02:14:50

cieraguy US

2011-06-22 02:22

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Looks like the purple Pentastar badge that Plymouth used on the Neon for 1995 (Dodge always used the Ram's head logo, I believe)... it was replaced with the sailboat logo from 1996 on.

-- Last edit: 2011-06-22 02:22:41

rjluna2 US

2011-06-22 02:47

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G-MANN wrote rjluna2 well done for correctly using an 'a' in that sentence! :D Normally you'd just write "Is that Dodge badge on bonnet?"

Thanks, G-MANN :)

Due to my hearing impaired and most of my communication, small words such as 'a' and other are usually left out. With this site and other comments posting, I am still working on my English structures. It is a never ending learning process.

-- Last edit: 2011-06-22 02:47:35

G-MANN UK

2011-06-22 02:49

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Oh I see, I didn't know you had a hearing problem.

rjluna2 wrote Due to my hearing impaired and most of my communication, small words such as 'a' and other are usually left out.


So is it less "second nature" when writing?

-- Last edit: 2011-06-22 03:06:40

rjluna2 US

2011-06-22 13:46

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G-MANN wrote So is it less "second nature" when writing?

Exactly :)

I can read them without any problem. It is just how I think and convey my word into writing as if it is some kind of conversation. Occassionally, I have to re-read the sentence as I now type making sure I said it correctly before hitting comment button. It is not like a second nature as you guys can type without double checking your sentence structure as I needed to do so.

-- Last edit: 2011-06-22 13:50:31

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