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1967 Plymouth Belvedere II (as GTX)

1967 Plymouth Belvedere in Joe Dirt, Movie, 2001 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1967 Plymouth Belvedere II (as GTX)

Position 01:24:05 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2004-10-17 23:18

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01-24-05

Voiture de Joe

-- Last edit: 2015-12-29 14:20:31 (afonso)

'Bert US

2006-08-03 23:31

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this is a hemi GTX convertible.

antp BE

2006-08-03 23:40

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Why GTX rather than Belvedere?

Explorer4x4

2006-08-03 23:43

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Didn't the Belvedere lack the stripe?

Rocker B. J.

2006-09-04 18:05

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Actually it's Belvedere GTX same as Tommy Boy.

MoparBabe360 US

2008-08-21 21:49

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"my HEMI!!!" -- Joe Dirt

this car is really only shown in a couple scenes in the movie...but it blows the doors off of Kid Rock's GM, which is enough for me :)

tony US

2008-09-18 22:47

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David Spade must like GTX's with cragar wheels, same as car in Tommy boy.

johnny1 CA

2009-01-01 03:22

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Yep....and he didn't destroy this one

moparguy1973 US

2009-11-22 20:34

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This car is improperly referred to as a "competition orange Hemi Road Runner" when he first sees the car. The RoadRunner wouldn't come out until the next year, 1968. This is a 1967 Belvedere GTX.

Skid US

2009-11-22 21:16

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The hood stripes are the style used on the 1969 Road Runner...I guess in an feeble attempt to pass it off as the latter car.

stpaulcarguy US

2010-04-16 22:16

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tony wrote David Spade must like GTX's with cragar wheels, same as car in Tommy boy.

I was thinking the same thing except my thought was he must have a thing for GTX's. or it could just be an extra from Tommy Boy they repainted.

tony US

2011-05-03 04:14

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If you look at both cars from joe dirt & tommy boy they have the same wheels and brand of tires!

cditomaso US

2013-04-10 04:46

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I made a video collage of all the scenes with the 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX convertible from Joe Dirt and Tommy Boy. Enjoy.

Joe Dirt: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HEgqH_GRjSw

Tommy Boy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U05y06ikKbI

cditomaso US

2013-04-18 04:19

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I am thinking it is the same car in Joe Dirt, there are too many similarities. I also believe the GTX was actually a clone made from a Belvedere or Satellite. I say this because it is missing a few options you would expect to see standard on a GTX (Mopar experts, please advise):
1) 120mph speedometer gauge - see pic (GTX had a standard 150mph speedometer gauge)
2) Column shift (console shift standard on GTX?)
3) Missing chrome brake light bezel (standard on GTX), however these could have been removed.
4) Missing chrome wheel-well trim (pretty sure standard on GTX), however these could have been removed.
5) Bench seat up front (not sure if GTX had standard buckets or not)
6) No competition gas cap and bezel (standard on GTX)

Anyone spot anything else?
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-- Last edit: 2013-04-18 04:19:53 (Sandie)

CougarTim US

2016-01-01 21:42

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^I agree, not a real GTX. Other standard GTX features included chrome "pit-stop" gas cap and chromed duel exhaust tips. The third thumbnail clearly illustrates their absence here. Bucket seats were standard on Satellite and GTX, so this one with its front bench would have to be a Belvedere II.

CougarTim US

2016-01-01 21:52

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antp wrote [Image: 3.1139.jpg]


On the left, a 1966 Ford (Galaxie 500 XL or LTD) and a 1966 Chrysler (Newport or New Yorker)

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