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1971 Plymouth Road Runner

1971 Plymouth Road Runner in Gone in 60 Seconds, Movie, 1974 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1971 Plymouth Road Runner

Position 01:00:54 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle



2004-10-12 08:36


Ce serait pas plutot une Raod Runner, un peu comme celle de Daisy Duke dans "sheriff fais-moi peur" ??

Parce qu'il me semble que les satellite ont 4 portes, et les Road Runner sont les deux portes de la gamme...


2004-10-12 11:18


Le Road Runner est la version "muclée" de la Satellite :)

Celle ci peut etre donc une Satellite. possible.


2005-08-01 23:20


The hood gills indicate this is a Road Runner, the grille suggests a 1972 model, but it could be a 1971.

antp BE

2005-12-28 17:44


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-- Last edit: 2014-04-02 19:42:11 (karoomay)

moparguy1973 US

2006-06-28 04:38


This car is a 1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring. It has the Satellite grille, but only the Sebring and Sebring Plus came with the Road Runner-style hood.

Carfan US

2006-06-28 17:51


I always thought this was a GTX.

thecarexpert US

2006-09-30 05:54


This is definately a 71 GTX, The only way it can have that hood and the chrome down the side is if it a GTX. If you look close you can also see the "GTX" emblem on the quarters in front of the rear wheels.

Skid US

2007-01-15 21:06


I just checked the DVD...the letter on the side of the hood says "383," so it's definitely not a '71 GTX...they only were available with the 440 or 426 Hemi. Also, GTXs had "GTX" letter in the grille. Although there are side badges in front of the rear wheels, they appear to be too small and too high up to be 1971 GTX badges.

I'm jumping on the Satellite Sebring bandwagon.

-- Last edit: 2007-01-15 21:07:48

Settpistol US

2007-04-30 06:41


I don't care what it is! I LOVE SATELLITES!

Skid US

2007-05-01 15:33


Well, this is no doubt a Satellite.

Picture of a '71 GTX for comparison....note the different grille and the difference in badges on the rear quarters.

Link to "www.musclecarclub.com"

moparguy1973 US

2007-07-08 22:53


If the emblem on the quarter panels is too high up to be a GTX, then it has to be a Satellite Sebring or a Sebring Plus. Road Runners had the quarter emblem, but their grille is different. It's definitely a 1971, it has the 71-only side marker lights.

Bricklin1990 US

2008-03-08 04:58


This is a GTX, not a Satellite.


2008-05-30 04:56


This has to be a 1971 Plymouth Roadrunner

1. The tail lights that are visible in antp's pic post are rectangular; only 71 had rectangular, 72 was more octagonal

2. The grill pictured was only on the GTX and the Roadrunner in 1971, while it was on the Satellite in 71 and 72.

3.The hood was only offered on the GTX and Roadrunner, NEVER ,UNLESS SPECIAL, SPECIAL ordered, was it offered on the Satellite (even if it was a Sebring Plus).

4. The emblem on the grill is to small to be the GTX or the Satellite (GTX was the big letters that are very visible and the Satellite was a strip divided into the three colors of the French flag).

All of info= 1971 Plymouth Roadrunner
All of this info has come from my own personal research on my own 1971 Plymotuh Satellite Sebring Plus and from other fellow enthusiasts of the 1971-72 Plymouth B-body that have shared info with me through various respected arcticles and even original brochures of this body style.
OF course there is the off chance that the film makers threw on a RR or GTX hood on a Satellite along with the RR grill emblem.

tony US

2008-09-18 21:20


I vote "sebring plus" with Road Runner hood.

-- Last edit: 2013-06-01 02:46:43


2008-12-21 04:13


It can't be a Sebring Plus... I have one and they were never optioned with a air grabber hood like that. They have the more flat hood without inserts.But what does it matter. When you take off all the badges and the hood you have a Satellite

-- Last edit: 2008-12-21 04:13:45

chally CA

2009-04-29 17:11


This is a 1971 model Satellite/Road Runner/Sebring Plus. This is Hollywood so
the possability that they used spare parts to make this car a very good guess at best.
I agree that the 71 to 74 B-Body cars were the most stylish.

scribby31 CA

2010-01-21 19:04


I too believe this to be a 1971 Roadrunner. No matter what is is, it crushes me to see this car get T-Boned in this movie.

pixelkilla US

2010-03-25 20:54


This was a crummy movie, and one I cannot bear to watch ever again. Guess in 1974 these cars were a dime a dozen, but just thinking now how I'd love to have any of them, not to mention what they would be worth, makes me sick. But Hollywood always had a penchant for glorifying IMHO "stupid" and faddish cars, and wrecking the great ones.

typhlosion US

2011-05-11 03:40


oh cry us a river

Cycolac Fan EN

2012-01-25 19:11


Not that badly damaged doorlooks fine, so does the bumper. A new rear panel and maybe suspension/rear brake repair probably had it back on the road in 24 hours.
Remember Toby Halicki's business was crash damage repair...

Commander 57 US

2012-01-25 19:13


Pixelkilla tells it like it is.

jenanistonfan1 US

2012-06-29 20:24


BEEP BEEP :lol: :lol: :lol:

-- Last edit: 2012-06-30 05:27:26

Moester AU

2012-08-19 11:28


I never like seeing this car get hit.
Great looking car.

pixelkilla US

2013-01-23 14:38


@typhlosion - really? Using this site to flame people? You just don't get it, the whole auto history thing...okay, but keep the childish comments to yourself.

no-a RU

2014-09-18 02:40


Whatever it was, its die-cast copy definitely is inaccurate :think:

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62imperial US

2015-08-21 00:19


One other odd detail - the license plates are from Illinois, 1973 issue:
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Classics fan BG

2016-02-08 00:31


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-- Last edit: 2016-02-08 00:32:24

No1uno US

2018-03-26 10:36


Its a Satellite Sebring (notice the emblem below the rear window) with a Roadrunner hood and grill, also notice the left fender has a turn signal indicator and right side doesn't

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