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1970 Pontiac Catalina

1970 Pontiac Catalina in Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Movie, 2004 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1970 Pontiac Catalina

Position 00:48:59 [*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

IMCDb FR

2005-01-18 23:09

Pontiac Grand prix

winger

2005-01-19 05:10

Ce n'est pas une Grand Prix mais une Catalina (La calandre est différente). Elle est de 1970.

DJH

2005-12-02 21:57

nice car

dave

2006-03-04 00:53

1970 is right. But couldn't it also be a Bonneville or a Catalina?

explorer4x4

2006-05-16 03:17

Althouth, it doesn't seem like the kind of car that an anchorman like Ron Burgundy should have.

crossroads US

2006-09-01 04:25

ya i was thinking that 2

Settpistol US

2006-11-05 07:51

Yeah you'd think he had a continental. This is taken from the scene with jack black and the chopper,correct?

crossroads US

2006-11-15 22:59

Yes

nickyc05uk UK

2009-02-18 18:25

It's most definitely a Pontiac Catalina (Link to "images.google.co.uk")

Probably one of the best looking US cars ever produced.

portacker US

2011-03-04 09:53

explorer4x4 wrote Although, it doesn't seem like the kind of car that an anchorman like Ron Burgundy should have.

I think the misguided Ron would have a car just like this. The Catalina is the bottom of the full sized Pontiac line, and strangely styled. It's a little "off" just like the Anchorman himself. A classly Lincoln would not suit the him at all.

achiu31 CA

2011-10-21 22:40

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I wonder what those circular vents are for.

somename US

2011-10-21 22:45

^Keeps the car from resembling an Edsel too much.

jettalover US

2011-10-22 02:15

Are they functional vents?

portacker US

2011-10-22 12:09

All full-sized Pontiacs, including Catalinas, received a new Grand Prix-like V-nose grille for 1970 along with 'horns ports' on a facelifted front end.

-- Last edit: 2011-10-22 15:43:19

Commander 57 US

2011-10-22 14:09

Nice photography.
Good front close-up in last thumbnail.

Ddey65 US

2011-10-22 14:18

I like Don Johnson's Executive 400 from Dead Bang a little better than this.
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The fog lights just work so well in it.


portacker US

2014-05-10 02:42

achiu31 wrote [Image: 1123vc.th.png] [Image: 3001y.th.png] [Image: vlcsnap2011102114h54m18.th.png] [Image: vlcsnap2011102114h55m09.th.png]

I wonder what those circular vents are for.


Those are refered in Pontiac lit as "horn vents", what ever that is.

chris40 UK

2014-05-10 07:55

Maybe vents to allow the sound of the horn/s to get out? Just a thought ...

dsl SX

2014-05-10 14:22

Early Jag Mk1 and Mk2 2.4 had same idea - eg http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/98/MHV_Jaguar_2.4_1955_01.jpg . Also several 60s/70s Daimlers eg /vehicle_204115-Daimler-Majestic-Major-DQ450-1961.html

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