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1978 Chrysler Hunter DL 1725 [Arrow]

1978 Chrysler Hunter [Arrow] in The Professionals, TV Series, 1977-1983 IMDB Ep. 2.08

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK — Built in: IE

1978 Chrysler Hunter DL 1725 [Arrow]

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

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stronghold EN

2007-05-30 16:52

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The vehicle details for CLE 520T are:

Date of Liability 01 04 1992
Date of First Registration 18 08 1978
Year of Manufacture 1978
Cylinder Capacity (cc) 1724CC
CO2 Emissions Not Available
Fuel Type Petrol
Export Marker Not Applicable
Vehicle Status Unlicensed
Vehicle Colour BLUE
Vehicle Type Approval null

stronghold EN

2007-05-30 17:10

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First Chrysler Hunter on the site ;)

240 Gardner EN

2007-05-30 23:09

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1725, not 1750..... sorry to be picky!

bent8rover UK

2007-05-31 01:01

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HPI: Hunter DL, 1724cc

HAVERTON HILL 1 EN

2008-01-12 23:49

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A very late Hunter, it will have been built in Ireland. Looks more like the last model Humber Sceptre. A dated looking car for 1978-79 compared to the likes of the Golf. The last Hunter's were built in 1979.

Richard Davies EN

2008-04-08 22:22

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I never know Chrysler Europe had anything in Ireland. The design dated back to the 1966 Hillman Minx.

cortina.chris EN

2011-10-10 21:39

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The hillman hunter and singer vogue were the first of these new series of 'ARROW' cars introduced in 1966. The hillman minx version didnt appear untill 1967 (when the minx series v was discontinued )and was basically a less well equiped hunter with a 1500cc engine. Also using this body shell were the singer gazelle, humber sceptre , and the hillman GT, later called hunter GT, really a minx with a rapier engine. In some european markets the hunter, vogue and sceptre were sold under the sunbeam name. The car was also built in Iran and sold as peykan which means arrow. This chrysler badged version is one of the last registered in the uk and is indeed irish assembled.

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