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1988 Chrysler Voyager

1988 Chrysler Voyager in The Mechanik, Movie, 2005 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: US — Made for: EU

1988 Chrysler Voyager

Position 00:29:00 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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no_car EE

2006-02-19 10:27

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garco NL

2007-10-01 20:56

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stronghold EN

2009-06-19 12:49

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carchasesfanatic ES

2009-06-19 13:20

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Small rear plate space makes me think this is a Plymouth version instead...

ingo DE

2009-06-19 14:59

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Yes, it's an US-version, not the European one. So probably not built in Austria, rather imported as a used car from the USA.

Very typical Russian is the -worse- handling of the license-plates. You cannot get anyone else than in the usual 52cm-size. If you have an original US- or Japanese car, you always get in trouble, how to mount them. :/

carchasesfanatic ES

2009-06-19 15:09

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That happens in any country with bigger sizes than the US, so, most of the European countries in the end, though i've seen some with square plates so you may be able to order them so they can fit in the back, which is where usually the problem lays on.

ingo DE

2009-06-19 15:26

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@CCF: in nearly all European countries you can order plates in special size for US-cars with the small space for them. Sometimes shorter ones with shorter combinations, sometimes squares, sometimes the VW Typ 1-size (called "Kuchenblech" in Germany, which means "cake tin"), sometimes some in the size for tractors and quite often plates in the original US-size.

But not in Russia. I've been there in 2003 and I've seen disgustingly and horribily mounted plates at US- and Japanese cars. Views, which could have been avoided, if just the russian authority would be able to offer plates in different sizes.

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carchasesfanatic ES

2009-06-19 15:33

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By what i've heard i think it's not something as easy to do here, to start of with, you cannot mount small plates on the front of every car, only on those cars in where that is llegalized or allowed, for example the Seat León http://www.autoplusdigital.com.ar/uploads/img/SEAT-LEON-web_th_3.jpg or Alfa Romeos, i've seen several sizes for US cars, i've seen some in where the plate was ordered very very small and others in where even if the plate was suare it still wouldn't fit perfectly.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-06-19 19:40

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ingo wrote Very typical Russian is the -worse- handling of the license-plates. You cannot get anyone else than in the usual 52cm-size. If you have an original US- or Japanese car, you always get in trouble, how to mount them. :/

Indeed, but this scene was in fact filmed in Bulgaria, as shown by the number plate on the other car in stronghold's second thumbnail.

EDIT: You noticed that too. :)
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carchasesfanatic ES

2009-06-19 19:43

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Gag Halfrunt wrote
EDIT: You noticed that too. :)
/vehicle_22546-Opel-Kadett.html


haha :lol:

taxiguy US

2009-06-20 17:24

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This is definitely not the US version. It has European headlights and taillights that the US never got. It's an EU Chrysler Voyager.

ingo DE

2009-06-21 00:42

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carchasesfanatic wrote

haha :lol:


So what? Yes, it may be a paradoxon, but here we have two facts:
a) the scene was filmed in Bulgaria
and
b) the plate of the Voyager is mounted on the Russian way.

:p

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-06-21 01:00

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"Chrysler" is written on the tailgate (see stronghold's second thumbnail). Is that original?

ingo DE

2009-06-21 01:08

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Could it rather be a US-sized plate-holder?

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