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1981 Plymouth Reliant K

1981 Plymouth Reliant K in Escape from L.A., Movie, 1996 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1981 Plymouth Reliant K

Position 00:44:14 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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coopey ES

2007-06-20 23:01

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on the left, Buick?

car nerd US

2007-06-20 23:19

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It looks like a mid 1980's Chrysler LeBaron or Dodge 400 Coupe

ford_guy US

2007-06-20 23:29

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It looks like a K-car, to me. Either a Dodge Aries or it's Plymouth counterpart.

Ddey65 US

2007-06-20 23:59

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ford_guy wrote It looks like a K-car, to me. Either a Dodge Aries or it's Plymouth counterpart.

I'm with you ford_guy.

plymubishi US

2007-06-21 00:03

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possibly the k-car based chrysler lebaron, i know the 2 dorrs were common in that color. definatly k-car based though

ford_guy US

2007-06-21 00:07

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I think it's a two-door also. I know the Aries/Reliant were small, but the car pictured is definitely too small to be a 4-door.

Snookie US

2007-06-21 22:11

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It's a 1981-1984 Plymouth Reliant K

ford_guy US

2007-06-21 22:36

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How can you tell it's specifically a Reliant?

Snookie US

2007-06-22 02:20

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The Reliant had the horizontal ribbed taillights, while the Aries had a configuration similar to a Chevy Citation minus the amber rear flashers

plymubishi US

2007-06-27 03:50

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Snookie wrote The Reliant had the horizontal ribbed taillights, while the Aries had a configuration similar to a Chevy Citation minus the amber rear flashers

think the lebaron was that way also

rjluna2 US

2009-10-08 18:33

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The one at the foreground is 1985 or later Pontiac Grand Am.

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