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1977 Dodge Monaco

1977 Dodge Monaco in The Dukes of Hazzard, TV Series, 1979-1985 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1977 Dodge Monaco

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

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Rocker B. J.

2006-01-20 08:24

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It is a 1977 Dodge Monaco.

Rocker B. J.

2006-01-24 07:15

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Rosco, Enos, & Cletus drove 1977 Dodge Monaco from 2nd season to the Ep. 4.14 The Dukescam Scam. They switched to its sister 1978 Plymouth Fury in Ep. 4.11 Goodbye General Lee.

explorer4x4

2006-03-23 23:00

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1977 Dodge Royal Monaco, longer and wider then reguler.

Rocker B. J.

2006-03-28 02:42

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Listen explorer 4x4. You're wrong it is a 1977 Dodge Monaco and please change it back /vehicle_20717-Dodge-Royal-Monaco-1977.html 1977 Royal Monaco www.imcdb.org/vehicle_7526-Dodge-Monaco-1977.html 1977 Dodge Monaco. You're wrong and such a geeky jackass.

-- Last edit: 2006-03-28 03:03:29

Rocker B. J.

2006-03-28 05:20

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Please change it to 1977 Dodge Monaco.

explorer4x4

2006-03-28 06:14

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Rocker B. J. wrote You're wrong and such a geeky jackass.


And do you have any proof to this definition of character mister uhhhhh Racker B. J.????? Other users have gotten frustrated without having to use such un-necessary language you know.

Rocker B. J.

2006-04-01 06:47

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It is a regular Monaco. 1. Police fleets would buy base models 2. Royal Monacos would have headlights like 70's Lincolns/Mercurys. It is a 1977 Dodge Monaco Patrol Car.

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landrover1 AR

2006-06-23 04:59

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alot of cars are build and destroyed for the series
specially the police vehicles
in every episode are crashed.

trucker US

2006-07-13 07:45

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Is that Rocker B.J off this site forever? If he is, PRAISE THE LORD!!!

antp BE

2006-07-13 09:48

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I deleted all his accounts, as he requested it.

Delta Fox US

2006-08-19 01:18

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Wrong, Wrong, & Wrong! That's a 1975-76 Dodge Coronet. Monacos have two rectangular headlights on each side. The Coronet only has a single round headlight on each side.

qwerty_86 US

2006-08-19 07:00

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It DOES have two rectangular headlights on each side.

Delta Fox US

2006-08-21 02:30

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Oh, it kind of looked like it had the single round headlight. With the reflection, it's pretty hard to tell.

niels0827 US

2006-08-28 18:09

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Rocker and explorer, you're both the jackasses. It's a 1976 Coronet. I know these cars. I've owned 2.

jplemoine FR

2006-08-28 18:15

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[Image: muh-vache.gif] vs [Image: coq-disney.gif] mais le débat n'avance pas plus...

Pas de preuves, des noms d'oiseaux, des affirmations... bref: [Image: boulet283.gif] !!!

Désolé de formuler les choses comme ça, mais ça ne relève pas le niveau moyen... :mad:

ben68 BE

2006-08-28 18:20

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niels0827 wrote Rocker and explorer, you're both the jackasses. It's a 1976 Coronet. I know these cars. I've owned 2.


If you are so certain of your case, please prove it by bringing the related documentation. And keep you straight forward comments for yourself, please.

niels0827 US

2006-09-16 09:05

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ben68 wrote

If you are so certain of your case, please prove it by bringing the related documentation. And keep you straight forward comments for yourself, please.




Unless you have documentation to prove me wrong, I suggest you keep your wit to yourself.

Firebird86 US

2006-09-16 17:44

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Niels0827: The car in the above pic has rectangular quad headlights, your example shows round single headlights...not a match..sorry :)

mister car from 971 GP

2008-01-11 08:48

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J'adore cette voiture! D'autant plus que quand j'étais j'étais p'tit j'en avais un modèle réduit de couleur jaune avec le numéro 34 (j(crois) et accompagné de bandes rouges et oranges. J'prenais cette voiture pour une Lincoln à cause de l'avant du véhicule car dans les 60's,70's, voire les 80's beaucoup de voitures US (notamment les grosses berlines, les coupés, les cabriolets ou les breaks) avaient une calandre en forme d'accent circonflexe perpendiculaire. Malheureusement, j'ai perdu ce modèle réduit chez des cousins à Dammartin-en-Goële dans le 77 et j'étais triste de cette perte, car quand j'ai voulu demander à mes parents et à mes sistas de m'en racheter une comme ça, ils m'ont dit que ça n'existait plus! POOOOHHHH!!!

kotor NL

2009-04-06 17:08

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I think the right hand side headlight is clearly square, and there are no 2 headlights visible on that side. Coronet head lights are round, but the bezel is square and that is what you see in the pic (I even measured it, all though that is no evidence). If it had been a Monaco the headlight would clearly have been rectangular:
[Image: 283.jpg]

What might look as 2 headlights is I think a shadow, but that does not change the square shape of the bezel. So, Coronet it is.






-- Last edit: 2009-04-06 17:16:24

ford_guy US

2009-04-07 00:34

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Why are we beating a dead horse here? It is a Monaco, that's been established already and I can tell from the picture that it is a 1977-1978 Monaco without a doubt.

HunterMan US

2011-01-23 05:26

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LOL--All this name-calling and egos! :no: :lol: First the main "Dukes" car we're discussing here is definitely a 1977 Dodge Monaco. The 76 Coronet pic that niels0827 provided is #1 the wrong year for comparison and #2 clearly does not match the pics of the Monaco. However, I don't feel calling people names or getting nasty is getting the point across--maybe a little sarcastic humor. ;) The pic right above that kotor provided is from the "Knight Rider" Pilot movie "Knight of the Phoenix." That pic too is of a 1977 Dodge Monaco...not a Coronet. I have no idea about a shadow?? There are clearly square double headlights on that one too--not single round ones like on a Coronet.

Another clarification of this car for year and model can be found in the montage of car pics for the TV show "Hunter"--as that show is probably the only other series, besides "Dukes of Hazzard", to show-case a 1977 Dodge Monaco. Tons of dark green 77 Monacos were used for Fred Dryer's character of Rick Hunter...probably as many Monacos were used in that show as were used for Rosco, Enos, and Cletus on the "Dukes." :lol:

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mike962 DE

2012-08-31 18:17

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better for amin pic from season 2

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mike962 DE

2012-09-01 17:39

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didn't know Sherif cars also came in red

from 3.08
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Nightrider RU

2012-09-01 18:02

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Minnesota Highway Patrol and North Dakota Highway Patrol were using red color in 70s.

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