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1969 Plymouth Belvedere

1969 Plymouth Belvedere in The Darkling, Movie made for TV, 2000 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1969 Plymouth Belvedere

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle


stronghold EN

2006-02-15 10:09


This is used in a race/crash scene ...in place of the Plymouth Superbird ...it's a Dodge...maybe a Superbee.?(from the bonnet air intakes)
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arnaultl FR

2006-02-15 14:01


Plymouth Satellite ?

Saturn Simon UK

2006-02-15 18:00


It's a 1969 Dodge, I agree that it is very likely to be a Super Bee.

-- Last edit: 2006-02-15 18:02:13

moparguy1973 US

2006-06-15 01:14


Okay, this one is interesting. The main picture shows a 1969 Belvedere or Road Runner (it's hard to tell, they have the same body-style) with a Superbird wing, but no Superbird nose. Odd. The car in the first three pictures below the main are the Plymouth as well. The car that in the last two pictures is a 1969 Dodge, either a Coronet or a Super Bee.

Firebird86 US

2006-06-20 03:11


I believe this is just a Belvedere that someone stuck as Super Bird wing on the back of, accompanied by Plymouth decals on the sides and a Road Runner hood. I couldnt find any Super Bee insignia's on the grill, Besides a Super Bee is a Dodge. The only cars that look like a Dodge are the ones that are upside down..... :think:

-- Last edit: 2006-06-20 03:16:16

moparguy1973 US

2006-12-30 08:16


Firebird86, if you look at the last two pictures on the right, the upside down car, it clearly says DODGE on the grille, so while the main car may be a Plymouth Road Runner (Superbird wannabe), the flipped car is either a Super Bee or a Coronet.

440 mopar CA

2007-03-07 17:45


Funny, when it shows the car on it's wheels it looks to be a '68-'69 Plymouth with no grille, but the car upside down is definitely a '69 Dodge.

chief tin cloud CH

2007-03-07 18:01


440 mopar wrote Funny, when it shows the car on it's wheels it looks to be a '68-'69 Plymouth with no grille, but the car upside down is definitely a '69 Dodge.

That was often done for TV. I vividly remember an episode of 'Vegas' where the hero with his '57 T-bird chased the Formula 1 world champion (who dealed with drugs - do they never earn enough money?!) with a Pantera through deserted hills, making him so nervous that he lost control of his deTomaso, flew over the curb and fell deeply down. Interestingly, the elegantly falling car looked much like a piece of big Detroit iron...

Must have been the best handling T-bird ever. This episode really would make a fine appearing here...

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