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1976 Fleetwood Southwind on Dodge chassis

1976 Fleetwood Southwind in The Blues Brothers, Movie, 1980 IMDB

Class: Bus, Class A Motorhome — Model origin: US

1976 Fleetwood Southwind on Dodge chassis

Position 01:44:18 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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G-MANN UK

2010-03-14 00:20

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The Good Ole Boys' RV, driven by lead singer Tucker McElroy (Charles Napier), who refers to it as a "Winnebago" (sometimes use this name to describe a big American motorhome). The Blues Brothers incur their wrath by stealing their gig, so they wait for them at the big concert and chase after them (along with the police) when they sneak out. But Elwood has put some strong glue on the accelerator pedal....

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Bob: Shit man, can't this damn thing go any faster than this?
Tucker: Uh Bob, I... think I got a little problem.

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"Don't you say a fucking word."

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fleetwood75

2010-08-02 06:42

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This motorhome also has a 440 although it is WAY more tame than the Bluesmobile's is!!!

hazzard

2011-04-17 19:14

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Bobs Country Bunker with the bobbing hat!

dogman15 US

2016-10-29 23:58

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Of course, no one thinks to shift into Neutral, turn off the engine, and apply the brakes.

Skid US

2017-04-10 21:31

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Isn't it "Fleetwood Southwind?"

Gamer DE

2017-04-10 21:33

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No, there was both a Fleetwood and a Dodge.

Skid US

2017-04-10 21:45

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AFAIK, Dodge only built the chassis, same as all other Fleetwood motorhomes of the era. I find it hard to believe that Dodge could have produced their own in-house RVs to compete with Fleetwood, using what was (presumably) a trademarked name.

opal TH

2017-04-14 15:47

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1976-78 Fleetwood Southwind On Dodge chassis

Some people have no idea that Southwind was made by Fleetwood and call it Dodge Southwind instead.

train68 US

2017-12-08 19:54

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Why didn't the driver just hit the brakes when his foot was glued to the gas pedal, which was glued to the floor? All he had to do was hit the brake pedal with his left foot.

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Gamer DE

2017-12-08 19:57

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"This is glue. Strong stuff."

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