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1975 Excalibur Series III Phaeton

1975 Excalibur Series III Phaeton in Major League, Movie, 1989 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1975 Excalibur Series III Phaeton

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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Donington UK

2006-08-03 20:14

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Excalibur

pilou BE

2006-08-04 15:58

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Excalibur series III built 1975-1979

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 16:01

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More importantly, a Chevrolet Silverado Classic in fore ground :love: .

antp BE

2006-08-04 17:03

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Explorer4x4 wrote in fore ground


In foreground there are only cactuses... you mean background I guess?

wickey SK

2006-08-04 17:10

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antp wrote

In foreground there are only cactuses... you mean background I guess?

cactuses are more important I think :D

Alexander DE

2006-08-04 17:13

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Explorer4x4 wrote More importantly, a Chevrolet Silverado Classic in fore ground :love: .

Now you have to identify the red car, too. You have one hour starting now... [Image: 1a_teuflisch.gif]

wickey SK

2006-08-04 17:24

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no chance, I think :p quite rare in the us also :)

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antp BE

2006-08-04 17:25

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Yes, I think that I know what it is but I let him find :D

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 17:26

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I am guessing the red car is a crappy import :p , possibly Volvo, Citroen or BMW.

Alexander DE

2006-08-04 17:28

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Explorer4x4 wrote I am guessing the red car is a crappy import :p , possibly Volvo, Citroen or BMW.

You have to try harder! :D

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 17:33

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I say BMW. What is it?

wickey SK

2006-08-04 17:33

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Explorer4x4 wrote I am guessing the red car is a crappy import :p , possibly Volvo, Citroen or BMW.

and to be helpful, it is not any of those 3 :) actually - interesting thing (crappy import - why does all richer americans drive european = imported vehicles...) - let this remain unanswered question :D

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 17:36

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wickey wrote crappy import - why does all richer americans drive european = imported vehicles...)


Well, I'm not sure. Americans are stupid, and they want anything that costs a lot of money. American makes are cheaper then European cars, so, they buy expensive European imports to show off their cash. Just like the HUMMER H2 and the Cadillac lineup are popular, they are no better then a Ford Contour, but they are a statement that you can afford it.

jplemoine FR

2006-08-04 17:38

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Et voici une illustration du sens de la frappe chirurgicale mise en pratique: d'abord, on cogne partout, ensuite, on fait le tri... [Image: grr.gif]

Alexander DE

2006-08-04 17:42

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Explorer4x4 wrote I say BMW. What is it?

Nope! 42 minutes left! :D

I'll tell you when I am back from shopping ... but I hope you have enough ambition to find it yourself! :)

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 17:44

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AHHHH! I can not take it! So it isn't a Beater (BMW), Citroen or Volvo? Tell me when I'm right. Peugeot? Saab? Aston Martin or Jaguar? Mercedes-Benz?

-- Last edit: 2006-08-04 17:45:08

antp BE

2006-08-04 17:45

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No

BeanBandit FI

2006-08-04 17:48

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Hint: The name of the car has something in common with the work of William Shakespeare.

jplemoine FR

2006-08-04 17:53

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Explorer4x4 wrote AHHHH! I can not take it! So it isn't a Beater (BMW), Citroen or Volvo? Tell me when I'm right. Peugeot? Saab? Aston Martin or Jaguar? Mercedes-Benz?


Attention: plus que trente minutes pour répondre à cette question. Passé ce délai, ton ordinateur s'autodétruira.

Vingt-neuf minutes...

wickey SK

2006-08-04 17:56

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BeanBandit wrote Hint: The name of the car has something in common with the work of William Shakespeare.

and something in common with ancient culture. 17 minutes left..

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 17:56

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?

Hamlet? I can't do this! Oh wait... Alfa Romeo?

coopey ES

2006-08-04 17:57

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correct!

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 17:58

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YES!

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 18:00

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But model... 155 or GTV?

coopey ES

2006-08-04 18:02

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older, and a sedan

antp BE

2006-08-04 18:05

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Well, if you give hints and if he tries all possibilities, that's not fair :D

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 18:31

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I give up. There are tons of models. I am surprised I got the make! Alfa Romeo (to me) is the least important make ever. Heck, Alfa Romero seems less important then even Citroen!

coopey ES

2006-08-04 18:36

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well, i don't think it's exactly like that, but anyway, the red Alfa Romeo is a 75

antp BE

2006-08-04 18:48

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Explorer4x4 wrote least important make ever [...] less important then even Citroen!


You always speak like if world = USA [:kiki]

sixcyl FR

2006-08-04 19:02

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Explorer4x4 wrote I give up. There are tons of models. I am surprised I got the make! Alfa Romeo (to me) is the least important make ever. Heck, Alfa Romero seems less important then even Citroen!

..for an Italian descendant, it's amazing :D

appassionato IT

2006-08-04 19:14

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The car in background is an Alfa Romeo Alfa 75, called in the USA "Milano", model 1988.

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 19:19

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sixcyl wrote
..for an Italian descendant, it's amazing :D


I'm somewhat disapointed in Italy's cars (even though, I'm 80% Italian). I am a SUV fan, and Italian makers don't make very good SUVs (and very few). I still love Ferraris! To me, I like everything big. I like big cars with big engines, that drink big amounts of gas. And there is no one better at "big" then North America. Italians are good at speed, Germans are good at engineering, Chinese and Japanese are good at style, French are good at safety and technology, and Americans are good at size.

-- Last edit: 2006-08-04 19:23:44

appassionato IT

2006-08-04 19:25

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Yes, the Italy makes doesn't have any big SUV (luckily :D), only the "Fiat Sedici"...Anyway, the best italian cars, for me, are the Alfa Romeo and Lancia of '60s-'70s and '80s...
Question: which italian car are saled in the USA: Ferrari and...

appassionato IT

2006-08-04 19:25

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@ Explorer4x4: You speak italian?

Explorer4x4

2006-08-04 19:31

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No (I wish). I am going to learn it, but right now I only speak English, Latin and Greek. I am basically American ( My Dad moved to New York from Italy), I grew up in Connecticut and learned the American ways and have American tastes. Ferraris, Maseratis and Lambourghinis I think are sold in America (but are rare). Didn't De Tomaso sell cars in the States?

-- Last edit: 2006-08-04 19:45:43

appassionato IT

2006-08-04 19:36

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I think De Tomaso were exported in USA some years ago. Now the De Tomaso doesn't sell in Europe...

wickey SK

2006-08-04 19:37

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Explorer4x4 wrote English, Latin and Greek.

you speak latin and greek? classical education in old alaska?

wickey SK

2006-08-04 21:34

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I asked simply question, the answer should be yes/no, not an essay on half site.. :o

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stronghold EN

2006-08-05 01:53

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wickey wrote I asked simply question, the answer should be yes/no, not an essay on half site.. :o

:D ... Explorer speaks lots of Languages ...including ..Rubbish.!

Treasure65 US

2011-11-24 17:40

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I worked for Excalibur during the filming of this movie. The producers had this car in AZ but the owner did not want to allow it to be moved to Milwaukee for additional shooting, so they contacted the factory to find an owner in our area with an identical car. The factory provided one. So - there were 2 of these in the movie, not just one.

Additionally, they obtained the 1972 Impala that Tom Berenger used for his character from me. It belonged to my husband and I. The producers rented it from us for 7 weeks of shooting. I still have the check stubs, but the Impala is long-since junked.

dsl SX

2011-11-24 18:03

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A classic series of contributions to and from Explorer4x4. This page should be added to the imcdb Xmas Special highlights compilation.

Gomselmash11

2011-11-24 18:15

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Explorer4x4 died? (in the real life, i mean) :think:

-- Last edit: 2011-11-24 18:17:44

rjluna2 US

2011-11-24 19:10

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Gomselmash11 wrote Explorer4x4 died? (in the real life, i mean) :think:

Probably not. This user is no longer registered in IMCDb.

GodzillaFan54 CA

2019-12-27 14:39

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I've never really been a fan of these neo-classic cars. They certainly are interesting but the mix of '30s and '70s styling just doesn't really work. It's like if someone took a hot rod and made it into a luxury car. Cars like the PT Cruiser (as ugly but lovable as it is), Chevrolet HHR and SSR, and 2003=2005 Ford T-Bird do a much better job of blending classic and modern styling.

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