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1975 Chevrolet Monza

1975 Chevrolet Monza in Dark Angel, Movie, 1990 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1975 Chevrolet Monza

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supcoach US

2013-12-26 17:13

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Chevrolet Monza?
Buick Skyhawk?

cko US

2013-12-26 17:56

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Seen here, so we can rule out Sunbird:
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Has wraparound taillights so we can consider Skyhawk or Starfire even though both are pretty rare.

Donovan Savage

2015-03-13 07:05

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Buick Syhawk tail lights

night cub US

2015-03-13 17:13

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Donovan Savage wrote Buick Syhawk tail lights

The Monza, Starfire and Skyhawk all used the same taillight.

Donovan Savage

2015-03-13 22:12

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No

night cub US

2015-03-13 22:24

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[Vehicle Image 659165]

Here are all 3. All are the same. Some of the later Olds and Monzas used different taillights, but the Buick used this one:
Buick:
Link to "oldcarbrochures.org"

Chevy:
Link to "oldcarbrochures.org"

Olds:
Link to "oldcarbrochures.org"

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eLMeR FM

2015-03-13 23:53

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@ Donovan Savage: you apparently like short answers. "Yes", "no", "close"... Maybe you should develop a bit with some external sources. At least when you disagree with a former identification or idea...

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eLMeR FM

2015-03-14 00:30

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My first thought was to narrow at least to Chevrolet or Buick, due to the lack of trim. But the Oldsmobile Starfire basic model was "naked" too...
Unless someone see an irrefutable clue for a specific model, isn't there a common GM name, for this car?

-- Last edit: 2015-03-14 00:31:00

Baube QC

2015-03-14 00:51

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differences seems to be the badge's location from the side view but that one don't have any... :(

somename US

2015-03-14 00:53

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Was the Spyder model the only one that came with duel exhaust as seen here?

Baube QC

2015-03-14 01:28

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somename wrote Was the Spyder model the only one that came with duel exhaust as seen here?

i think you're right about the dual exhaust thing but Spyder came with decals and rear spoiler

Donovan Savage

2015-03-17 02:55

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Baube wrote
i think you're right about the dual exhaust thing but Spyder came with decals and rear spoiler

I guess your right. He beat the game.

supcoach US

2015-03-18 04:50

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eLMer It is the General Motors H platform or H-body

eLMeR FM

2015-03-18 21:31

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H-body seems too much generic, with two-door station-wagon and notchback models...

eLMeR FM

2015-03-18 22:18

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Why not keeping the GM generic name until a better identification can be made? Buick, Chevrolet and Oldsmobile are GM makes...

rjluna2 US

2015-03-19 01:14

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Can we list this as GM [H (RWD)] for GM based H (RWD) platform pending upon dissent?

Baube QC

2015-03-19 01:32

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works for me....

dsl SX

2015-03-19 22:32

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Why not just go for Monza as the most probable, and therefore a plausible [H (RWD)] default?? Noted that there's nothing visible on front wing, which seems to exclude the Olds based on all the presented brochure pics. Also does not look like any side trim or coachlines, so Olds and Buick don't look very likely.

This can only get definitively solved with better pics - which may be impossible. But can anyone find anything against the Chevy??

supcoach US

2015-03-19 23:35

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Since I said Monza in the first place......

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