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1974 Dodge Monaco Custom

1974 Dodge Monaco in Dallas Buyers Club, Movie, 2013 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: US

1974 Dodge Monaco Custom

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

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badlymad CA

2014-02-10 06:18

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Ddey65 US

2014-02-10 06:39

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1974 Monaco.

Ddey65 US

2014-02-10 06:45

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As a matter of fact, this might even be a Monaco Custom:
Link to "www.oldcarbrochures.org"

Commander 57 US

2014-02-10 13:44

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Nice shot.
Have always liked the solid, classy looking fronts of mid-'70's Chrysler products.

-- Last edit: 2014-02-10 13:45:26

Buc84 US

2014-02-15 20:15

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If that's supposed to be the "Sequcentennial" plate in the 4th thumbnail (Issued mid 1985-late 1986) It would be the(first)"123-ABC" format (Pretty much 001-HAA thru 999-NZZ I recall??)and would have the "Texas" in the center Red,with "1836-1986" above and below.Also was still on the plate tab renewals then,IIRC,'86 was a Red one,87 was Green? "Sequcentennial" would be at the lower part of the plate,and the Texas Flag wasn't on them until I think late '89/early '90??? (And no front plate,which will get you a ticket?)

somename US

2014-02-16 03:49

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Has the tail lights of a later model Royal Monaco Brougham. I hope it's not a bondo bucket.

74monaco US

2020-03-26 17:01

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Anyone know the current location of this car?! Was my highschool car and trying to track it back down. Yes it is a Custom, with later year taillights. Left one was broke and couldn’t find one, so I found a set out of a 75 Brougham if I remember right!

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