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1980 Volkswagen 1500

1980 Volkswagen 1500 in Nueve reinas, Movie, 2000 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK — Built in: AR — Made for: RA

1980 Volkswagen 1500

Position 00:23:38 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


antp BE

2007-01-09 23:29


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Exiv96 BE

2007-01-09 23:40


Dodge or VW 1500, based on the Sunbeam Avenger.

Edit : it has black plastic bumpers, so it's a VW 1500 (VW replaced Dodge around 1980).

-- Last edit: 2007-01-09 23:46:03

antp BE

2007-01-09 23:49


Why do they always have to make complicated things like that? [:crazy]

From Wikipedia:
Quote In 1980 Volkswagen bought the Argentinian Chrysler Ferve Argentina SAIC. With the takeover came a new name, Volkswagen Argentina SA, and the company inherited some Dodge / Chrysler vehicles. One of them was the Dodge 1500 (also the Dodge 1800) which the newly taken-over company re-badged as Volkswagen 1500 for the Argentinian market. The estate was known as the Volkswagen 1500 Rural. Both variants continued to be sold until 1994.

The car, which was based on Chrysler's Hillman Avenger, had also been sold in Brazil, where it was known as the Dodge Polara — this version ceased in 1981, shortly after Volkswagen's purchase of the tooling in Argentina. Note also that this is the car which was available in North America as the Plymouth Cricket.

These cars have no parts related to any other vehicles in the Volkswagen range, including the Volkswagen Type 3 known by the same Volkswagen 1500 name.

-- Last edit: 2007-01-10 00:04:23

garco NL

2007-01-10 08:48


Did they copy a SAAB?

antp BE

2007-01-10 10:31


The shape of the rear made me think to Saab too.

landrover1 AR

2007-02-20 01:05


[quote=antp]Why do they always have to make complicated things like that? [:crazy]
because is argentina:
all our things are complicated...and yeah, is a volkswagen 1500
the style was made here...and the car story here is really hard to explain, in part because car companies sell the models with another range-name-specifications...we're a special market that's for sure...

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