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1984 Chrysler E-Class

1984 Chrysler E-Class in Dexter, TV Series, 2006-2013 IMDB Ep. 1.10

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1984 Chrysler E-Class

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

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

ahight US

2007-08-23 03:25

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car nerd US

2007-08-25 07:39

I think it's a Chrysler E-Class.

tj US

2008-02-02 07:21

Actually I think it is the mid size Mercury mid 80's (the the one before the sable) Noptice the tailights and interior door courtesy lights.

car nerd US

2008-02-02 07:24

I am 100% sure it's a Chrysler E-Class

jettalover US

2008-02-03 01:41

These E-Classes must be rare, how was a good example available to be found for the tv show? Someone must have an interest in really rare Mopar.

-- Last edit: 2008-02-04 03:00:50

taxiguy US

2008-02-03 03:09

1984

valiant1962 AU

2009-12-17 06:24

Chrysler E-Class - first example of Daimler Benz and Chrysler sharing development costs :think:

-- Last edit: 2009-12-17 06:25:12

cieraguy US

2009-12-18 03:47

The rarest E-class I've seen was a Limo for sale... too bad I wasn't old enough to drive then.

jettalover US

2009-12-18 05:44

Wonder how Mercedes felt about Chrysler using the "E-Class" name?

taxiguy US

2009-12-18 06:03

Not to mention Mercedes-style color keyed wheelcovers :D

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Photographed that one last month, lives a couple miles from me. If it's still there in the spring I'll knock on the door and inquire about buying it. They're so rare and that one looks to be in great cosmetic condition, though it doesn't appear roadworthy at the moment. I'd love to have one.

-- Last edit: 2009-12-18 06:04:28

ingo DE

2009-12-18 09:27

@jettalover: this "using" was a poor, embarrassing, failed try to catch a little bit of the real Mercedes Benz-aura and -reputation. But due the shape and the stlye of the cars, their quality and the Chrysler's reputation itself, Mercedes Benz never had any reason to feel straitenend.

And Chrysler had acted even worse than copying the hubcaps! :mad: - taxiguy will know, what I'm talking about. :p

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Good use: /vehicle_244979-Dodge-600-1984.html Hopefully the badge was hit, too. :p

Animatronixx DE

2009-12-19 00:11

*yawn* Always the same stories...

jettalover wrote Wonder how Mercedes felt about Chrysler using the "E-Class" name?


MB didn't use the E-Klasse name yet. They started to do so in the 1990s. ;)

-- Last edit: 2009-12-20 17:54:05

cieraguy US

2009-12-19 14:57

I don't think that there are too many people who would confuse a Chrysler E-class with a Mercedes E-class... which is why these cars were quickly renamed Plymouth Caravelle in 1985.

jettalover US

2009-12-21 09:56

Another one model year trim level name that had to be changed fast; Ford using the "SS" designation for the sportiest Escorts in the early eighties. Pretty flagrant jab in Chevy's eye.

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2016-01-03 19:55

ingo wrote
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Good use: /vehicle_244979-Dodge-600-1984.html Hopefully the badge was hit, too. :p

Hit TOO? I don't see anything else "hit"...

I think you pasted the same link twice. ;)

-- Last edit: 2016-01-08 15:12:52

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