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1967 Imperial LeBaron Four-Door Hardtop [CY1-H-43]

1967 Imperial LeBaron [CY1-H-43] in Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., TV Series, 1964-1969 IMDB Ep. 3.24

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1967 Imperial LeBaron Four-Door Hardtop [CY1-H-43]

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

Comments about this vehicle

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vilero ES

2009-06-12 13:34

3 Options:
a).- If it is NO Hardtop is a (model) Sedan
b).- If it's Hardtop can be: b': Crown or b'': LeBaron
tv boy wrote [Image: gomer121.6885.jpg][Image: gomer123.4080.jpg]

subzero MY

2009-06-12 14:34

:love:

DynaMike NL

2009-06-12 14:55

There is obviously no B-pillar, so it is a hardtop sedan. By the vinyl roof I'd go for a LeBaron [CY1-H43], one of only 2194.

tv boy US

2009-06-12 15:22

From the episode "Sing a Song of Papa," about a gangster who falls in love with Gomer's singing voice. This car belongs to the gangster.

CougarTim US

2009-06-12 19:13

The smaller rear window confirms this is a LeBaron.

CougarTim US

2009-06-12 19:21

1962-1963 Mercury Comet passing by and 1965 Chrysler New Yorker parked across the street

Callahan VI

2009-06-14 19:41

Obviously like so many series in the sixties, this was a Chrysler sponsored affair.

If you want to see a nice convertible 67 Imperial smashed to bits, see Point Blank with Lee Marvin.

tv boy US

2009-06-15 19:48

It wasn't really sponsored by Chrysler, they just had an agreement to supply the vehicles in exchange for a courtesy in the closing credits. The show was actually sponsored by General Foods, makers of Maxwell House Coffee, Post Cereal, Cool Whip, and then owners of Burger Chef restaurants, all of which were advertised during the show's original run.

Chrysler appeared to be the leading supplier of cars on TV sitcoms during the 1950s, '60s and early '70s followed by Ford then General Motors.

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-- Last edit: 2009-06-15 20:08:22

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