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Plymouth Gran Fury

Plymouth Gran Fury in One Tough Bastard, Movie, 1995 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

Plymouth Gran Fury

Position 01:26:04 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


Hecubus CA

2006-03-06 08:56

It's either a Dodge Diplomat or a Plymouth Gran Fury, although I can't see any defining features from this picture.

arnaultl FR

2006-03-06 09:39

Hubcaps look "Plymouth", no ?

Hecubus CA

2006-03-06 09:46

I would've just said the hubcaps look "fleet vehicle" which could be either the Dodge or the Plymouth.

Junkman UK

2006-03-06 10:34

What a pile of rubbish these 5thgrandiplofurys were....
I never could warm up to them. Build quality was so atrocious that after they were added to the State Department fleet in Berlin in the early 80s, we used the subway and bus services a lot. Probably Chrysler Corp's 80s concept to save the environment while still selling cars :-)
I hope it got smashed up in the movie(?)!

firebird86 US

2006-03-06 16:18

1987 Plymouth Grand Fury, Great"cheap fleet car" disposable, The hubcaps didnt even make a good dog dish because of all the holes in the perimeter of the face.....throw away car!!!

-- Last edit: 2006-03-06 17:21:44

antp BE

2006-03-06 17:21

These Ebay links are a little too long :D


2007-03-15 23:38

hey now, the 80's were tough times for V8 cars, think back. EVERYONE was trying to figure out a way to cram all that stupid emissions junk on a car and make it a half decent performer.

The chrysler product police cars were the best of the 80s. They handled well, took a beating and kept going, were easy to work on and they were even decent on gas as compared to a caprice or a LTD/crown vic. I've seen plenty with over 200K miles and still going strong.

police car fan NL

2014-02-16 18:42

Why is this one listed as a 1987 Gran Fury? We can't see the wipers nor steering wheel or CHMSL. Why not 1982? :think:


2020-07-07 17:49

No CHMSL seen - so not 1987 (as per above comment). Seen again here:

[Image: vlcsnap-2020-07-08-06h00m32s501.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2020-07-07 22:01:19

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