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Aaron Tippin loves his Mopars

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'78 Macho in the movie Convoy

 

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It downright pisses me off what they did to that car! I hope it wasnt a real GTX!
 

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Dodge Tradesman in the movie "The Van"


 

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It downright pisses me off what they did to that car! I hope it wasnt a real GTX!
One of the cars used in the movie was sold at auction last year


I guess it wasnt a GTX but still a very nice '67 Satellite, 383 convertible made up to look like a GTX right down to the 440 badging. Sounds like several were used for the movie.
 

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The number of General Lees used up in the Dukes over a 7 year run is bad enough, but I shudder at the thought of how many Furies got wasted during the production of a 90-minute movie. I bet the ratio of screen time to wrecked cars is far higher.

It got thrashed in almost every scene. Bonus points to the stuntman driving the flaming car, bet he had balls of steel.


I always thought a '59 Royal Lancer was more sinister looking but it didn't have the mystique or panache as a bright red Fury. If you ever read the book, the model name of the car was featured prominently.
 

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I remember there being a really nice RC in No Country For Old Men. I don't think it was in any action scenes or anything, just was driven around by Anton. At least it didn't get destroyed.
 
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One of the cars used in the movie was sold at auction last year


I guess it wasnt a GTX but still a very nice '67 Satellite, 383 convertible made up to look like a GTX right down to the 440 badging. Sounds like several were used for the movie.
Graveyard Cars did one of those. Makes me wonder if he bought it from Mecum?
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Simon and Simon - '79 Dodge Macho Power Wagon.


 

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'70 Road Runner in Alan Jackson's A Lot About Livin video. It's only visible for a split second so I just included a still shot.

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A '69 Road Runner in Montgomery Gentry's Speed.

 

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It's low hanging fruit, but no thread like this would be complete without the Charger R/T in Bullett.

Let's face it, when you need to convey a sinister image, you get a Mopar. No other musclecar can do that. What, you gonna do put a Chevelle or a Cutlass in that scene? Pffft. Get outta here.

 
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