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Anybody read "Christine" lately?
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57burb
Posted 2018-09-28 1:28 PM (#570873 - in reply to #567046)
Subject: Re: Anybody read "Christine" lately?



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58Jackie - 2018-07-22 11:52 PM

Anyway, there is still people out there that know about 58 Plymouths because of the movie. And mines not even red and they still recognize it!



Yes, people do recognize every '58 Plymouth (and '57 Chrysler and '55 Chevy and '60 Dodge and '64 Cadillac) as "Christine."

The movie has done wonders to inform average people what every old car with "wings on the back" is...
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GaryS
Posted 2018-09-28 3:51 PM (#570876 - in reply to #431236)
Subject: Re: Anybody read "Christine" lately?



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I didn't care for the book, but I'm not a fan of King. I've read a few of his other books hoping to find one I enjoy, but haven't found it yet.

Just seeing the '58 Belvedere in the movie was enough for me to forgive the other weaknesses, but then I'm a nut when it comes to finned cars, especially the unique models like Furys, D500s, Adventurers and 300 Letter cars.

Now if I could only find a producer passionate to do a story about a '56 Plymouth Fury without having to destroy any of them!

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