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johnnybuick
Posted 2020-04-05 11:00 AM (#596460)
Subject: 57 plymouth coupe $38,500



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Seen this 57 Christine clone quite a few times online here & there ...& was listed for only a 24hr period last week on a Vegas online site for $29,500 ..now its $38,500 on ebay ..link below

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1957-Plymouth-Fury-Christine/133379336327?h...



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Paul Hettick
Posted 2020-04-05 11:07 AM (#596461 - in reply to #596460)
Subject: Re: 57 plymouth coupe $38,500


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mikes2nd
Posted 2020-04-05 1:18 PM (#596464 - in reply to #596460)
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CaprockClassics
Posted 2020-04-06 10:49 AM (#596500 - in reply to #596460)
Subject: Re: 57 plymouth coupe $38,500



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Love when flippers use heavily "filtered" pics to disguise the actual condition. And of course the interior is all wrong, and no engine pics, and it's a 1957 instead of a 58, no VIN listed or pics of vin, so is it a belvedere or a fury? Or a savoy for that matter? I don't consider that a legit listing with so many red flags and blatant misrepresentation.

Also, what does he mean "was used by John Carpenter for promotion"? I've NEVER seen pics of a 1957 Plymouth being used to promote the film since it's dramatically different from the car in the film. Seems like a lot of autographs on a replica...

Oh yeah, and the silver is just paint, not the inserts as it's supposed to be...
~Peter

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Powerflite
Posted 2020-04-06 11:08 AM (#596501 - in reply to #596500)
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But people don't care about any of that! They only care that it's a Christine!
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61imp
Posted 2020-04-07 2:53 AM (#596536 - in reply to #596500)
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CaprockClassics - 2020-04-06 9:49 AM



Also, what does he mean "was used by John Carpenter for promotion"? I've NEVER seen pics of a 1957 Plymouth being used to promote the film since it's dramatically different from the car in the film. Seems like a lot of autographs on a replica...

~Peter



Here's a pic with King sitting on a '57, anybody know the details of this pic? It's obviously not a Christine.


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jpmopar
Posted 2020-04-07 9:09 AM (#596541 - in reply to #596536)
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...and here's Stephen King with his first car...



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