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 Post subject: Old school movie car chase (Philippines)
PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 4:28 am 

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I don't know what movie this is but it stars Fernando Poe Junior (FPJ) (rip sir.). He is very famous for his action films over here. It's a car chase scene along Makati, Philippines in the early 80s. FPJ is driving a Toyota Crown while the baddies are in a Plymouth Valiant (probably with an Isuzu Diesel engine). There are a lot of old school stuff in this chase.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWGlYf9hNqM

got the link from carlocaraddict of bigbigcar.com

Enjoy!

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PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 7:00 am 
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PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 11:56 am 
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Awesome!! This would make an excellent Friday Video :)

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That's actually a 1966-1969 Rambler American, not a Valiant.

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Cool clip!


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Definitely a cool vid!~ :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2009 9:58 pm 

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@ stationwagonguy,

thanks sir. i really am clueless when it comes to old American cars. they are becoming rare nowadays on local roads.

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LOL!! Most of those roads STILL look the same.

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Stationwagonguy wrote:
That's actually a 1966-1969 Rambler American, not a Valiant.

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Cool clip!


Valliant was a part of Chrysler... so if that car was built in Australia was a Valliant not a Rambler

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benny_blanco wrote:
Valliant was a part of Chrysler... so if that car was built in Australia was a Valliant not a Rambler


Who said it was built in Australia? :?


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benny_blanco wrote:
Stationwagonguy wrote:
That's actually a 1966-1969 Rambler American, not a Valiant.

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Cool clip!


Valliant was a part of Chrysler... so if that car was built in Australia was a Valliant not a Rambler

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Ramblers are not Chrysler products, they were built by American Motors Corporation, or AMC. Which eventually was purchased by Chrysler in the '80s- however that doesn't make it a Chrysler product.

A Chrysler VC Valiant is different than a US Plymouth Valiant- but neither is similar with the AMC Rambler American.

The Rambler American has nothing in common with the Valiant. Look at the picture I posted with the one you posted. Trust me, the car in the clip is a Rambler American, not a Valiant, and they don't share a single part between them. I wouldn't lie to you, I heart your R30.


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