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Restored as the 1958 Plymouth Fury "Christine" from the Stephen King book & movie. When Arnie is almost finishing restoring Christine, a highly-attractive student named Leigh Cabot transfers to his school. Christine is a possessed, supernatural 1958 Plymouth Fury and the main antagonist of the horror novel, Christine. While attempting to return to Boulder, Tom and Stu come across a "very old Plymouth". Christine, by then with 97,432 miles on her odometer, then grumbled and chugged away from LeBay's house with her new owner. Briefly, he saw the car, the lawn, and even the street outside just as it had been in Christine's glory days, when "gas was as cheap as tap water". In the meantime, Christine is destroyed by Dennis and Leigh in Darnell's using a huge, pink-colored septic tanker truck, and the remains were fed into the crusher in the back of the garage by two police officers, one receiving a bad cut that needed stitches, and saying "it bit him". Enhanced Listings. 4. -. In overdrive, the engine made three revolutions for each rear wheel revolution and four without overdrive. (Good move. 1. A fourth car was saved from the wrecker and purchased by Martin Sanchez. She also makes her owners become obsessed with her, and kills anybody who may be hurting them. Browse interior and exterior photos for 1957 Plymouth Fury. While they were inside, Dennis went to the car, overcome by morbid curiosity, and got behind the wheel. Number of bids and bid amounts may be slightly out of date. The biggest alteration was to the color scheme; to further distinguish the top-level Belvedere from other Plymouths, the two tones now flowed from the roof over the beltline onto the trunk, which has been referred to as the "saddleback" treatment. When the Fury name was introduced, it was essentially a sport and trim package on the Belvedere - notably two doors, gold anodized trim, gold grille, and dual four-barrel carburetors. However, it is unclear if this ability was limited at first; Arnie did some repair work on Christine when he originally purchased her, but she was shown repairing some damage on her own, making it unclear if she genuinely needed Arnie (or anyone, for that matter) to work on her at first or if she was merely trying to 'blend in'. Also new was a larger standard engine: a 230.2 cu in (3.8 L) I6 that was also used by the Dodge Division. True Plymouth fans know the 1957 Fury only came in beige with gold trim. In 1956, Plymouth added seat belts. Power was now rated at 110 hp (82 kW). As cars begin their model year production the year before, Christine was built as a 1958 Plymouth Fury, painted Autumn-ish Red and white on the outside and "red as a fire engine on the inside". We have here a real 1957 Plymouth fury for sale. She was built to order, on the specifications given by Roland D. LeBay when he walked into Norman Cobb Plymouth in Libertyville, Pennsylvania that same year. Dennis thinks of George LeBay, his sister, Leigh, and considers that Christine may well be saving him for last. One of the Christine cars actually became possessed and caused destruction all on it’s own. ], VerticalScope Inc., 111 Peter, Suite 901, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2H1, Canada. 14. When Christine became “evil,” her windows were painted black, except a small area covered with window tint; the stunt driver had no side or rear vision. A rented honey dipper truck used in the final showdown became a bulldozer for the movie. 1954 Belevederes featured full-length rocker sill moldings.[2]. Christine pulls into Darnell's, and Darnell is suspicious. Despite being remarkable cars in performance, handling, modest weight, and appealing interiors, sales suffered, and Plymouth yielded third place in sales to Rambler. No remote controls were used to drive Christine. Arnie stores it at Darnell's, a do-it-yourself garage and junkyard located outside of town. Today we feature the 1957 Plymouth Belvedere from the Movie “Christine”. She makes a cameo appearance in Cat's Eye along with Cujo, the rabid St. Bernard. In the movie, Roland was changed to Ronald, and had already passed away, and George sold the car to Arnie. Enter Trim. The Belvedere replaced the Cranbrook as the top-line offering for 1954. [17] It was produced as a four-door sedan[17] and as a locally developed two-door coupe utility,[18] along with similar Cranbrook and Savoy models, until it was replaced by the Chrysler Royal in 1957. Christine was said to be a 1958 Plymouth Fury, which had similar panels and trim to the 1957 model. In the movie, during this ride, neither happens. He grabs a double-barreled shotgun. In April 1953, Plymouths received the Hy-Drive semi-automatic transmission. The Belvedere name was first used for a new hardtop body style in the Plymouth Cranbrook line for the 1951 model year. 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The body needs floor work and the rockers need to be replaced. The book takes place in Pennsylvania, but the movie takes place in California [where else? They bought Belvederes and Savoys along with real Furys, painting them and making changes as needed to make them all look like Christine. Carlisle Chrysler Nationals gives an award every year to the best Christine look-a-like. Home. We love that movie. 13. In the book, Arnie unknowingly runs drugs for Darnell; that becomes auto parts in the movie. On the for sale sign in the movie it says it’s a 58 $300 or best offer. The Belvedere remained a part of the Cranbrook series through the 1953 model year, which saw all Plymouth models completely restyled. 1957 Plymouth Fury (Parkersburg, IL) $65,900 obo | This right here is something special, sprayed in a white coat the exterior flows inside to a light interior that fails to disappoint. But the film makers involved all felt the movie would be better served by casting “unknowns". The Plymouth Belvedere was also produced by Chrysler Australia. Keith Gordon was nervous about kissing Alexandra Paul, so he asked her to practice first. The Plymouth Road Runner was introduced as a low-price, high-performance alternative to the GTX, and Richard Petty won the Grand National championship in NASCAR in a Belvedere. Christine is one of King's most popular creations, books, and movie adaptations. Introduced on March 31, the 1951 Plymouth Cranbrook Belvedere is a two-door pillarless hardtop. Also, Christine was red and white in color. It's also hinted that she absorbs the souls of her victims, such as LeBay's family or Repperton's gang. Christine, as shown in the movie, could have been any two door Belvedere with a 318 or 350 engine. [20] Chrysler Australia replaced their Plymouth Belvedere, Dodge Custom Royal and De Soto Firesweep models with the Dodge Phoenix in 1960. The police investigate the murders and become suspicious of Arnie. In the book, Christine is a 1958, four-door, red Plymouth Fury that a high school dork named Arnie Cunningham purchases to George LeBay for $250 in 1978. View cart for details. By the movie’s wrap, only three mint condition Christines remained; they went on the road to promote the movie, and were later sold to collectors. to promote the new car.[7]. https://stephenking.fandom.com/wiki/Christine_(car)?oldid=78821, In Mario Kart Tour, the Yellow Taxi and Platinum Taxi bear a similar resemblance to Christine, In the WarioWare series, the Dribble Taxi is slightly similar to Christine. (via Richard Henley). Christine was “fixed” to be a two door Fury; the red paint is explained by being a special order. These pumps were attached to cables, which were in turn attached to the cars' bodywork and when they compressed, they would "suck" the paneling inwards. After Christine's destruction, Arnie angrily blames Leigh for it, and fights verbally and even physically with his parents. Arnie becomes humorless and arrogant, but also assertive and cruel. Unable to pay the full amount, he settles on a $25 deposit and agrees to return the next day with the balance. In 1965 Plymouth once again made the Fury a full-size car, and Belvedere ostensibly became the intermediate size offering, though in fact the Belvedere was little changed, and most dimensions and weights remained the same—the Fury was merely enlarged, restoring a full-sized line which Plymouth had been sorely lacking. The book has Dennis going for a ride with Arnie in Christine. Belvedere remained the top full-line series through 1958. Jul 26, 2019 at 10:44pm, |  The Belvedere II was dropped, but the Sport Satellite was added to the overall lineup, using the same sheetmetal. Practice…, 19. This engine used a single-barrel Holley carburetor, and became known for its extremely rugged construction, exceptional reliability and longevity. And true fans also know the red and white Fury wannabe is really a 1958…not a 1957. She also appears unnamed on It, driven by a cadaverical Belch Huggins who helps Henry Bowers to reach the hotel where The Loser's Club's members are. 1 Biography in Novel 2 Biography in Film 3 Origins 4 Appearances 5 Trivia Christine's "life" began in the summer of 1957, when she was built on the assembly line of one of Chrysler's plants in Detroit, Michigan. The new LA-style lightweight 318 engine was introduced for this year and would remain available on the Belvedere through its life. While on a date with him, Leigh almost chokes to death on a hamburger. Others who were hostile to Arnie or Christine also die. As he chases General, they're almost ran over by a 1958 Plymouth Fury that pulls up and manages to brake in time. A second such car, this one a Plymouth Prowler, was encased in a vault in Tulsa's Centennial Park (formerly Central Park) 1998 to celebrate the city's centennial. However the GTX came standard with the 440 CID engine and the Road Runner with the 383 Magnum, with the only engine options being the 440 six barrel or the 426 HEMI engines. In March 1954, Plymouth finally offered a fully automatic transmission, the Chrysler PowerFlite two-speed. Each time Christine commits a murder, she restores herself so there is no evidence of what she has done. by Michael Morelli. All cars were painted red and given matching interiors. Although the police find paint chips at the crime scenes that match Christine's color, they find no damage, bloodstains, or other evidence on the car, since Christine supernaturally repairs herself after each attack. Feb 5, 2020 at 11:33pm, |  (And cheaper!) (In the novel it is revealed that her first owner, Roland Lebay had ordered her with custom paint, as the standard 1958 Fury came only in beige.) 16. The convertible was only V8 powered and V8s were available in other Belvederes with an optional "Fury" 301 cu in (4.9 L) version as well as a "High-Performance PowerPAC" at extra cost. So they purposely used the word “f*ck” along with other derivatives in order to get the “R” rating for the film. American car buyers at the time were in the thought mode of "bigger is better", and sales of these models suffered. (Good move. For more recent exchange rates, please use the. The controversial[25] televised vehicle customizer Boyd Coddington was to have been the first to start the unburied car, had it been operable. The solid front suspension provided great handling as well. Stephen King’s popularity was such at the time that the film went into production before the book was even published. and goes inside Christine, who crushes him with the seat. Either one suggests that she could have been bad to the bone even before those, and that she killed LeBay's daughter, rather than LeBay's family possessing the car. All Plymouths were treated to a major overhaul for the 1955 model year. A Fun Car to Drive & to Show! The opening scene of the movie where Christine is “born” in Detroit, is not in the book. This sequence made it impossible to accommodate what was being released by the auto industry. ’s popularity was such at the time that the film went into production before the book was even published. Scott Baio was considered to play Arnie Cunningham and Brooke Shields was considered for Leigh Cabot. At the end, Repperton himself is killed when Christine smashes through a gas station and blows it up, killing Richie Trelawney by crushing him against Buddy's Camaro and Don Vandenberg in the explosion that Christine starts. Arnie's father, Michael, takes a drive with his son and treats him to a 30-day parking pass at the local airport, thinking Arnie will only use his car when absolutely necessary. Would love to keep it, ut unfortunately I need to sell.---Restored between 2012-2013. [17] The Belvedere was reintroduced to the Australian market in early 1958 when Chrysler Australia began assembling the current model Belvedere four-door hardtop which was imported from the US in knocked-down form. Christine's license plate begins "CQB" which is an acronym for "Close Quarters Battle". In 1954 the Belvedere replaced the Cranbrook as the top trim and became a full model line with sedans, station wagons and convertible body styles. If you have a copy of the first issue hard cover with the dust jacket, you will find a picture of Mr. King sitting on the hood of a 1957 Plymouth, not a 1958, as the movie states. [4], In 1956, Chrysler's chief engineer in a public relations campaign took a Belvedere and had a turbine engine fitted instead of the standard gasoline engine, and was driven across the US.

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