Riding The Bullet

'59 Plymouths appear in all of these film clips. Don't expect to make sense of the story! It's all about the cars. Add your own clip, I'll make an icon for it!
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Riding The Bullet

Post by Faulkner »

This was a cheesy adaptation of a Stephen King novella by the same name. And it's not even a '59 Plymouth, it's a '60.

...that is, until the crash scene. For whatever reason, the filmmakers glommed the rear end of a '59 Plymouth to a '60 for that scene. Go figure!
IMDB wrote:When a man finds out his mother is dying and tries to hitchike his way to the hospital, he is picked up by a stranger with a deadly secret.
We're introduced to George Staub and his '60 Plymouth
The crash scene
Goodbye, George!
Look at those '59 fins and taillights!
A gruesome scene, but another good look at the fins
"If it's new, Plymouth's got it!"

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