In addition to the Charger, Dodge introduced another more sports oriented personal luxury car, the Dodge Magnum XE. Approximately 47,800 Magnums were sold in it's first year. This is based on Chrysler famous B plateform.
1978 Chevrolet Chevette - Dealership Film
1978 was the third model year for this small car and a promotional film was
shown in some Chevrolet dealerships to prospective buyers. This was the
last model year for a Monojet carburetor, 2-piece grille, and round
headlights. "Chevette: It's got a lot going for you!"
1978 Dodge Diplomat Promo Commercial Film Wink Martindale Voiceover
This film features the 78 Dodge Diplomat. Approximately 50,000 cars were
manufactured in it's second full year. The 78 model year saw the
introduction of the Wagon Version. This car was heavily based on the
Dodge Aspen/Plymouth Volare platform. Note the similarities of the wagon
model to the Aspen. Diplomats were only offered as passenger cars. By the
1982 Model year, Diplomats would be heavily promoted as Police Cars and
Taxi cabs. The Diplomat was in production from 1977 thru 1989 with only
minimal changes to the car which occurred in the 1980 model year. It ran
from 80 thru 90 almost unchanged. As with other Dodge promo films from 78,
this is narrated by Wink Martindale
1977 AMC Matador Barcelona II.mov
You might remember AMC's Matador Coupe, but how many of you remember the
Gaze with jaw-plunging awe at AMC's last attempt to make the Matador Coupe
a desirable product. (This is yet another clip from the 1977 AMC Dealer
Then check out the whole story at AteUpWithMotor.com.
1977 Dodge Royal Monaco Promo Comparison vs. Chevy Caprice & Ford LTD (Blues Brother Car)
This is a Dodge Demo Screen Promotional Film from Chrysler Corporation.
They were used by dealers for salesmen training and in some cases even
shown to customers. 44,039 of these Full Sized Dodges were produced in
it's final year of production. (2206 were police packages) Production
ended actually in November or December of 1976 with no cars actually being
built in 1977. There were no Full Sized Dodges after 1977 model year, this
was the end of the C Platform for Dodge. In 1979, Dodge did introduce the
St. Regis which was based off the Chrysler B Platform. This body style was
introduced in the 1974 model year at the height of the Arab Oil Embargo and
Fuel Crisis. 218,049 Dodge C Platform Monacos were produced in the 1974
thru 1977 model year, 4 model years but only 3 years of actually car
production, Summer of 1973 thru December of 1976.
1978 Dodge Aspen Commercial - R/T and Super Coupe
Before everyone starts hating on the Aspen, please know, yes, the 1976
launch was a disaster and that the Plymouth Volare and Dodge Aspen were at
the time one of the most recalled cars, but that was 1976. This is a 1978
and by then, the bugs were all worked out and these proved to be good solid
1977 Dodge Diplomat Introduction Film Commercial vs. Chevy Caprice & Cutlas Supreme
This is an introduction film from 1977 for the 1977 Dodge Diplomat which
was launched in the Winter/Spring of 1977. This was the upper level entry
into the mid-sized class of cars. It could compete with the larger
compacts as well as the New GM Full Sized Cars. My family owned one almost
identical to the vehicle featured in this film. Dark Brown with a Copper
Roof. They shared the same plateform as the Dodge Aspen. The roof and
glass and doors were interchangable with differences only in trim pieces.
The sister car for the Chrysler Plymouth Dealers was the Chrysler LeBaron.
These cars with some restyling changes in 1980 would stay into production
until the 1989 model year. It proved in the 1980's to be a very sought
after Police Car. This particular film compares the Diplomat to the new
sized GM full sized cars and old style GM Midsized Car, the Chevy Caprice
and Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
78 Dodge Diplomat vs Ford Granada Ghia & Olds CutlassTom Kite featured
78 model year. This basic car stayed in production until 1989. Diplomats
were used extensively as Police Cars and Taxi Cabs after 1981 when the
Aspen and St Regis were removed from the Dodge Line Up. It proved to be a
very successful car for Dodge. Diplomats were based off the Dodge Aspen.
They share much in styling. Even the doors of the car were the same.
Diplomats phased out the stylish two door and wagon in the early eighties.
Wink Martindale is the voice over for this video.
1979 Dodge Magnum XE GT
1979 Dodge magnum XE GT. This is a factory original Black T-top GT with red
bucket seat & console interior.
1977 Dodge Ramcharger Promotional Film - Dodge Demo Screen
This is a Roy Ross film for Chrysler Corporation's Dodge Division for it's
Dodge Demo Screen used in Dodge Dealers. This film was saved from the
trash in 1980 when Sam Dell Dodge, (formerly Suburban Dodge) of Natick MA
was being shut down. This was a factory owned store.
1978 Dodge Magnum XE 1 Owner MOPAR Cordoba For Sle
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1978 Dodge Omni vs VW Rabbit Golf & Toyota & Datsun Chi Chi Rodrigeuz
This Dodge Promo film was made in the Fall of 1977 for the January 1978
Introduction of the Dodge Omni. Chrysler Corporation introduced it's first
world car'. This car was in production from Fall of 77 till Spring of 89.
They were sold as Dodge Omni, Plymouth Horizon, Chrysler Horizon in the UK
and the Simca Talbot Horizon in France. 165,000 cars were sold in the USA
in it's first year of production. The US version used a VW engine block
with Chrysler Parts attached which is kind of ironic considering that they
are comparing the car to the VW Rabbit (Golf) in this film. Chi Chi
Rodriguez does the intro for this film. Wink Martindale does the voice
over for this. These films were produced by the Roy Ross Advertising
agency for Chrysler. They were filmed in Palm Springs. Apologies for the
bad sound quality after about 3 minutes, it's a film that's over 30 years