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The basic plot of Uncle Buck is simple enough: A family emergency forces an upper-middle-class suburban couple to leave their three children in the care of the kids’ irresponsible Uncle Buck (played by John Candy). Uncle Buck is an oafish-yet-likeable slacker who is unmarried and has no steady job; the producers found the perfect car for him in a clapped-out 1977 Mercury Marquis Brougham.
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This is actually a used 1975 Mercury Marquis Brougham which is about 14 years old in 1989 during the filming of Uncle e car leaks oil, gas, and plus burns oil and gas in the e car now looks beat up like Hutches 1973 Ford Galaxie on the 1975 through 1979 television series called Starsky and Hutch.
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Buck’s car is a 1977 Mercury Marquis Brougham. He calls it “The Beast.” Filmmakers used a combination of a gunshot and a firecracker to create its backfiring noise.
Buck lives in a small apartment in Chicago, drinks, smokes cigars, earns his living by betting on rigged horse races and drives a dilapidated 1977 Mercury that backfires. Buck and his girlfriend Chanice have been together for eight years; she wants to get married and start a family, and Buck has grudgingly accepted a new job at her tire shop.
The 1964 Malibu from Repo Man. (probably junked, but Jalopnik has everything you ever wanted to know about casting the cars.--ed). The car (1975 Mercury Marquis Brougham) from Uncle e 'vette from Corvette Summer (a recurring question). The 'vette from Sting Ray (Nick Mancuso).