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The and engines went from a standard 2. A larger brake booster was also added to help reduce braking effort.
The models continued with only minor refinements. Again the front and rear styling was refreshed slightly. The change to the was a result of switching from the larger Rochester 2GC carburetor to the smaller Rochester Dualjet carburetor. The engine was unchanged.
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Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. September Learn how and when to remove this template message The Caprice Classic saw its first major revision since the downsizing.
To further improve the fuel economy of the car, efforts were made to reduce weight and improve aerodynamics. The Caprice received all new exterior sheet metal, without drastically changing the look of the car. To improve aerodynamics the hood was tapered lower, while the trunk area was higher. The grille was now an egg crate style while the tail-light panel featured three separate square lights per side. All the doors and components within were redesigned to be lighter, including the window crank mechanisms, which now used a tape drive mechanism.
The new styling increased the trunk capacity of both coupes and sedans to A new frame lift jack replaced the bumper mounted model. Easy-roll radial tires, improved anti-corrosion measures, low friction ball joints and larger front suspension bushings were also new for Puncture-sealant tires and cornering lights were new options. California emission cars used the Buick 3. The base V8 engine was new for This engine had a Rochester Dualjet carburetor, and was not available in California.
To further increase fuel economy, all transmissions were equipped with an electronically controlled lock-up torque converter clutch. Styling was unchanged other than the grille which remained egg crate style but now had larger sections.
Refinements included redesigned front disc brakes for less drag and a translucent plastic master cylinder reservoir. The cruise control became equipped with a resume feature, while wire wheel covers had locking bolts to secure them in place.
The engine line-up remained unchanged, although the 3.
All engines were updated with the Computer Command Control CCC system which included an electronically metered carburetor. This change occurred in for California emission cars and did not occur to Canadian emission cars until The model line-up was reduced by one, with the Caprice Landau coupe dropped. Remaining were the sedan, sport coupe, six-passenger wagon and the eight-passenger wagon. A new four-speed automatic overdrive transmission with lock-up torque converter joined the powertrain line-up.
This transmission helped boost highway fuel economy, while improving city performance with a 3. The engine line-up and power ratings remained unchanged.
The cubic-inch Diesel V8 engine was now available on all models. No two-door models were produced, leaving only the four-door and the eight-passenger station wagon, since the 6-passenger wagon also left the line-up. The model year saw the return of the two-door sport coupe making a three model line-up.
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The windshield washer controls were moved from the dashboard to the turn signal stalk to create the multi-stalk. An optional Landau package included a vinyl roof, sport mirrors and reveal moldings.
Powertrain availability and power ratings were unchanged for Original storyboards show them wearing riotsquad-type helmets with movable transparent visors. Lonesome Ghosts includes the line "I ain't scared of no ghost". Reitman liked the basic idea but immediately saw the budgetary impracticality of Aykroyd's first draft. The only condition was that the movie was ready for release by June Aykroyd and Ramis rewrote the screenplay in Martha's Vineyard basement the following weeks.
John DeCuirknown for his elaborate sets, was hired as production designer and art director, which Reitman considered a coup, as he wanted the film's visuals to tell a story using architectural cues. The packs were designed by Design consultant Stephen Dane, who "went home and got foam pieces and just threw a bunch of stuff together to get the look. It was highly machined but it had to look off-the-shelf and military surplus.
Lightweight packs made of foam rubber were used for stunt work. Early versions of it were jet black, and featured more fantastic features, such as the ability to dematerialize and evade police pursuit.
The vehicle used for the Ectomobile during filming was a modified Cadillac Miller-Meteor with an aftermarket ambulance conversion.
Stephen Dane created its high-tech roof array in Hollywood with various objects including a directional antenna, an air-conditioning unit, storage boxes and a radome. Because of its size, the roof rack was shipped to Manhattan via airplane, while the car had to be transported to the East Coast via train.
Sound designer Richard Beggs created the car's distinctive siren from the snarl of a leopard, cut and played backward. Belushi was supposed to be Aykroyd's sidekick, while Candy was supposed to be Louis Tully. However, Belushi died before the screenplay was completed, and Candy did not understand the role, so he passed it on.
Rick Moranis loved the script and signed on for the role. The demonic voice of Gozer was provided by Paddi Edwards.
Julia Roberts auditioned for the role of Dana Barrett. Excited by the part, he agreed to the job for half his usual salary.
The night before shooting began, he was given a new script with a greatly reduced role; Reitman told him the studio had wanted to expand Murray's role. In a article for Entertainment WeeklyHudson wrote: I love the movie, I love the guys. I'm very thankful to Ivan for casting me. I'm very thankful that fans appreciate the Winston character.
Among the locations that granted permission for filming was Columbia Universitywhich allowed its Havemeyer Hall to stand in for the fictional "Weaver Hall", on the condition that the University not be identified by name.
The Irving Trust Bank on Fifth Avenue served as the bank where Aykroyd's character takes out a third mortgage to provide the Ghostbusters' startup money. When people went home early in the evening everything was normal, and when the little old ladies came out to walk their dogs in the morning, the whole street had erupted. Apparently people complained to the New York Police Department and their switchboard lit up. When Aykroyd admitted that he was, Asimov replied, "It's disgusting.
The Ultimate Visual History, states, "Infectious energy was everywhere.