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7 of our favorite movie cars

We love to trace the myriad ways that cars (and trucks!) permeate our culture and our lives. When we’re not documenting our own adventures or analyzing the collector market or swapping an engine in the garage, we’re digging through the never-ending treasure trove of automotive movies. Though we’ve unearthed some obscure titles in recent months, our own Brad Phillips and Colin Comer decided to spend some time debating the all-time greats movie cars in a recent livestream.

 

Read the full article on Hagerty.com: https://www.hagerty.com/media/entertainment/7-of-our-favorite-movie-cars/

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Passenger

Get the lighter fixed......

Pit Crew

How about a couple of obscure choices? Steve McQueen's 911S from the beginning of LeMans, and James Garner's Mustang GT350 from Grand Prix.

Passenger

I thought that there would be a couple of shoe ins - The Bullitt Mustang and DeLorean from Back to the Future.  What about the 1966 Thunderbird from Thelma and Louise? 

Passenger

Oh wait - what about 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California  from Bueller's Day Off?? Bueller … Bueller....

Intermediate Driver

Gumball rally and Grand Theft Auto were both full of great cars and any car from those movies probably should not be on the list just for that reason. I want to know how Herbie, the Bandit Trans Am, and the Ferrari from Ferris Buelers day off didn't make the List?

Pit Crew

BATMOBILE !!!

New Driver

Challenger RT in Vanishing Point is #1.  Charger and Mustang in Bullitt #2, Charger in Dirty Larry ans Crazy Mary and Camaro in Henry Winkler return from Vietnam movie.  Better choices.

Passenger

How about the Pontiac from "Knight Rider" and Jimmy Stewart's DeSoto from Vertigo?

Passenger

Ferrari 250 PF Cabriolet Elvis drove in the movie “Spinout”

New Driver

I agree with the other posts in their choices over the so-so choices of listed in the article.

Plus these that might be duplicates:

Challenger RT in Vanishing Point is #1.  Charger and Mustang in Bullitt #2, Charger in Dirty Larry ans Crazy Mary and Camaro in the Vietnam veteran movie Heroes.  That Camaro was exactly how returning vets modified them in the early 70's.  I always loved that big block corvette hood bulge adapted to the 70-1/2 Camaro.  Another great car fro modification was the 70 Challenger becasue they can be painted with a multitude of colors to accentuate the line of the design and the front headlight covered with plexi or billet horizontal grill taht goes from headlight to headlight looks awesome too.  I'd like to see more coverage of car that people modified similar to the World of Wheels car show cars.