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  • Not too much time for thought right now, a lot come to mind but I'll throw the Challenger from Vanishing Point out there first.

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  • OK, well not truly my favourite, but I know no one else is going to nominate it: the 2CV from the James Bond film "For Your Eyes Only":

    [img] entmontage.de/bilder/galerie/James-Bond-11g.jpg[/img]

  • I was raised in the '60s, so the C-1 and C-2 Corvettes from '60 to '64 as star of the Route 66 TV series. Didn't care for the few episodes when Martin Milner was not driving (after all, it was his car). Although he was a rich kid stepping away from his rich parents, he always managed to get a new Corvette even though he only worked occasionally. But that was nothing, compared to the time travelin' Cartrights who always managed to sneak a new Chevy (Corvette for Adam) into town during commercials.

  • One of the baddest movie cars ever
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  • lamborghini miura from the opening credits of the original italian job

    lotus esprit submarine

    george jetson's flying-car-in-a-briefcase




  • The perfect car for littered dystopian streets…the Mazda Miata in "Looper".

    [img] i.imgur.com/Cb4LCwr.jpg[/img]

    Or, the Miata as the perfect action hero car in "MacGruber".

    [img] i.imgur.com/BWgmvNz.jpg?1[/img]

  • Ford Falcon XB Coupe in "Love the Beast", a movie I've been practically begging Gianni to see. Either he has already and hasn't told me or I'll wear him down sooner or later…

    [img] i.imgur.com/cY2UdbB.jpg[/img]

  • Holden HX Panel Van in the classic ozploitation flick, "Midnite Spares". If you liked the original "Mad Max" you owe it to yourself to see this movie.

    [img] i.imgur.com/eesZ2Lp.jpg?1[/img]

    • Speaking of ozploitation flicks…can I just say that I'm painfully restricting myself from listing movies with fantastic motorcycles in them? I'm being good and will continue to do so but lordy, lordy, it's with MASSIVE restraint on my part!

    • Not a GTO, I think it was a California Spider. And according to the Internet Movie Cars Database, what was used in the movie was not a real Ferrari:


  • twofer
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    • I always found it absolutely hilarious that he figured out how to make it himself. Check out the "tools" behind him. Yep, it's so simple anybody could do it and the only evidence left on you and your spotless, white, pinstriped button-down is the "grease" left on your cheek and forehead. Ha ha ha!

      Hey, that lady just stole my dog!

  • Cause you know I had to pull a '57 Buick outta somewhere… most figure all the Buicks in Highway Patrol were '55's. Not so…the '57 made an appearance too. Don't make me start with Perry Mason.
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    1971 Plymouth Valiant. My absolute favorite movie car and real life car ever. From the movie Duel with Dennis Weaver.

  • Alfa Romeo Spider Graduate from…wait, what was the name of the movie? I forget. It's right there…if I could just…remember.

    [img] i.imgur.com/XDdRhPD.jpg[/img]

  • You guys are missing the best car from "Back to the Future".
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  • McQueen is not the only super cool dude here; there's also Columbo and his signature Peugeot 403 Convertible.

    [img] i.imgur.com/iPLQnIE.jpg?1[/img]

  • The first car Otto repossesses in "Repo Man". It's a generic white Olds Cutlass, sometimes a 2-door and some times a 4-door depending on the shot (just to make it even more generic)

  • Dredd's ride …

    I worked at Land Rover Solihull when these came back from filming, and we used to use them to drive from one side of the plant to the other. Not easy to get into but worth it to see the look on some unsuspecting fool's face!

    [img] landroverclub.net/Club/Verschiedenes/Judge_dread_3.jpg[/img]

    • Oh man, this is an opportunity I've been waiting for. I have always wanted to ask an insider this. I ask it out of complete respect to you (and also I ask as a certified Land Rover nut)—-what the #$# is up with the quality control for the products that come out of that plant? I always assumed that the engineering was fine (genius at times, even), but the manufacturing tolerances were poor, but is there something else deeper? Are the sins of the British Leyland days just too deep to dig out of? Thanks for any insight you can provide.

  • No clue how this hasn't been mentioned yet, but one of the greatest car movies of all time, IMHO.

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    • You probably don't care about the answer but I'm a sucker for stuff like this. The answer is yes, there was a television movie and they're currently developing the property into a feature for the silver screen. "They" being…I don't know. And why would they do such a thing, you may ask? Because $$$, unsurprisingly. Which still makes it a terrible idea.

    • I'm not exactly sure what you're talking about but a pilot for a remake was made. It never made it to air but I've seen it, thanks to friends in the biz who support my OCD. Garner wasn't in it and it was not good. It had a good cast but it was extremely poorly written and directed.

  • I am surprised that no one had brought this one up yet!!

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    • or this version:
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      or this:
      [img] i1197.photobucket.com/albums/aa437/SHT2003/imcdb/manx.jpg[/img]

      or this:
      [img] imcdb.org/i229961.jpg[/img]

  • What about these classics?

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  • What about the Tumbler from Batman?

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  • UH-OH!!
    I got so excited to share these cars that I forgot rule number 2: "You can post again, but only after someone else posts another car." Please forgive me!

  • Michael Delany's (Steve McQueen) 911 from Le Mans:

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    • I already posted Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. It won the contest.

      Not only could it fly, and float, but it was a former winning race car repurposed in a barn.

  • Here's mrkwong's submission:

    [img] pics.imcdb.org/0ge19/194218-vlcsnap-81532.jpg [/img]

    I'm partial to the M5:

    [img] ultimatedriveapp.com/blog/wp-content/upLoads/ronin3.jpg [/img]

    However, my son, Ronin Ayrton, is on board with both!

  • Always running from the law!

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  • They don't call it LandMaster for nuttin'!

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    Dean Jefferies, Damnation Alley (the movie sukked)

  • Buick Grand National (though some say it's actually a customized Regal Turbo T) in one of, if not THE, best television shows ever made; "Life".

    [img] i.imgur.com/clwokkt.jpg?1[/img]

  • Somebody already mentioned the semi from Stephen King's "Duel" but nobody mentioned the semi from "Maximum Overdrive"!

    [img] i27.photobucket.com/albums/c173/4091/3MA.jpg[/img]

  • The movie "The Car"

    [img] 4.bp.blogspot.com/-Ollr7O-q1Do/TeBVFX-EIWI/AAAAAAAAApQ/uVD6uBeOdz4/s1600/The-Car-1977-James-Brolin.png[/img]

  • The delightful Ms. Peel in her Lotus Elan S3 in "The Avengers" (not the box office brain-dead monstrosity), the stuff of many a young boy's dreams.

    [img] i.imgur.com/cjS67fU.jpg?1[/img]

  • Oops, typo. They had me from the opening moments of the show where Number Six is driving his Lotus Seven in "The Prisioner". Too bad the remake mini-series wasn't better. I like Caviezel a lot.

    [img] i.imgur.com/9Smqna5.jpg?1[/img]

  • M-505 Adams Brothers Probe 16v from A Clockwork Orange

    [img] 3.bp.blogspot.com/-BDGs33UGGXM/UVuMv9tBs4I/AAAAAAAAOFQ/WbY2HY1mydQ/s1600/tumblr_lwitgswTFj1r8rzvio1_500.jpg[/img]

  • Cobra and Daytona, Gumball Rally
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  • There is no Scooby Doo without The Mystery Machine.

    [img] i.imgur.com/kwEF5zo.jpg[/img]

    And don't forget the brilliant homage in "Mike Tyson Mysteries".

    [img] i.imgur.com/Ti6jxAC.jpg?1[/img]

  • After all those cool cars you posted K2, i will just leave this here…

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  • To tag along with the blues mobile (previously mentioned), I'd like to add in the Illinois Nazi-mobile. No, not the Pinto. The '75 LTD Wagon.

    Also, I can't believe nobody has yet mentioned the Family Truckster from National Lampoon's Vacation.

    I'd drop pics from the IMCDB.org site, but I'm @ work and thus can't.

  • I already won with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, because, well, it's Chitty Chitty Bang Bang: former race car turned flying boat car machine of awesomeness in a barn.

    But I'm posting this because no one else has:


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