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    best movie cars of all time:

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    Movie cars: 20 best of all time



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    American Graffiti, Paul Le Mat


    The Love Bug


    Back to the Future


    FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF, Matthew Broderick, 1986


    Risky Business


    NATIONAL LAMPOON'S VACATION, Beverly D'Angelo, Chevy Chase, 1983


    Smokey and the Bandit


    The Blues Brothers


    The Godfather


    IRON MAN, Robert Downey Jr. (left), 2008


    Le Mans


    Christine


    CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG


    Rebel Without A Cause, James Dean, Natalie Wood, 1955


    Ghostbusters


    Aston Martin DB5


    1968 Ford Mustang Fastback GT 390


    American Graffiti, Paul Le Mat


    Mad Max


    The Cannonball Run


    The Fast And The Furious


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    American Graffiti, Paul Le Mat
    The Love Bug
    Back to the Future
    FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF, Matthew Broderick, 1986
    Risky Business
    NATIONAL LAMPOON'S VACATION, Beverly D'Angelo, Chevy Chase, 1983
    Smokey and the Bandit
    The Blues Brothers
    The Godfather
    IRON MAN, Robert Downey Jr. (left), 2008
    Le Mans
    Christine
    CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG
    Rebel Without A Cause, James Dean, Natalie Wood, 1955
    Ghostbusters
    Aston Martin DB5
    1968 Ford Mustang Fastback GT 390
    American Graffiti, Paul Le Mat
    Mad Max
    The Cannonball Run
    The Fast And The Furious






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    12 of 21 Courtesy Everett Collection/Rex


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    1958 Plymouth Fury, ‘Christine’



    Based on Stephen King's novel about an evil hunk of automotive metal, the 1983 horror classic "Christine" featured a red and white 1958 Plymouth Fury as its title character. A sentient but possessed car that could mysteriously repair herself, Christine could also communicate her murderous intentions. Although there were some human actors in the movie, they've long been forgotten. Who could upstage an evil 1950s land yacht with huge tail fins?

    BING: PICTURES OF SCARY CARS #12 of 21 marc.
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    NO BATMOBILE!!!!!!
    The 66 Batmobile has to be the ultimate movie car bar none!
    The Tumbler is a pretty iconic car - the bastard offspring of Lambourghini and Hummer.

    AND WHAT ABOUT BLACK BEAUTY??????

    ELEANOR?????!!!!!


    DEATH RACE 2000????
    RAIN MAN?

    Seems the best movie cars are actually missing from that list.

    Half of those cars are just stock, average cars, (Risky Business, Iron Man)!!!!!!

    Sorry fellas but half that list is crap!
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    I agree with Geoff on this one, the list is lacking; plus the American Graffiti car is on there twice!
    Pete
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    Pete, , dont agree with Geoff, even if he is right, ,
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    Build it yourself, then at least you know it will be right.

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    I don't even agree with me.....only a dumbass would agree with me!!!
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    Apart from Christine n Chitty I could leave the rest behind.


    In fact this thread has made me SO ANGRY I just did a little wee-wee in my pants.
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    not again........
    Build it yourself, then at least you know it will be right.

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    My list would start................
    Christine
    The Car
    Somewhere in time
    Black Beauty
    Blues Mobile
    The ones I would love to build anyway.

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    My top 10 for what it's worth.....

    Christine ('58 Plymouth)
    Mad Max Interceptor ('74 XB GT Falcon)
    Goldfinger/Thunderball Aston Martin ('63/'64 DB5)
    Bullitt Mustang ('68 390 GT Fastback)
    Bullitt Charger ('68 440 R/T)
    Ferris Bueller Ferrari ("Modena Calspyder", '61 250 SWB California Replica)
    Vanishing Point Challenger ('70 Dodge Challenger R/T)
    Graduate Alfa ('66 Duetto Spyder)
    Original Italian Job Mini's ('68 Mk 1 Copper S)
    48 Hours Porsche ("Intermeccanica" '55 356 A Speedster replica)

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    Are we talking specific movie cars or television cars too? That's where the '66 batmobile would come in. Along with the general lee, monsters coach etc. I never did care much for the movie Batmobiles. But the ghostbusters car should be there too no?

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    My bad. The ghostbusters car is there. A-duh!

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    Can't have 2 of the same car? What about the 57 Plymouth police car in the California Kid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by billy whizz View Post
    Apart from Christine n Chitty I could leave the rest behind.


    In fact this thread has made me SO ANGRY I just did a little wee-wee in my pants.
    I owe you this one.....

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    Chrissy, those 'accident' pants are no good!!!! "Small/medium" size!!! You clearly have never seen the size of my ass - it's H U G E!!!

    I will obviously have to email you a photo.......all the other members have one.............
    ..................and more than a few use it as their screen saver.
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    Now, back on thread:

    NOBODY MENTIONED ELEANOR!!!!!!

    The 66 Batmobile WAS in a movie.

    Connor Macloud's Porsche Speedster in Highlander

    Thelma & Louise Thunderbird??? (Personally I don't like the 66-style flairbirds).

    Elvira's spooky 1959 Thunderbird?? Anyone?

    Walter White's Aztec???? Yuk!! (I know, TV only).

    The Daytona in Miami Vice (TV again).

    Any Fast N Furious car as long as it is only Vin Deisel's GTO or a Skyline......(the rest is just Jap-crap).

    Will Darnell's Cadillac?

    What is the "somewhere in time" car?

    TV only: Jim Rockford's Pontiac!!!
    Man from Uncle Car.


    Worst car ever on TV: Those anaemic fox-bodied Mustinks driven by Charlie's Angels
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    Vanishing Point Imperial!!!
    "It was red and white--Chrysler never offered the 1958 Plymouth Fury in those colors; Rollie had gotten it custom-painted."

    "I know thy works, and where thou dwellest, even where Satan's seat is: and thou holdest fast my name, and hast not denied my faith, even in those days wherein Antipas was my faithful martyr, who was slain among you, where Satan dwelleth."

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    The Car Lincoln Continental Mark 3

    Christine 58 Fury/Belvedere

    Happy Toyz truck

    Dennis Guilder's Charger and Duster

    Oh I could go on and on.
    Arnie Cunningham: Well, isn't that what you're supposed to do with sh*t? Scrape it up with a little shovel?

    Arnie Cunningham - All of this because some drunk ran over that sh*tter Welch?

    Arnie Cunningham - you just saddle up and ride along with all those other sh*tters.

    Arnie Cunningham - 'Ung-ung-gooth-ung,'



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    Dare I mention the Opel Mantas in the German hit movie "Manta Mania"???

    OK, fergeddit then!!!
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    There was a movie linked from OIC called Devil's Island. It had a 59 Fury coupe in it. I think it was shot in Iceland. The guy was obsessed with the fifties. He imported the Fury and started a greaser gang with his friends. The whole town made fun of his car. His family was pissed that he spent all of his savings. I think the film was all subtitled.
    "It was red and white--Chrysler never offered the 1958 Plymouth Fury in those colors; Rollie had gotten it custom-painted."

    "I know thy works, and where thou dwellest, even where Satan's seat is: and thou holdest fast my name, and hast not denied my faith, even in those days wherein Antipas was my faithful martyr, who was slain among you, where Satan dwelleth."

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    I have seen films made in Iceland......BLEAK!!!
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