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    I loved the Alfa Romeo in "The Graduate".
    Everything's good!

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    4th pic down is from Bullitt i believe.
    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?

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    Yep that is Bullitt, Ever watch it in Bluray with surround sound? Awesome! Count how many hubcaps the charger loses. Marc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 58Belvedere View Post
    Yep that is Bullitt, Ever watch it in Bluray with surround sound? Awesome! Count how many hubcaps the charger loses. Marc.
    No. But I may have to get it on blu ray since my dad n i both have one.
    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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    No Black Beauty, no Batmobile, no Eleanor!!!!

    Replace those crappy little red/white/blue minis with the three cars above and you have a list starting to approach cool.

    As a long-suffering owner of a Mini I never understood the attraction of The Italian Job: crap cars, nauseating cockney accents, 'Herbie' style car stunts and a truely annoying theme tune!!! yuk!!!!
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    Anyway, this is a pointless debate, coz we all know how the Cult Car hobby is going to end up.

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    I think the Ford Coupe of the California Kidd should be in there :)

    http://www.bing.com/search?q=califor...logo=CT3210127
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSled View Post
    I think the Ford Coupe of the California Kidd should be in there :)

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    Agreed

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    Remake of the Italian job was better then the original.
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by RedSled View Post
    I think the Ford Coupe of the California Kidd should be in there :)
    Thanks!!!! I clean forgot about that one!! But it should come as a pair with "Eliminator".
    Captain Keep-On-Thread strikes again!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doobster View Post
    I loved the Alfa Romeo in "The Graduate".
    That shows good taste Lee.


    Quote Originally Posted by ArnieCunningham58 View Post
    4th pic down is from Bullitt i believe.
    Yep, two of the greatest movie cars of all time.


    Quote Originally Posted by 58Belvedere View Post
    Yep that is Bullitt, Ever watch it in Bluray with surround sound? Awesome! Count how many hubcaps the charger loses. Marc.
    Seven from memory, but whose counting. :)


    Quote Originally Posted by RedSled View Post
    I think the Ford Coupe of the California Kidd should be in there :)
    Never got significant airtime over here in Oz.


    Quote Originally Posted by billy whizz View Post
    No Black Beauty, no Batmobile, no Eleanor!!!!
    Respectively bugger all airtime in Oz, talking film not series/mad for TV, too obvious.

    But yeah, do like the last "one" even if 2 cars, the original 71/73 hybrid and the '67 hot-rod.......



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    What was the car in The French Connection?
    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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    Quote Originally Posted by ArnieCunningham58 View Post
    What was the car in The French Connection?
    Which one? the main ones were a Pontiac Lemans and the other was a Lincoln.

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    What has that puss colour Mustink got to do with it? Yuk!!!

    And the 66 Batmobile WAS in a made for cinema movie!!!!!

    So was the movie Black Beauty....not that shite 60's hearse version with the silly roof.

    Anyway, I ain't got time for this.........too busy gaffer taping old vacuum hoses and CD players to the sides of my old silver Ford Fiesta Van so I can pretend to be Marty McFly.
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    The yellow Mustang is from H.B. Halicki's Gone In Sixty Seconds. The good version.
    "It was red and white--Chrysler never offered the 1958 Plymouth Fury in those colors; Rollie had gotten it custom-painted."

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    Did any one mention the most famous car of all times? It was made for movie and TV over the years.


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    Quote Originally Posted by INSATANSSEAT View Post
    The yellow Mustang is from H.B. Halicki's Gone In Sixty Seconds. The good version.
    School-bus yellow as it was cheap. But no bullshit or CG.


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    The car I have my heart set on but can't afford right now is The Hearse movie car. It came out around the same time as Christine.




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