Movie car heros nobody paid attention to. The actually cool ones.
The often forgotten Legends from automotive cinema
Behold- the OG: Eleanor. Which one do you prefere?. THe 60s or 70s version?
A green '69 Charger didn't make it all too often onto the big screen but with Drity Marry, crazy Larry it made it.
In "At close Range" father and son tagged along in a 1970 Chevelle and a 69 Camaro Z28. Pretty dang cool.
In "good guys wear black" you can see Chuck Norris drive porsche street and race cars!
Then we have the Shelby GT350 Hertz edition from american gangster but this time Tom Cruise uses it to run from Aliens in "War of the Worlds".
But the actuall winner of which is the coolest movie car of them all is a 1971 Plymouth Hemi 'cuda. The grand Daddy of all muscle cars. RIghtfully so. The movie was not quite as fabolous as its pick for the main movie car tho.
Adonis Creed's '65 Mustang Coupe.
Then there was this shitty movie (I've even forgotten the name, I believe it was something with spider webs..) but it featured a matte black Vent in a door driven in the snow.
You've seen Bullitt, right? But did you also see this white firebird at least 5 times in a shot as well?
There it is again... sneaky sucker..
Remember this 1968 Mercury Cougar XR-7 ? Tell me which film it's from and you'll win something.
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