Skip to comments.Memorable B-List Movie Cars
Posted on 09/06/2012 7:34:30 AM PDT by Pharmboy
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Good catch! I forgot about that one!
1965 Lincoln Continental. The Matrix.
Still want one with the Suicide rear doors...
Geez...you guys are stirring some cool memories.
That was the only good thing about an otherwise horrible movie. It was Terantino's worst ever.
The original Death Race 2000. A cornucopia of Volkswagen kit cars.
“Needs a new cigarette lighter”
Only a few cars can claim the title role. Herbie was one. Gran Torino was another.
The DeLorean is definitely an A-List movie car, not a B-Lister.
Beat me to it. That’s the definitive B-List movie car, just because it pops up in so many.
The 68 Camaro from Aloha Bobby and Rose
White early ‘70s Dodge Dart of old ladies had flat fixed by Bill Murray in Groundhog Day (Perfect car for that group).
I don’t remember the model, but I love the scene in the Godfather where Robert Duvall takes Diane Keaton through the property, and she asks about a wrecked car with a smashed window. Without missing a beat, Duvall dryly says “An accident. But nobody was hurt.”
Also, this one is not from the movies, but from tv, the 3-wheeled "Blue Car" that was Mr. Bean's nemesis:
the Plymouth Belvedere GTX from Tommy Boy!
‘Really cool in the movies, but Im still scratching my head how they thought it would work IRL.”
It kicked ass!
I know...and only available *there*.
Frankly, I just love *all* the old Detroit muscle.
One of those with the original, faded factory paint job was parked in a bar lot west of me the other day.
Funny how you can admire it..and still keep your eye on it until you’re well past it....LOL
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