I am in the process of building a webpage that will showcase famous cars from
Films and TV. I was just curious as to what some
favorites were, especially some of the more obscure ones. We all know about
Bullitt and Gone in 60 Seconds, but what are some of
the less known favorites?
I would appreciate it if some people would share their favorites to help us
build the page right.
On 25 Apr 2005 09:50:21 -0500, Collector Car Central
One of my favorites is the 'Flying Wombat' Phantom Corsair:
Although not a "car", here's a vehicle I saw sitting in storage many
years ago and learned through the following and other websites that it
has been resurrected for additional film duties:
There are several websites devoted to, or featuring, the American
Graffiti '55 Chevy and yellow highboy coupe. I don't have bookmarks
for them but viewed them within the past year or so.
I have visited various other film and TV vehicle websites so you're
not undertaking a unique venture.
Good luck, and, post info about your progress on occasion in various
- Site featuring movie and TV cars from "Bullitt"(1968 Mustang GT 390),
Charlies Angels (1976 Mustang II Cobra), 1969 Charger R/T 440 from Dirty
Mary/Crazy Larry, 1973 Ford Mustang Mach I from "Gone in 60 Seconds" , 1970
Challenger R/T 440 from Vanishing Point, 1971 Hemi 'Cuda convertible from
the TV show Nash Bridges and the 1976 Ford Gran Torino (460 V8) from the TV
show Starsky & Hutch.
Site for the movie "Gone in 60 Seconds" (1974) featuring a 1973 Ford Mustang
Mach I. The Mach I featured a stock 351W modified with a four-barrel
- Site featuring the 71 Mustang Mach I from the Bond movie "Diamonds are
- Site featuring the movie "Bullitt" and that 1968 Highland Green GT 390
Yet another $.02 worth from a proud owner of a 1970 Mach 1 351C @
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