Iconic movie cars that will be remembered forever!
The most iconic movie cars of all times – epic movie cars! This is a Top 10 list of the most iconic movie cars, but since we are both movie fans and car lovers, the list of most iconic cars is too big to narrow it to ten. So, in that honor, we’ll mention few other cars that haven’t been mentioned in the video by WatchMojo.
The most iconic movie cars of all times – epic movie cars!
This list involves only cars that have appeared in movies, and not TV shows, comics, etc. That’s why General Lee is not included in the list. In the video you’ll see the most iconic movie cars including the Bumblebee Camaro from Transformers, the Delorean from Back to the future, the Ecto 1 from Ghostbusters and more. Before you check out the video, let’s discuss the cars that weren’t mentioned.
Like Dominic Toreto’s Charger. In four of the films, Dom drives his deceased father’s black 1970 Dodge Charger. In the first film, Dom tells Brian that he and his father built the 900 horsepower car, but that he had never driven it, because it “scares the shit out of him.” Dom uses it to help Brian by attacking one of Tran’s henchmen. He later races Brian’s Supra with it; however, he totals it when he collides with a truck.
Paul Walker’s Toyota Supra from Fast and Furious. For this franchise, there were 58 stunt cars built by Eddie Paul. Given the fact that this is a stunt ride it gets stuff like heavy duty suspension, a strengthened fuel tank, a set of competition seats and a full roll cage. There are some gauges inside too as well as huge rear wing and that noticeable wide body kit.
The Eleanor Mustang from Gone in 60 seconds. Gone in 60 Seconds is a film that features Nicolas Cage as master auto thief Randall “Memphis” Raines. The “Eleanor” name is given to the film’s featured car; a Dupont Peper Grey 1967 Ford Mustang fastback, depicted as a Shelby GT500, with a customized body kit designed by Steve Stanford.
Lightning McQueen, typically referred to by his surname McQueen, is an anthropomorphic stock car in the animated Pixar film Cars. The car is based on a Chevrolet Corvette C6 which is why late in the original film he is painted much like the 50’s Chevrolet Corvette C1.
The Bluesmobile is a 1974 Dodge Monaco sedan that was prominently featured in the 1980 Universal Pictures film The Blues Brothers. The car is described as a decommissioned Mount Prospect police car, purchased by Elwood Blues at an auction.
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