Comments - 5 Hollywood Muscle Cars

Published: Mar 24, 2013
Description: They were some of the most defining and memorable cars ever to have graced the Silver Screen. These classic muscle cars were (and still are) badass in every way and were actually affordable during th...
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Jason Ware Mar 25, 2013
If the fastback from bullitt isn't in here I'm deleting the app.
Description: This is what looking cool while driving fast and dangerous is all about. The sight of Steve McQueen in "Bullitt" tearing up the streets of San Francisco in a dark green 1968 Ford Mustang while chasing...
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Jason Ware Mar 25, 2013
The most iconic car chase ever to be filmed.
Jason Ware Mar 25, 2013
Thank you carbuzz
Nick Rowe Mar 24, 2013
Best in the business
Colby Church Mar 24, 2013
Great car chase.
Jacob Burford Mar 25, 2013
What a beauty!
Greg Lewis Mar 25, 2013
Wait, I stand corrected. They made a vanishing point challenger, very limited, and only one year. :)
Greg Lewis Mar 25, 2013
Could any other iconic car be put in to production like the bullitt? Not flashy at all (in fact had spoiler delete) and charge more, yet fly out of the show rooms? Dodge never made a "general lee" (i know why) but play along! Or k.i.t.t.?
Author Norman R. Colson Mar 25, 2013
Masterpiece....
Zachary Fix Mar 24, 2013
I want it soo bad
Justin Routh Mar 24, 2013
There is nothing like the first generation mustang. I love it
Paul Dickey Mar 24, 2013
Great color for this beauty.
Jordan Nishida Mar 24, 2013
Best mustang fastback
Nino Muradi Mar 24, 2013
I love it
Adam Thomson Mar 24, 2013
I disagree, this looks manly.
Colby Church Mar 24, 2013
I hate dark green. It's so ugly...
Jason Ware Mar 25, 2013
Agreed @ Arthur
Author Norman R. Colson Mar 25, 2013
They need to recreate this for modern times
Rico Turner Mar 24, 2013
Beast
Bruce Tumblin Mar 24, 2013
My favorite pony car: 1968-1970 Mustang Fastback!
Justin Routh Mar 24, 2013
The fastbacks are awesome but for some reason ive always prefered the coupe
Jordan Nishida Mar 24, 2013
My favorite year of the mustang fastback
Colby Church Mar 24, 2013
Agreed Dylan.
Dylan Bruder Mar 24, 2013
The fastback was cool
Description: Performance took a hit in the mid- to late- 1970s due to growing emissions controls and an oil crisis, but that didn’t stop Burt Reynolds and his mustache from having a good time in a 1977 Pontiac Fir...
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Greg Lewis Mar 25, 2013
As time goes on these cars have grown on me. Early on I hated them due to lack of power. These cars were slugs. But now, I'd love to cruise in one. (And maybe swap a camaro engine into it)
Jason Ware Mar 25, 2013
Mullet anyone? These scream white trash to me. (I'm half white) the formula 440 was sick tho and super rare
Jackson Michael Mar 24, 2013
I've always despised the looks of these
Robert Young Mar 24, 2013
Jesus the doors alone weigh 100lbs.
Cindy Ngo Mar 24, 2013
Pontiac what?
Taylor J. Blake Mar 24, 2013
Smokey and the bandit 2 uses a 79 while the original uses a 77
Bruce Tumblin Mar 24, 2013
I got no problems with the Pontiac Firebird T/A, good car!
Jordan Nishida Mar 24, 2013
My grandfather had a 1980 Pontiac firebird formula like this one, but it was yellow and the bird was black.
Lucas Raggio Mar 24, 2013
I was never a fan of these but I think I understand why people are
Jimmy Bartolotta Mar 24, 2013
Yea this is a 79, I think 1 of the movies used a 79 though. I don't really remember the later 1s. The 1st was the best and that was a 77/78.
Dylan Bruder Mar 24, 2013
Made this car an instant classic
Chris Woller Mar 24, 2013
Yeah, this one is too new
David Bradley Mar 24, 2013
In 1977 it was the 6.6 not the turbo
Jimmy Bartolotta Mar 24, 2013
Looks like the same pic from the other pic...79
Aaron Ruck Mar 24, 2013
That's a 80 or 81 turbo TA not a 77
Vince DeMasi Mar 24, 2013
Beautiful car
Description: A white 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T driven by a delivery man who lived on a never-ending adrenaline rush to help escape his haunted past turned out to be the biggest star of the 1971 film "Vanishing Poi...
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Greg Lewis Mar 25, 2013
Remakes ending was darker. But still a good movie.
Rico Turner Mar 24, 2013
This is a great car cult film! Heck, Audioslave used 99% of the chase scenes alone for the "Show Me How To Live" video.
Tyler Wallace Mar 24, 2013
Hey why did he kill him self at the end
Aaron Crisp Mar 24, 2013
Though!
Aaron Crisp Mar 24, 2013
Yeah I know! Still love the quote though.
Mike Renaut Mar 24, 2013
Aaron that 'takes a Mopar to catch a Mopar' quote is from the 1997 remake - it has it's good points but the original 1971 version is superior.
Nick Rowe Mar 24, 2013
Yeah Colby that's a bit ridiculous
Brandon Chamberlain Mar 24, 2013
Never heard of a challenger? Bullshit
Aaron Crisp Mar 24, 2013
It takes a Mopar to catch a Mopar!
Paul Dickey Mar 24, 2013
Never heard of vanishing point!?!? You need to go watch it right now. Then you are a true gear head
Noah Gavurin Mar 24, 2013
you're not a real car lover if you havent heard of the car or the movie
Aaron Cordroch Mar 24, 2013
After death proof I made a point to watch this movie. Did not disappoint
David Parenti Mar 24, 2013
Go watch it if you haven't seen it.
Colby Church Mar 24, 2013
Never heard of this movie or car.
Chris Woller Mar 24, 2013
Spoiler alert: At least when he crashes in the end, it's a Camaro instead of a Challenger.
Noah Gavurin Mar 26, 2013
i'd much prefer to drive an old challenger than a new one, i've driven a new one and it kinda drives like a barge and it has no power and theres no awesome engine noise in the cabin
Noah Gavurin Mar 26, 2013
the death proof challenger was based on the vanishing point challenger
Jacob Burford Mar 25, 2013
Good old challengers! So bad ass!
Brandon Carr Mar 25, 2013
Bobaloo, wtf are you talking about this thing is still a beast!
Greg Lewis Mar 25, 2013
Was it the original, or the remake, he needs a new oil pan? Think it may been the remake. The original had that hippie girl riding that sweet bike topless... Lol
Tyler Wallace Mar 24, 2013
Death proof
Mike Renaut Mar 24, 2013
POS? Nope it's a great car.
Bobaloo Anderson Mar 24, 2013
Pos car
Paul Dickey Mar 24, 2013
It's great! vv
Bala Uncc Mar 24, 2013
The new one looks the same as old one, not sure it's good or bad
Aaron Cordroch Mar 24, 2013
That ain't Kowalski driving...
Chris Woller Mar 24, 2013
That must be a pic from the modern remake or specially built, as the stock Mopars didn't have those oil pans
Description: The 2000 remake of the 1974 film "Gone in 60 Seconds" didn’t feature the original’s 1973 Ford Mustang Mach 1. Instead, lead car-thief Randall "Memphis" Raines had a 1967 Shelby Mustang in his sights. ...
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Tim Collgate Mar 25, 2013
Erich I laugh at cages ATTEMPT at acting he's terrible he's like the nickelback of movies ruining everything
Greg Lewis Mar 25, 2013
Original was hilarious! The horrid voice overs... But the crashes, epic! And the car still exists in original (wrecked) condition. Only problem the have is overheating. Bet nic cages is in worse shape.
Mike Renaut Mar 24, 2013
Common mistake so forgivable but the original Eleanors from the 1974 movie were actually 1971 models with 1973 front ends. And none were Mach 1s.
Dale Schroeder Mar 24, 2013
The original movie is a classic, the remake is a mess of bad acting and some of the most blatant CGI overuse ever.
Anthony Perugini Apr 22, 2013
The beat up gt500 at the end was the only real gt500 used in the movie. It had panels replaced with rusty ones. The owner said it could be in the movie as long as it wasn't wrecked
Jacob Burford Mar 25, 2013
Hard not to love this!
Greg Lewis Mar 25, 2013
The color combo makes this car! Red and white or blue and white just wouldn't pull it off...
Jason Ware Mar 25, 2013
11 Eleanor's were made for the movie. The one you see in close ups had 2 steering wheels so Nicholas cage could act while a stunt driver controlled the car
Jimmy Bartolotta Mar 25, 2013
Alot of people also didn't know that the recent 1 was a remake though
Author Norman R. Colson Mar 25, 2013
Beautiful that gone in 60 seconds really put this on the map
David Parenti Mar 24, 2013
I'm sure most who have seen the second gone In 60 seconds have seen the original.
Bruce Tumblin Mar 24, 2013
But I still like the 1967 Mustang GT500 Nick Cage drove in the remake!
Bruce Tumblin Mar 24, 2013
Not many of you know the "Eleanor" was the name given to a 1971 Mustang redressed as a 1973 for the movie Gone in 60sec. in 1974!
Paul Dickey Mar 24, 2013
Mustangs don't get much better than this.
Jordan Nishida Mar 24, 2013
My favorite classic shelby mustang.
Ricky Austin Bride Mar 24, 2013
Just the front end is what I fing hideous
Ricky Austin Bride Mar 24, 2013
Never liked it to be honest
Lucas Raggio Mar 24, 2013
Awesome car
Adam Thomson Mar 24, 2013
Wow such a beast.
jenni_drives Mar 24, 2013
Like last year, when you were 13?
Colby Church Mar 24, 2013
I saw one at a gas station when I was younger, looked so badass, I'll never forget that.
Zeus Mocha Mar 24, 2013
Is she the beauty or the beast? This is amazing.
Matt Piccolo Mar 24, 2013
Always thought this was awesome!
David Bradley Mar 24, 2013
Oh Eleanor, this is true love
Mike Renaut Mar 24, 2013
British replica - uk plates.
Craig Lafey Mar 24, 2013
Best looking movie car ever mad. And that's coming from a GM guy.
Jordan Nishida Mar 24, 2013
The wheels look different than the one in the movie.
Jordan Nishida Mar 24, 2013
Actually, the exhaust was on the side of the car. I think this one is a replica.
Jimmy Bartolotta Mar 24, 2013
Didn't the original have side pipes as part of the body kit? It's obviously a replica but who cares still a beauty!
Description: It was on the small screen from 1979 until 1985 and it went to the big screen in the 2005 feature film. The Dodge Charger that featured in "The Dukes of Hazzard" became most famous for its assortment ...
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Dale Schroeder Mar 24, 2013
If I recall correctly, the cars used for stunts in the original show were incomplete cars that had no engines or interiors, that's how they got them in such numbers for relatively cheap.
Zach Gathercole Mar 24, 2013
The original series was the best
Chris Woller Mar 24, 2013
It's even more sad that more Chargers were destroyed in the two recent films, as they both sucked.
Shawn Sullivan Mar 24, 2013
It's almost a shame to have destroyed so many of these cars! I say almost because the show was just way too cool to be a shame!
Ezra Kropf May 21, 2013
Genral lee :D
David Parenti Mar 26, 2013
The show was based in Georgia, the south.
David Parenti Mar 26, 2013
Uhm has anyone calling this car racist seen any of the TV show or movie? The entire roof was a giant confederate flag. That's where the license plate stems from... You OBVIOUSLY don't know this car.
Treston Ott Mar 25, 2013
It doesn't matter who won or lost! We're proud to be from the south I'm from Mississippi and I'm proud of the confederate flag and the south!
Josh Hazzard Mar 25, 2013
It's me!
David Parenti Mar 25, 2013
Fine if you want to be politically correct. Persons living in the countryside, particularly on dirt roads with large V8 powered RWD cars, is where the term 'drifting' originated from.
Jason Ware Mar 25, 2013
Rednecks do realize that the confederate side lost right? Rocking a confederate flag = I'm proud to be a loser.
Tyler Wallace Mar 24, 2013
Racist pos
Bruce Tumblin Mar 24, 2013
@Nick, it might have been! Lol
David Parenti Mar 24, 2013
Rednecks didn't call it drifting though, they called it Dirt Trackn'
Nick Rowe Mar 24, 2013
@Bruce I think it was Coltrane
Colby Church Mar 24, 2013
Very true David. Think about it, we had lots of RWD cars with tons of power early on. You can drift them sometimes without even trying. Haha
Bruce Tumblin Mar 24, 2013
"This is Sherif Roscoe Pete Coldtrain & I'm in hot pursuit of them Duke boys over" lol
Jordan Nishida Mar 24, 2013
My favorite year of the charger.
Ricky Austin Bride Mar 24, 2013
I love this car! Brings a year to my eye when I think of how many we're destroyed tough :(
Adam Thomson Mar 24, 2013
My dad loves this car.
David Parenti Mar 24, 2013
Rednecks invented drifting
Ben August Mar 25, 2013
Are those signatures on the C pillar?
Bruce Tumblin Mar 24, 2013
I use to watch that show when I was younger!