Features removable seats and interior panels.
Movie memorabilia usually attracts a very certain type of buyer at auction. But when the starring prop is of the automotive persuasion - especially a quirky, awesome car like this one - and when the movie in question is one of the coolest all-time classics, you've really got a winner in hand. Even so, this 1928 Renault Type NN Tourer is only expected to fetch up to $23,450 when it crosses the block at Historics at Brooklands auction house on June 7 in England.
The Renault was the villain's ride in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, the 1989 production starring Harrison Ford and Sean Connery. Its role was especially awesome during the famous tank-chase scene. At the time, the car had been painted to look worn, but it was repainted after filming. The NN Tourer features removable interior panels and seats, and is powered by a four-cylinder engine with a top speed of 50 mph. It is estimated at £9,000-£14,000 by the seller.