Features removable seats and interior panels.
Movie memorabilia usually attracts a very certain type ofbuyer 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 questionis 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 $23,450when 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 theLast Crusade, the 1989 production starring Harrison Ford and Sean Connery. Itsrole was especially awesome during the famous tank-chase scene. At the time,the car had been painted to look worn, but it was repainted afterfilming. The NN Tourer features removable interior panels and seats, and ispowered by a four-cylinder engine with a top speed of 50 mph. It is estimated at£9,000-£14,000 by the seller.