|12-01-2010, 01:19 PM||#43|
It's that guy
Drives: 2011 SIM SS/RS
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Hopewell VA
Batmobile (1989 film) hands down. For the following reasons:
1. it comes when you call it
2. chicks dig it
3. it has armor so you don't gotta worry about people messing it up when I go into the mall (or somewhere else).
4. JET engine!
5. only seats two
We mortals are but shadows and dust.
|12-01-2010, 01:25 PM||#44|
Join Date: Nov 2010
#1) Black 1967 Camaro- Better Off Dead
#2) Black 1977 Trans Am- Smokey And The Bandit
#3) Orange 1969 Dodge Charger/RT General Lee- Dukes Of Hazzard
|12-01-2010, 01:54 PM||#45|
Drives: 10 Camaro 2lt
Join Date: Apr 2010
Blade Runner- where is my GD FLYING CAR!!!!
Basically the whole movie "Le Mans" is my favorite old car movie- as represented by:
And if you don't like it, my final entry is going to show up at your door to "educate you"
Sharks have a week dedicated to me.
|12-01-2010, 04:09 PM||#47|
Drives: 2010 GT500
Join Date: May 2008
Location: Sherwood Park, Alberta
The 55 Chevy in Two Lane Blacktop!! If you haven't seen this movie yet watch it!! Pretty cool GTO Judge in it too.
|12-01-2010, 04:59 PM||#48|
Drives: '00 WS6/'06 LJ/'76 Trans Am
Join Date: Feb 2008
1. 1974 SD-455 Trans Am-Dazed and Confused
2.1977 Trans Am SE-Smokey and the Bandit
4. 1970 Chevelle SS-454-LS5 Dazed and Confused.
5. 1972 Corvette- Dazed and Confused
6. 1967 gto- "xxx"
Never seen Dazed and Confused though.
|12-01-2010, 06:32 PM||#49|
Drives: 2010 ABM 2SS/RS A6 and 2005 TITAN
Join Date: Sep 2010
2 Optimus Prime Peterbuilt
3 Ironhide GMC
4 77 Bandit T/A
|12-01-2010, 07:03 PM||#51|
Join Date: May 2009
Pretty NO, Bad ass for sure, and I dont know of many others that can compete on this level for Hollywood and its one of the most powerful movie car's ever made.
I'm partial to the Monte Carlo in Tokyo Drift since its a NASCAR inspired movie car with legit parts. That and I have a 72 Monte Carlo 350/350. I posted more movie car info below or click on it's own movie car homepage http://www.tokyodriftmontecarlo.com/1.html
700hp 572 Bil Mitchell BBC
Most of Tokyo Drift's action takes place in, naturally, Tokyo, but the story is framed as the consequences of the hero's stateside street racing. The primered, NASCAR-inspired Monte Carlo is what gets him in trouble. Two of the nine first-generation Monte Carlos built for The Fast & the Furious: Tokyo Drift had big-blocks — this one with the 560-horsepower 509 aboard and the other with a 700-hp, 572-cubic-inch Bill Mitchell "Hardcore" crate engine (the other seven either had small-block V8s or were used as engine-less bucks). In both Chevrolet cars, the engines feed Hooker headers and Flowmaster mufflers and, for story purposes, are disguised with "Hardcore 632" valve covers. Both run Richmond T-10 four-speed manual transmissions, Wenco driveshafts and Moser-built 12-bolt rear-ends running 4.88:1 gears in a spool differential. Both also ride on a chassis wearing Global West front control arms and coil springs, KYB shocks, Speedway Engineering anti-sway bars, Global West weight jack plates and quick-ratio steering boxes.
Wilwood disc brakes sit behind each of the Cragar 397 steel 15-inch wheels. The tires are Goodyear stock-car specials, 27 inches tall and 8 inches wide in front and 27-by-10 inches in the back. The stark interiors consist of sheet metal fabricated in the Tokyo Drift shop, custom-built roll cages, Grant steering wheels and massive Hurst V-Gate shifters. Auto Meter gauges bolted to sheet metal replace the stock gauges and the seats are Beard low-back buckets.
Everything about the Tokyo Drift Monte Carlo demands muscle to operate and steely courage to remain composed. The 509 Monte ripped to 60 mph in only 4.4 seconds and devastated the quarter-mile in 12 seconds at 118.3 mph. That's despite tires built for circle-track racing rather than straight-line acceleration, and a distinct lack of traction that had the car squirming all the way down the course. That's quick by any measure, and it's hard to imagine any car accelerating with more drama.
Not many movie cars are true bad asses. The Tokyo Drift Monte Carlo is.
|12-01-2010, 11:05 PM||#54|
Drives: 79 Z28, 86 Camaro, 94 Burb 4x4
Join Date: Dec 2008
Location: Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
Mine would go like this-
1-Transformers 2 Bumblebee Camaro
2-BTTF DeLorean!!!!(freaking awesome car)
3-The Yenko Camaro in Fast and Furious
4-Transformers 1 '76 Camaro
5-The Trans Am Billy Madison drives when he goes to high school
6-Chitty Chitty Bang Bang(jk )
"You wanna lay the fate of the world on the kids camaro? Thats cool."
"When reporters asked what it was, one official stated, 'It's a small, vicious animal that eats Mustangs.'"
The Creampuff Fleet-
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|12-02-2010, 08:07 AM||#56|
knows 2 facts about ducks
Drives: ...and they're both wrong
Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: The HMS Invincible
Back to the future DeLorean. But if I have to pick a non-time traveling car it would be Gone in 60 Seconds Eleanor. A 1969 Shelby GT 500
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