The Top Ten TV and Movie Cars  

cajunpet 70M
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6/19/2005 4:07 am

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The Top Ten TV and Movie Cars


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The Top Ten TV and Movie Cars


1. General Lee, 1969 Dodge Charger–from the 1970's TV show The Dukes of Hazzard

2. 1968 Ford Mustang–Driven by Steve McQueen in the movie Bullitt

3. Eleanor, 1967 Shelby GT500–from the movie Gone in 60 Seconds

4. 1983 DeLorean Time Machine–from the movie Back to the Future

5. Batmobile–from the TV series and movie Batman starring Adam West

6. James Bond's Aston Martin DB5–from the movie Goldfinger

7. 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am–driven by Burt Reynolds in the movie Smokey and the Bandit

8. Herbie, 1963 Volkswagen Beetle–from the movie The Love Bug

9. 1974 Ford Torino–from the TV show and now movie Starsky & Hutch

10. Black Beauty–from the 1966 TV show The Green Hornet

Each of these vehicles not only played an integral part in a movie or TV show storyline, but each possessed a unique character, an on-screen personality all of its own. This allowed the vehicles to become, in viewers' minds, more than just machines, but stars themselves. They became another character with which people could relate. These cars also added visual interest and appeal.

Did you owned one of these cars? Why did you buy it?

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TattooedWolf 47M

6/19/2005 7:02 am

You left out two cars -

1) 1970 Dodge Challenger from "Vanishing Point".
2) 1973 Ford XB GT Falcon Coupe from "The Road Warrior"

While "Vanishing Point" may forever be stuck in cult classic status, anyone who has seen the movie would agree that the car was just as important as "Kowalski" (played by Barry Newman). As for the 1973 Ford in "The Road Warrior", what teenage gearhead couldn't identify with that car?


cajunpet 70M
1185 posts
6/19/2005 3:22 pm

1. The 1970 Dodge Challenger is number 10 in :Top 10 Movie Car Chases", but the survey was for the "Top 10 TV and Movie cars".

2. the 1973 Ford XB GT Falcon Coupe did not make the "Top 10" in either survey, and there are many great cars in TV and Movies.

I am sure that there a many surveys about these two lists, and different car would make the Top 10, and in what time frame that was considered.


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keithcancook 60M
17865 posts
6/19/2005 5:12 pm

Dang! My personal favorite didn't make the list. Oh well, I will list it here. It is that old heap that Jethro drives in the intro to The Beverly Hillbilly's

I just love that thing. Never noticed what model it was however. I couldn't take my eyes of Elly Mae and also Granny in her rocker!


cajunpet 70M
1185 posts
6/19/2005 9:31 pm

Hi Keith,

Clampett Family Truck - The 1921 flatbed Oldsmobile four-cylinder truck with roped-down hood and glass-less headlights seen at the beginning of each episode of the sitcom THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES/CBS/1962-71. When the poor mountaineer, Jed Clampett, (Buddy Ebsen) discovered oil on his Ozark property "he loaded up his truck and he moved to Beverly. Hills, that is, swimming' pools, movie stars." As to the ownership of the truck, according to Jed "Strictly speaking, it belongs to my cousin Pearl. But I can keep it as long as I keep cousin Jethro."

The original truck (a touring car whose body had been hacked off from behind the front seat) sported a platform with a bench where Granny and Elly May rode. The back of the truck stored the family rocking chair, washtub, shotgun and other personal items. The car's rusted exterior finish also sported a faded advertisement sign for the Fontana Feed Store.

The first season of The Beverly Hillbillies featured several appearances by 1962 and 1963 Mr. Drysdale's Chrysler Imperial LeBarons.


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rm_socalfunnn 66M
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6/29/2005 6:38 pm

How about the yellow 32 coupe, the Black 55 Chevy from American Graffiti


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