In “1977 2000”, a second-season episode of Get a Life, Chris Peterson investigates ways he could time travel. He is seen having a DeLorean time machine in his driveway, but decides not to use it because the turn signal is broken. In Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh, Crazy Steve drives into a Christmas parade in…
The time machine went through several variations during production of the first film, “Back to the Future”. In the first draft of the screenplay, the time machine was a laser device that was housed in a room. At the end of the first draft the device was attached to a refrigerator and taken to an…
The stunning James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 from movie “Spectre” had just sold for £2,434,500, or $3.4 million, at a Christie’s on 18th Feb. 2016.
In this post we collected some facts about Dax Shepard’s 67′ Lincoln Continental which was a one of the main cars of 2012 “Hit and Run Movie”.
“Gone in 60 Seconds” is a 1974 American action film written, directed, produced by, and starring H.B. “Toby” Halicki. It centers on a group of car thieves and the 48 cars they must steal in a matter of days.
After being re-acquired by Kennedy Miller for the second film, the rear wheels, supercharger and pipes were changed.
Max’s yellow Interceptor was a 1974 Ford Falcon XB sedan (previously, a Victorian police car) with a 351 c.i.d. Cleveland V8 engine.
Perhaps you say that the most famous Chevrolet Camaro movie appearance was in “Transformers” franchise directed by Michael Bay. But there are not the only films where the Camaro appeared in all its glory.
The Last of the V8 Interceptors also known as a “Pursuit Special” (although it is only briefly called by this name by the radio voice of the female dispatcher in the film) is the car built to convince Max to stay on the force but instead is used to carry out vengeance.
Three hundred and forty cars were used during the production of the film. Two hundred and thirty cars, including several black Mercedes-Benz, Ford Crown Victoria and a single Mitsubishi Montero, were destroyed. Forty vehicles were damaged during the filming of the “Mountain Hijack” sequence shot on location at Colorado’s Monarch Pass.