On this page we have collected photos of the Holden Monaro HQ. This Australian car has been appeared in famous George Miller’s movie “Mad Max” as the Nightrider’s car.
On this page we have collected photos of the Ford Falcon XA. This Australian Ford car has appeared in famous George Miller’s movie “Mad Max” as one the yellow MFP cars.
First it was a fictional car from the “Gone in Sixty Seconds” as known as the Unicorn… the mythic creature which newer exist. Second it was neoclassic cars built on the basis of the original 60’s Ford Mustangs… Now it’s a phenomenon.
Have you ever thought that when we hear the name of the brand Ford XB Falcon we imagine something like the car in the intro picture to this post. This is one of the replicas of Mad Max Ford Falcon XB Interceptor. In that post we have collected some photos of Australian Ford Falcon XB….
In this post we have collected photos of Jaguar C-X75. Such car appears in the 2015 James Bond film, “Spectre”, as Mr. Hinx’s car. It takes part in a car chase around Rome against James Bond, who drives an Aston Martin DB10.
Here we have collected some photos of the Lykan HyperSport. That lebanese limited production hypercar by W Motors, a United Arab Emirates based company you’ve seen in “Furious 7”.
In this post we are collected some pictures of 4th generation Lincoln Continental. This 1960’s 4 door premium cars with suicide doors is a true classic and a work of art! 4th gen Lincoln Continental was filmed in numbers of movies.
The De Tomaso Mangusta appears in the original “Gone in 60 Seconds” (1974) as one from the List of the cars to be stolen, in Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill vol. 2” (2004) as a Bill car, and in a number well-known films and TV shows, and in Kylie Minogue “Can’t Get You Out of My…
The modest Sunbeam Alpine in lake blue which James Bond Drove in 007 movie series. The movie title was “Dr. No” released in early sixties. Since that time Sunbeam Alpine appeared in big numbers of movies and TV series.
Aston Martin DB5 became a cult car because of James Bond Movies. This happened in 1964 when “Goldfigner” third film of James Bond movie series has been released.