Jun 26

Cars Have Always Played a Big Role in Movies

Batmobile

Cars have a long history of playing big roles in movies. Here are a few of the more famous cars we’ve seen on film throughout the years:

1968 Mustang GT: You remember Steve McQueen speeding like a racecar driver through the streets of San Francisco in the movie “Bullitt?” He was in that classic Mustang, which disappeared shortly after filming. It was found — and restored — years later.

The Batmobile: That black and orange striped car was a 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car, and it’s the one Adam West used in the Batman series in the 1960s.

The 1965 Sunbeam Tiger: That’s the car you see in the opening credits in “Get Smart” starring Don Adams.

1966 Ford Thunderbird: Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon drove around in that beauty in the movie, “Thelma and Louise.”

1971 Ford Mach 1: James Bond has always had cool cars, and Sean Connery drove around in this one in “Diamonds are Forever.”

1975 Grand Torino:  Remember “Starsky and Hutch?” That was their ride.

1969 Dodge Charger: That was the car for Bo and Luke Duke, who drove around Georgia in the “Dukes of Hazzard.”

1959 Cadillac Ecto-1: “Who you gonna call?” That’s right. The guys from Ghostbusters used this car to help save the world.

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