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Gone in Sixty Seconds, Movie, 2000 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Gone in 60 Seconds
  • Sesenta Segundos (Spain)
  • 60 secondes chrono (France)
  • Fuori in 60 Secondi (Italy)

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Neon IT

2008-10-25 14:39

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carfan US

2005-09-11 16:01

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they didn't show every single car on the list i posted in the movie!!!

1 1999 Aston Martin DB7 - Mary
2 1962 Aston Martin DB1 - Barbara
3 1999 Bentley Arnage - Lindsey
4 1999 Bentley Azure - Laura
5 1964 Bentley Continental - Alma
6 1959 Cadillac El Dorado - Madeline
7 1958 Cadillac El Dorado Brougham - Patricia
8 1999 Cadillac Escalade - Carol
9 2000 Cadillac El Dorado STS - Daniela
10 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible - Stefanie
11 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 - Erin
12 1953 Chevrolet Corvette - Pamela
13 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Big Block - Stacey
14 2000 Ford F350 4x4 modified pick-up - Anne
15 1971 DeTomaso Pantera - Kate
16 1969 Dodge Daytona - Vanessa
17 1998 Dodge Viper Coupe GTS - Denise
18 1995 Ferrari 355 B - Diane
19 1997 Ferrari 355 F1 - Iris
20 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB4 - Nadine
21 1999 Ferrari 550 Maranello - Angelina
22 1987 Ferrari Testarosa - Rose
23 1956 Ford T-Bird - Susan
24 2000 GMC Yukon - Megan
25 1999 HumVee 2-Door Pickup - Tracy
26 1999 Infiniti Q45 - Rachel
27 1994 Jaguar XJ 220 - Bernadene
28 1999 Jaguar XK8 Coupe - Deborah
29 1990 Lamborghini LM SUV - Gina
30 1999 Lexus LS 400 - Hillary
31 1999 Lincoln Navigator - Kimberley
32 1957 Mercedes Benz 300 SL/Gullwing - Dorothy
33 1999 Mercedes Benz CL 500 - Donna
34 1999 Mercedes Benz S 600 - Samantha
35 1998 Mercedes Benz SL 600 - Ellen
36 1950 Mercury Custom - Gabriela
37 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda - Shannon
38 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner - Jessica
39 1965 Pontiac GTO - Sharon
40 1999 Porsche 996 - Tina
41 2000 Porsche Boxster - Marsha
42 1961 Porsche Speedster - Natalie
43 1988 Porsche 959 - Virginia
44 1997 Porsche 911 Twin Turbo - Tanya
45 2000 Rolls Royce Stretch Limousine - Grace
46 1966 Shelby AC Cobra - Ashley
47 1967 Shelby Mustang GT 500 - Eleanor
48 2000 Toyota Landcruiser - Cathy
49 1998 Toyota Supra Turbo - Lynn
50 2000 Volvo Turbo Wagon R - Lisa

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antp BE

2005-09-11 16:19

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I added all the cars some time ago (I think I did not forget any), but as you said some were probably never seen in the movie.
Maybe only in the background for one second...

wickey SK

2006-01-09 16:53

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I love this movie, but is it necessary to list the vehicles, when they did not actually appear on the screen? In lot of movies characters are talking about cars, they own, but they are never listed.. I am just wondering..

antp BE

2006-01-09 17:35

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Actually I added the list of all cars and then tried to spot them. I thought that all of them could be found :/ Somebody should watch the movie again more carefully, and then delete the cars that are really not visible. One of the problem is for the Mercedes where there are some questions that were not solved (a coupé that may be a sedan, etc.)

-- Last edit: 2006-01-09 17:35:32

wickey SK

2006-01-09 20:36

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Somebody should watch the movie again more carefully

I volunteer :D

antp BE

2006-01-10 00:03

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Your pictures look not very sharp, I guess they do not come from the DVD ?
I just see that I recently (few months ago) bought the DVD of that movie (it is cheap now), and I still haven't watched it! :D I should try to make better captures some day...
The few captures that I made were coming from an old divx.

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wickey SK

2006-01-10 00:11

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wickey SK

2006-01-10 00:11

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I am sorry, it is just divx :( - but better those as nothing I think :)

antp BE

2006-01-10 00:13

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That list does not really match the one from IMDB.
What a mess, these lists. I really wonder how they could not get a fixed list along the movie :/

Edit: sure, it is better than nothing. And if I redo captures from the DVD it is easier if I already know what scene I have to capture ;) I'll maybe only do that for most blurry/dark scenes. No need to remake all the captures actually, would be a loss of time ;)

-- Last edit: 2006-01-10 00:16:15

wickey SK

2006-01-10 00:16

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Well, someone on IMDB just made a mistake :( - this one is real :D

for example - 1980-90 4x4 modified pick-up truck :) - not a single word about Ford F350..

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antp BE

2006-01-10 00:18

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It is not the only list, there are two others: one written with invisible ink, that the cops discover when they find parts of a black light bulb. And a second one that Memphis and his friends write on the chalkboard.

wickey SK

2006-01-10 00:39

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the other cars are not visible. Except for F355 F1 and Jeep Comanche - they were there, but i am too tired to try to find them again :).

wickey SK

2006-01-10 00:42

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Moller

2006-03-30 10:30

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Eeeeh, just one question, what the hell are a Volvo Turbo Wagon R?????
Do you mean a Volvo 850 R???

Mvh
Moller

antp BE

2006-03-30 10:39

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Moller wrote Eeeeh, just one question, what the hell are a Volvo Turbo Wagon R?????
Do you mean a Volvo 850 R???


I guess that it is that one, yes. That's the name used in the movie, the list was not made by us ;)

BeanBandit FI

2006-03-30 12:23

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They mixed Volvo 850 and Suzuki Wagon R, both being very boxy things :D

landrover1 AR

2006-06-26 19:07

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i've seen so many times this movie...and i never feel tired of watch again and again and again...

stpaulcarguy US

2006-12-05 07:10

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I like'd the original movie better.

modell US

2007-04-17 15:56

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Yesterday, I saw an orange 1969 Camaro with the license plate "GONE N 69"

Jun JP

2007-04-17 15:58

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modell wrote "GONE N 69"

:lol:

walter IT

2007-05-01 12:10

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This is one of my favourite movie. But there isn't any Audi in the list!! :mad: :cry:

incog CA

2008-01-06 01:49

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Interesting. In the first picture wickey provided, there's a car called a "1969 Plymouth Super Bee".

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MishaD RU

2008-10-30 22:07

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1967 Mustang Fastback Gone in 60 Seconds Eleanor WALLPAPPERS
Link to "mcar.ru"

jaffa7 EN

2008-11-06 14:05

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not once in this film is there ever a 1967 shelby gt500. it was a gt350 with added parts and it was all done by chip foose he even admitted the one major flaw was the rear side vents behind the windows was the key give away whitey and you spent the time to make that list and it's wrong! wa wa

BiltFordTuff US

2009-07-04 04:04

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I Hate This Movie... The Original Was WAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYY Better

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sandwad

2009-07-17 23:03

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incog wrote Interesting. In the first picture wickey provided, there's a car called a "1969 Plymouth Super Bee".

the movie called it a 1969 dodge superbird but they made it up the closest thing was a plymouth super bee made first in 1970

walter IT

2009-10-14 20:49

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Added some missing cars

BiltFordTuff US

2009-11-28 04:51

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leoz wrote Man, I love this movie for the classics and chases. End of. Thought the original had little pacing, just cut to the chase, and without Nick Cage! ... Poor guy, been in so many rubbish films!

i like Nick Cage but the origninal was REAL and no crappy special effects to make the cars act mean

jesterfan US

2010-07-26 10:36

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wheres the 39 ford!!

fodenalpha CA

2010-11-07 11:25

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No mention or pic of the '53 Fiat Vignale?

svdrj US

2010-12-07 20:41

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I was the mechanic on the remake. The last cars shown "the joke car". was a gt 390 with a 4 speed. I took the 390 out and put in a ford motorsports 351cid. The rear end was out of a Lincon. It was a 9 in with 4:11 posi. This car was the badest car in the movie. During the prep stage of the movie, this car was choosen to be "Dumbed down" as the joke car. After the movie was finished, this car was fully restored and was sold at auction for over $125,000.00. Before selling the car, I removed the 4 speed and replaced it with a c6 from the only real gt 500 purchased for the movie. I installed the 4 speed into the GT500.

svdrj US

2010-12-07 20:49

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jaffa7 wrote not once in this film is there ever a 1967 shelby gt500. it was a gt350 with added parts and it was all done by chip foose he even admitted the one major flaw was the rear side vents behind the windows was the key give away whitey and you spent the time to make that list and it's wrong! wa wa

out of all the mustangs used on the film, none were gt 350, 0r 500. The gag car at the end was a gt 390

rjluna2 US

2010-12-07 20:52

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Curiously, we don't have the Ford Mustang picture that was shown toward the end of the film :think:

svdrj US

2010-12-07 20:53

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jaffa7 wrote not once in this film is there ever a 1967 shelby gt500. it was a gt350 with added parts and it was all done by chip foose he even admitted the one major flaw was the rear side vents behind the windows was the key give away whitey and you spent the time to make that list and it's wrong! wa wa

Chip Foose help design the Elanor only. He never built any of the picture cars

svdrj US

2010-12-07 21:12

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rjluna2 wrote Curiously, we don't have the Ford Mustang picture that was shown toward the end of the film :think:

it was a gt 390. 4 speed. The 390 was replaced with a hp351. This car was built as a shelby gt500 (not an Elanor) but at the last minute dumbed down as the joke car.

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svdrj US

2010-12-07 21:15

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The front loader that the jeep crashed into at the docks was built from a ford monster truck. Look at the tires.

majorhawke US

2011-06-20 06:16

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svdrj wrote I was the mechanic on the remake. The last cars shown "the joke car". was a gt 390 with a 4 speed. I took the 390 out and put in a ford motorsports 351cid. The rear end was out of a Lincon. It was a 9 in with 4:11 posi. This car was the badest car in the movie. During the prep stage of the movie, this car was choosen to be "Dumbed down" as the joke car. After the movie was finished, this car was fully restored and was sold at auction for over $125,000.00. Before selling the car, I removed the 4 speed and replaced it with a c6 from the only real gt 500 purchased for the movie. I installed the 4 speed into the GT500.


No way! Dude your effing awesome!! Tell me, did the eleanor really have NOS?

Nightrider RU

2011-06-20 08:48

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Kid, can you leave your imanginary world and realize, that "Eleanor" is just a movie prop?

majorhawke US

2011-07-03 04:08

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Nightrider wrote Kid, can you leave your imanginary world and realize, that "Eleanor" is just a movie prop?


get out of here with that, your just trying to look for anyone to talk out of your ass too. and eleanor is not just a movie prop. Maybe you should do some reseach on it, oh yeah, anyone who comes on here just to talk out of there ass is usually too lazy to do research. Carrol Shelby built one real supersnake, here's the link:
http://www.67supersnake.com/

Nightrider RU

2011-07-03 17:44

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Now it going to be quite interesting, mature, and very educated discussion.

Ford_Guy US

2011-07-04 00:16

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None of you are being very mature. Nightrider, if people are interested in these vehicles then let them. This site is for fans and aficionados such as him who are interested in movie vehicles, even if you aren't. But you can't say that this should be a "mature" discussion when you yourself are the one trolling in the first place.

majorhawke, just watch your language next time. We ask that all of our members act in a civil matter.

majorhawke US

2011-07-04 01:27

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Nightrider wrote Now it going to be quite interesting, mature, and very educated discussion.


But you went to the link, right?

Nightrider RU

2011-07-04 18:03

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Certain cars of that period impress me much than SuperSnake. Also: how it related to this movie?

Cycolac Fan EN

2012-01-25 20:20

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The best thing about this movie was ithat it drew attention to the original 1974 version.

Acting was far better in this remake and the plot moved along faster and was easier to follow but I like car movies and this wasn't one, it was a movie that had some cars in it and was clearly made by people who weren't into cars.

Plus CGI for stunts always annoys me and it was fairly awful in this.

ingo DE

2012-01-25 20:45

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Cycolac Fan wrote
Plus CGI for stunts always annoys me and it was fairly awful in this.

Better CGI than destroying real classics.

Cycolac Fan EN

2012-09-24 23:04

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You tend to find they destroy the classic cars anyway, at least one or two will be cut in half for interior filming or to be towed behind a camera car.
They'll get automatic gearboxes put in, original parts ripped out for reliability and often the cars are crushed after filming to avoid potential lawsuits in they are sold to the public.

Modern audiences expect huge explosions and big stunts and that's because CGI has conditioned them to it. I miss the old days of proper car chases.
For me CGI has destroyed a lot of the realism and credibility of filmmaking. Why bother even leaving the studio or making sets? Do the whole damn thing on green screen.

LandCruiser_general US

2013-07-18 01:58

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Moller wrote Eeeeh, just one question, what the hell are a Volvo Turbo Wagon R?????
Do you mean a Volvo 850 R???

Mvh
Moller

There is a Volvo Turbo Wagon R. It is a 750.

Gforcegp US

2013-07-31 05:05

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Sorry, tried to add the VW Eurovan (seen just after Drycoff says "that sign said DO NOT ENTER"). I had too much trouble with uploading the picture.

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