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Made for Movie NemoMobile

Made for Movie NemoMobile in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Cars, Custom

Made for Movie NemoMobile

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle


wrenchhead US

2006-02-18 18:24

Captain Nemo's car

ben68 BE

2006-02-18 18:24

Excellent! Trains are not archived on this website, are they? :D

-- Last edit: 2006-02-18 18:25:27

wrenchhead US

2006-02-18 18:30

It probably has three bedrooms and bath. LOL

Jun JP

2006-02-18 18:37

It must be comfortable (than my house) :D

wrenchhead US

2006-02-18 18:51

IMDB refers to this car as a NemoMobile (trivia). Should we use this for a name and date of the movie for the year?

Saturn Simon UK

2006-02-18 19:05

Yes, why not. Impossible to identify it as anything else!

ArnaultL FR

2006-02-19 11:13

Discret, pleasant and probably best handling car on hill moutain roads :) :D

8 stars in crash test, probably !

Alexander DE

2006-02-19 12:08

To get rid of all those 'Unknown' movie cars we could say:

Make: Made for Movie
Model: 'name given in the film' (like 'NemoMobile', 'Batmobile', etc.)

If the base vehicle is identifyable we should use that make and model name and add 'Modified for Movie' in the 'Extra Info' field.

I think using 'Made for Movie' as the make name makes it absolutely clear that it is not a company name.

What do you say?

Jun JP

2006-02-19 13:03

It's very difficult subject.
In many cases, we can't get informations of 'Made for Movie'...

antp BE

2006-02-19 14:08

I agree with Alexander, using a special make like "Made for movie" would be the best solution for the moment (i.e. until the site is organized differently)

wrenchhead US

2006-02-19 15:13

I updated this movie, the Great Race and the Batman movies to identify movie props as "Made for Movie"

-- Last edit: 2006-02-19 15:15:16

antp BE

2006-02-19 15:32

For that one:
We could keep GM as make since they were making ads with that (as said in the comments of that page), even if it was made for a movie.
Same for that one that had a make:

wrenchhead US

2006-02-19 16:37

I had the make as Made for Movie and model as GM Batmobile. This kept GM in the name but allowed a search that contains "movie" to find the car. We should probably find a way to keep these one off customs consistent for the search function.

At any rate, I put www.imcdb.org/vehicle_16573-Made-for-Movie-Batmobile.html back the way it was.

I didn't change the Tumbler.

-- Last edit: 2006-02-19 16:41:15

Jaqob P. NL

2006-04-10 19:32

I don't really have something to do with this, but I think you should refer to some things as Made For Movie!
People will indeed understand that's not a company name.

Jaqob P. NL

2006-04-10 19:33

4 stars

antp BE

2006-04-10 21:22

I do not remember that it was much visible in the movie :??:

-- Last edit: 2006-04-10 21:23:05

qwerty_86 US

2006-04-11 07:27

It wasn't used much. I'd leave it at 3 stars. I remember this car had a big block V8 sound which sounded so good in the theater!

Oswald NL

2007-06-01 19:49

Body made of fibreglass.
Saw it a couple of year ago on a show in the UK.

truckface NO

2007-11-17 14:37

Flamboyant, but i love it!

rockarola DK

2008-06-05 00:45

This is the luxury version of Jay Leno's Blastolene Special! :-)

firebird86 US

2008-06-05 03:01

Now thats a fashion statement!! :lol:

Dakkar US

2008-09-09 15:46

The NemoMobile was never driven over 50 MPH due to the fiberglass body vibrating in the wind. It had an automatic transmission, but screen shots of the floorboards show an extra pedal - a second brake pedal! This was to assist in sharp turns due to it's length (22') and the fact that it had 4 front wheels! Personally, I like it better with the removable hardtop on it, but either way, it's pretty cool. I would love to have one, or at least a more street capable version of one; my inquiries so far have estimated an exact replica at $300,000 to $400,000.... a little out of my LEAGUE.

-- Last edit: 2008-09-09 15:51:15

bubblejumper NL

2008-10-27 16:58

The car is currently owned by Propstore of London www.propstore.com/league.htm, and was on display at the 2006 London Motorshow. They named it differently on their site, but i'm sure they hardly know how to name it. A full description and more pictures can be found here www.propstore.com/lxgcar.htm. One of the guys at Propstore told me that the elephant sculptures at the front always get damaged when the car is driven of the trailer.

The car was build by carbabies www.carbabies.com/

-- Last edit: 2008-10-27 17:07:00

1979lincolntowncoupe CA

2009-11-29 00:52

that is significantly larger than my bedroom

1979lincolntowncoupe CA

2009-11-29 00:53


theepirate US

2012-03-17 02:40

Another one of the cars used in the movie as it was sitting in 2010.

I couldn't get BBCode to work

Link to "justacarguy.blogspot.de"

-- Last edit: 2012-03-17 02:47:11

2coolhipdude US

2016-03-26 15:54

"Ken Freeman is the best custom car builder you've never heard of. The owner of a body shop in West End, North Carolina, Freeman is the man behind Spirit of Nemo, his take on possibly the most challenging movie car of all time: Captain Nemo's 24-foot-long convertible from The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. And guess what? Nemo is for sale on eBay." This car was not used in the movie. It is a replica. The movie car was mostly digital.


-- Last edit: 2016-03-26 15:58:41

CarsMagister RU

2017-09-20 16:33

This is Nautilus. More info:

The car "The Nautilus Car" created specifically for the film, is fully functional. It was built from scratch on the chassis of a Land Rover(!) with a Rover V8 engine.

Its length is impressive 6.7 metres in width is 2.74 meters. Car in brilliant white decorated with metal figures in the Victorian style created by the art Director of the film Carol Spier (Carol Spier). The interior is upholstered in beige leather and are decorated in the same style as the interior of the car. The diameter of each of the six wheels is 24 inches. While landing the car is so low that it required the installation of a special hydraulic system that allows to safely unload it from the truck. The car can accelerate to 150-160 km/h. It is known that during the filming of "The Nautilus Car" managed to appear on the popular auto show in German Essen and the capital of steampunkers London. After the release of the film was in the exhibition hall of company "Prop Store", which specializiruetsya on the sale of the famous and not so famous movies.


-- Last edit: 2017-09-20 16:35:30

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