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1963 Ferrari 250 GT/L Berlinetta Replica

1963 Ferrari 250 GT/L Berlinetta in Tower Heist, Movie, 2011 IMDB

Class: Cars, CoupÚ — Model origin: IT

1963 Ferrari 250 GT/L Berlinetta Replica

Position 00:20:35 [*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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Skid US

2012-03-03 15:28

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Claimed to be a 1963 250 GT Lusso in the film. A series of non-functioning replicas were actually created for the film; no actual Ferraris were harmed.

antp BE

2012-05-24 17:49

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I put the next pictures in spoiler, as they somewhat reveal a big part of the plot
Spoiler - click here to see it

Note the error on the second picture here below, the car still has its both headlights
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Now I realize that I forgot to make captures of the car hanging outside of the building... I'll add that later

antp BE

2012-05-24 17:50

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From IMDB trivia:

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The "Ferrari" Lusso used in many of the scenes is actually a heavily modified Volvo 1800. 2 were fabricated. Corroboration from the builder found on FerrariChat: "Hi, I'm Erich Schultz. I built the two replica Lussos for Tower Heist. I was hired by Ralph Lucci of Automobile Film Club of America, based in New York to do the job. Brett Ratner, the film's director wanted the job done by Ted Moser of Picture Car Warehouse in LA. Ted and I are friends so I told Ralph I would do the job with Ted and act as the project manager. Initially, we were given just seven weeks from getting the job to the final delivery date for two complete cars. I thought that this time frame was unrealistic and I needed ten weeks. We ended up taking eight and a half weeks from start to finish to build them. The decision to build onto a Volvo P1800 platform was mine. I noticed the similarity between the Lusso's windshield, A-pillar, and side windows with the P1800, which incidentally was designed in Italy. I used the P1800 as a platform for the Lusso mold plug. With the exception of the windshield frame, every surface and the overall dimensions of the P1800 were changed with metal work, MDF, urethane foam, fiberglass, and Bondo to transform it into a facsimile of the Lusso. Our replica is not identical in any way. We had to settle for very close. We did not have access to a real Lusso to get measurements or make plans or templates. I had a photo file of pictures that were downloaded from the internet and had to approximate everything by trying to scale dimensions from those photos."


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Blngf-VXzo

symustafa1996 DE

2012-07-01 01:49

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Of course, they would never be able to afford real Lussos. And imagine the insurance for them! But McQueen's Lusso isn't red, it's some kind of brown.

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