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1968 Chevrolet Camaro
Hot Rod (1979)
'68 model tail-lights are split in two halves while '67 tail-lights aren't. 2011-10-15 03:13
1971 Chevrolet Chevelle modified as a 1970 SS
Faster (2010)
I'm annoyed too that they'd use a '70 front-end and '71/'72 rear. It seems a bit.. corny. 2010-08-22 01:42
The Bounty Hunter (2010) There`s also a 1970 Dodge Challenger in the film which is owned by the two `bad guys.` 2010-03-24 18:26
1970 Plymouth Duster 'Super Duster'
Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)
As the Duster was introduced for the 1970 model year and according to junkman this particular funny car was being raced that year, it's safe to say this is a 1970 model car. 2010-02-21 05:20
1970 Plymouth Road Runner
Fast & Furious (2009)
I believe this is Steven Strope's "Hammer", which was originally a 1970 Plymouth Satellite and converted into quite a customized GTX Clone. If it is the Hammer, then it's also the same car from the ending of Fast and the Furious 3: Tokyo Drift.

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2009-05-03 07:59
1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)
The green car I believe may be a 1966-'67 Chevrolet Chevelle. It has a black hood, plain black rims, and has "KING RAT PACK" in red and black letters painted on the door. 2009-03-04 20:55
1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS
Cruise Night (2010)
The car in the 8th to 10th images I uploaded is an orange 1968 Plymouth Road Runner. 2009-02-26 17:37
1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS
Cruise Night (2010)
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2009-02-26 17:01
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle
Vanishing Point (1971)
Hard to tell, it may be a 300 Deluxe as well. 2009-02-26 16:56
1969 Pontiac GTO The Judge
Sex Drive (2008)
antp, this GTO's model year is 1969. 2009-02-24 19:09
Fast & Furious (2009) This photo shows that Hot Rod Magazine's Project F-Bomb 1973 Chevrolet Camaro may make an appearance.

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2009-01-26 19:41
Fast & Furious (2009) This photo shows a modified hugger-orange/white striped 1969 Chevrolet Camaro RS/Z-28 as well as a green 1968 Mercury Cougar with a black vinyl top.

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2009-01-26 19:34
Fast & Furious (2009) This picture is from a trailer for the movie. The cream/yellow colored car with a black hood scoop located second from the right in this picture appears to be a Dodge or a Plymouth, most likely from 1968-1972. You can also find the black 1970 Dodge Charger second from front, and what appears to be either the primer gray 1970 Chevelle, possibly a 1971-72 Oldsmobile Cutlass/4-4-2, or may even be a larger-bodied car. The bumper appears strange in the photo and may prove it's not a Chevelle or Cutlass. It's hard to tell from the photo but I'd assume it's most likely around a 1970-72 GM.

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2009-01-26 19:27
1968 Dodge Coronet 440
Vacancy 2: The First Cut (2009)
I believe this is a 1968 model. 2009-01-09 20:21
1955 Chevrolet One-Fifty Two-Door Sedan [1502]
Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)
antp, the car depicted in the movie was a 150 rather than a 210. As stpaulcarguy states, out of the three cars used (one was a 150), two of them were 210s which were converted to appear as 150s (if you can say that seeing the cars were so stripped). It would be more apt to change the model title to a 150 instead of the 210. 2008-11-04 00:47
1970 Dodge Charger
Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005)
It doesn't matter, it still stinks to think another one of these classic cars will never be driven and enjoyed again because it's nearly at the point of being non-repairable. 2008-05-24 21:47
1968 Plymouth Barracuda
Herbie: Fully Loaded (2005)
I wonder if this is one of the 1968 Barracudas used in Highwaymen. 2008-05-24 21:44
1970 Dodge Charger
The Fast and the Furious (2001)
I wonder what happened to the Chargers they used in the movie? I'd guess they are all either on some sort of movie-car attraction display or crushed. I'd be curious to hear if any are currently under private ownership. I also can't believe I haven't come across a clone of this car anywhere on the internet. There are thousands of General Lees out there, but no-one has bothered to clone such a wicked looking car? Fast and the Furious may not have the same following (specifically, age-wise) as The Dukes of Hazzard, but it boggles my mind no-one has bothered with the FnF Charger! I've seen a couple black '70 Chargers with a blower, but no American Racing CL-200 "Daisy's" or Enderle-style air scoops. 2008-03-09 20:34
1969 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible [26267]
Chris Daughtry: Over You (2007)
I would say 3 stars. 2008-02-18 20:47
1978 Chevrolet Camaro
Running Scared (2006)
The tail-lights are also a dead give away that it's a post-1977 model.

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2008-02-18 20:26
1973 Plymouth Duster
Death Sentence (2007)
antp, in the very last image you provided, there is a 1972-74 Plymouth Barracuda (pinkish vehicle), which is not listed yet.

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2008-02-05 05:12
Death Proof (2007) It was left at the Challenger owners house while they went on the 'test drive'. 2008-01-21 01:27
1969 Ford Mustang Sportsroof
The Sugarland Express (1974)
Indeed, I mixed the split signal light lens and the full signal lenses up. 2008-01-19 05:06
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T
The Bucket List (2008)
Yep it's a 1970 model. 2008-01-06 06:13
1969 Ford Mustang Sportsroof
The Sugarland Express (1974)
The car behind the Mustang is a 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle. 2008-01-06 06:09
1971 Chevrolet Nova
Death Proof (2007)
Knoxzilla, sadly the problem with that is turn signal lenses can be easily replaced. 2008-01-06 01:56
Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000) Interesting. In the first picture wickey provided, there's a car called a "1969 Plymouth Super Bee".

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2008-01-06 01:49
1971 AMC Javelin
Enemy of the State (1998)
Yeah, it's hard to tell. If you look at the tail-lights, the outter-most vertical sides of the lights are straight creating a near-square with the top and bottom sides of the tail lights. The outter-most sides of the tail-lights on '70/'71 Challenger's are more rounded/slanted than this. I know little about AMCs, but after you mentioned it I did some research and it looks more like it could be a '71/'72 AMX or Javelin. What bothers me are the vertical bumper guards under each tail-light. Challengers had these, I don't think '71/'72 AMX/Javelins had them. 2007-12-27 18:36
Dead Silence (2007) It's a 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme convertible. The quickest way to tell (in most cases) a '71 apart from a '72 model is by the tail-lights. Both years made use of a similar design, consisting of two stacked (one on top of the other) horizontal lenses. The '71 tail-lights used two unbroken lenses, while the '72 had two vertical lines over each lens giving them the appearance of being divided into three sections. 2007-11-20 02:14
1977 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
Transformers (2007)
Anybody else notice how Mikaela said it had a "high-rise double pump carburetor", then when we see the engine, there isn't a high-rise intake manifold nor a carburetor to be seen? It's funny how they could f--k up such a simple thing, confusing carburetion with electronic fuel injection. Not that it matters to the majority of people anyhow, but for some it's really irritating that they never thought to do such simple fact-checking.

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2007-10-22 05:51
Death Proof (2007) Just to make myself feel better, I'm going to assume that Quentin Tarantino, with the amount of money floating around and his interest in vintage American muscle, had the cars restored and not sent "to the crusher". Just because the body is ******, doesn't mean lots of money can't be put into new panels and lots of labour :D. Even if the frame rails themselves are a little 'off-center' now, they can be corrected (... and shot-peened :P). I wish I knew what happened to these cars now that the movie is finished, because I just can't see Tarantino allowing these cars to be butchered during filming but not restored afterwards.
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2007-09-28 17:12
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T
Drive (2007)
In the show, the driver's sister does mistakenly say it's a '72 model, but when you see a picture of him and the car right after she says that, it's unmistakenly a 1970 model. With vehicles being such an important part of the show, you'd think there would be SOMEONE around on the set that has a clue, or you'd think they'd consider a consultant to make sure the characters aren't making such blatant factual mistakes. It may not mean much to most, but for the informed it's annoying as hell.

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2007-08-14 05:42
1970 Plymouth 'Cuda
Ted Bundy (2002)
What a gorgeous car man. I would become rigid, possibly catatonic with awe-stricken glee if I ever saw this beauty in person! 2007-08-12 19:26
1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu SS Convertible
Fastlane (2002-2003)
It's a 1972 Chevelle SS. The '71 model has split turn-signals while the '72 model has unbroken turn-signals. The '71 model also has a grille split horizontally through the middle somewhat similar to the 1970 model, while the '72 grille lacks this split. This is a 1971 Chevelle: Link to "www.musclecarclub.com" 2007-08-12 19:22
1968 Dodge Charger
Fastlane (2002-2003)
Man that Charger is beautiful! 2007-08-12 18:44
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Now and Then (1995)
There's a possibility it is not an SS, but made up to look like it. This has the blacked-out grille like the SS, but appears to have amber front turn signal lenses, though they could also just be in-correct replacement lenses. 2007-08-12 18:02
1992 Kawasaki KX 80
Broken Flowers (2005)
There also appears to be a second-generation Pontiac Firebird in the shed, could be a 1974 model. 2007-08-12 17:55
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
Broken Flowers (2005)
Too bad her daughter didn't have the same automotive taste... 2007-08-12 17:51
1971 Dodge Challenger
Overhaulin' (2004-2014)
Most cars on the road today do look bland and boring. The flood of weird, visually awkward vehicles like the Honda Element though, is just a modern take on a practise that has been around since even before the 60's. During the 50's and 60's, there were alot of visual elements taken from jets, rockets, etc., and there were quite a few vehicles that were based no a futuristic theme. There were tons of henous concept vehicles through the 50's-70's that I'm sure gave the general public a brief fit of horror when they first saw them. Designers were trying hard to create a bold concept that was counter or quite a bit off from the usual designs of the time, and most of them bombed. The same goes for today, except it seems a large amount of these strange, horrific little specters are materialising and leaking into reality. I guess people like to see bold moves now a days as ever, and with such blandly styled cars all around, people like to choose the odd-ball for something different. Maybe it's part of the same reason people like Napoleon Dynamite or Japanese rap, it's annoying as hell but it's so quirky our curiosity betrays us and we end up falling for it. 2007-08-08 23:23
1966 Ford Fairlane 500 XL [63C]
Reeker (2005)
Thanks for posting Antoine! It's a Fairlane 500 XL.

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2007-07-29 04:03
1971 Dodge Challenger
Overhaulin' (2004-2014)
I also agree that the car was much better looking before-hand. There honestly should be a show on TV that restores the owner's cars back to it's original, factory-fresh state. 2007-07-06 19:19
Speed Demon (2003) I watched it about a year ago. The races were as fake and unbearable as poorly done breast implants. The two Chevelles were the only reason I would recommend a viewing of this movie. It was also a disturbingly explicit soft-core gay flick, oddly lacking enough clothing on the male actors, and very little if any lack of clothing on the female cast.

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2007-05-29 00:01
1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
Two-Lane Blacktop (1971)
This is the "King Daytona" owned by "Big Willie" Robinson. At the time it reportedly had only a "mild" 426 Hemi (according to Detroit street racing legend Jimmy Addison of "Silver Bullet" '67 GTX fame), though years later Keith Black built a monstrous 556-ci Hemi for it.

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2007-05-28 23:51
1968 Pontiac Firebird
Dazed and Confused (1993)
Indeed, the `68 had wrap-around marker lights which were visible when looking from the front or side, while the `67 markers were visible only from the front. Also, the car on the right is most likely a `68 or `69 Ford Torino.

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2007-05-28 23:43
1974 Mercury Comet GT
Starsky and Hutch (1975-1979)
Boy this car has a terrible under-bite. 2007-05-26 17:47
1965 Pontiac Tempest LeMans GTO
Bikini Bandits (2002)
This is actually a 1965 model. The biggest difference is the grilles, which you can compare at:
http://musclecarclub.com/musclecars/pontiac-gto/pontiac-gto-history.shtml
2007-05-26 17:43
1965 Pontiac Tempest LeMans GTO
The Hollywood Knights (1980)
It is indeed a '65 model. 2007-05-25 22:36
1972 Ford Mustang
Family Guy (1999-2014)
1972 Ford Mustang Grande? Can't call it a Mustang for sure because the front end doesn't match, but for a fictional car it looks pretty close in body style to the Grande.

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2007-05-11 05:11
1970 Dodge Coronet
The Simpsons (1989-2014)
It does look like a 1970 Coronet/Super Bee-based front end except with rectangular grills (without the "pinch" on the insides). It could also be based on the '67-'69 Barracuda.

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2007-05-11 05:06
(archived)
King of the Hill (1997-2010)
In the episode with the cruise-night and when Kahn (correct spelling?) buys the car wash, Hank's boss Strickland buys what he says is a "1969 Plymouth Barracuda", though is clearly a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda/'Cuda (even includes a shaker hood). 2007-05-11 04:48

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