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    Default Famous/not so famous TV cars

    Hi, I thought this would be a fun thread. Let's see how creative and far back we can go.

    I'll start off easy. Starsky & Hutch - 1976 Grand Torino
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    1978 Chevy Z28, 350/4-speed, no where near as fast.........yet!

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    Kojak - 1974 Buick Century 455
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    3.23 Posi Rear
    Buick Super Sport wheels
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    BCA #40234

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    films count?
    66 skylark 2 dr hartop...... in progression
    83 lesabre 4 door waiting on its 350 buick
    04 sivlerado ccsb 4x4 2500 hd d max white
    12 kia sorento sx
    99 f150
    89 dodge spirit
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    but anyhow dragnet
    66 skylark 2 dr hartop...... in progression
    83 lesabre 4 door waiting on its 350 buick
    04 sivlerado ccsb 4x4 2500 hd d max white
    12 kia sorento sx
    99 f150
    89 dodge spirit
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    Dukes of Hazzard - 1969 Dodge Charger R\T (The General Lee)
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    1970 GS 462
    1987 Grand National - 37K, under construction
    1971 GS 455
    1968 Skylark 430 (for sale)
    1971 GS Stage 1
    1972 GS Stage 1

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    This is my friends 1972 Oldsmobile 442 W30 with a 4 speed.
    Only 289 W30's made in 1972
    This car is the movie car from the movie "The Next Karate Kid", 1994


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    Knight Rider - 1982 Trans Am!
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    (upgraded and clonified to GSX styling), dual Gardner 2.25" exhaust
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    1917 Overland, originally owned by Jack Benny, He used this car in TV ads in the 50's and 60's. The car is in Ocean City, MD
    Robert

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    Kramer's '73 Chevy. man

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    My turn: The Munster's coach
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    Phillip Sedlon
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    1970 GS convertible, 462/200-4R, (4250 lbs with me), 11.86 at 112 mph, 1.59 60'
    1978 Chevy Z28, 350/4-speed, no where near as fast.........yet!

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    1969 Buick GS400 in "Continental Divide" Movie, 1981


    1970 Buick GS in "Crossing the Bridge", Movie, 1992 (only $999.99)
    Robert

    “When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them.”
    If it can't get there on it's own, leave it at home!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69GS400Stage1 View Post
    1969 Buick GS400 in "Continental Divide" Movie, 1981
    Hey, he's got my front bumper on that car!
    Ian Murray
    (Former car) 1970 Skylark Custom Convertible
    (upgraded and clonified to GSX styling), dual Gardner 2.25" exhaust
    (click)

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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/wallace...7624121677756/

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    Here's a easy one McGarretts Mercury Hawaii Five O



    Check this out http://www.imcdb.org/



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    Jim Rockford's Pontiac Firebird Esprit:



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    Quote Originally Posted by 69GS400Stage1 View Post


    I'll take both of those, please...


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    ive got two

    A TEAM van 1983 GMC Vandura G series with a modified 350. sweet huh.

    oh and the 1969 Pontiac Bonneville from 'Last Action Hero'
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    Quote Originally Posted by austingta View Post
    I'll take both of those, please...
    And I'll take the rest of the cars on the lot.
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    Always liked Jim Rockford's gold Firebird.
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    And who can forget the original Bond car, the very best of the best...
    Erik in Sand Dog
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    Is this supposed to be TV or movie cars?
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    Oops sorry. In that case how about Andy Griffith's squad car: MUCH sexier than Bond's DB5 all day long, right?
    Erik in Sand Dog
    "From the beginning try fixing it the hard way - because you know damn well in the end you'll be fixing it the hard way..."

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    Nash Bridges:




    6769RIV: No biggie,I've just got what I think is the ultimate movie car,just wasn't sure whether or not to post it...
    Last edited by Jimmy Conway; 10-11-2009 at 06:12 PM. Reason: Putting pic in correctly...
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    My 65 Corvette was the used for the still shots for the TV show Stingray

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    Then again there's Adrienne Barbeau's Lamborghini from Cannonball Run:

    Wow, guess the car didn't come out so well in that picture...
    Erik in Sand Dog
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    They drove a 1972 (or maybe 1971) Riviera in Due South...

    http://www.greenboattail.nl/duesouth.htm
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