Best Movies Cars

November 22, 2011 | By | In News

We all love a trip to the movies, there is nothing like kicking back with your popcorn and relaxing into two hours of fast-paced action or romantic comedy.

We often hear of leading actors and actresses, after all they are the ones that grab the headlines. This got us thinking, what about the unsung heroes? The stars of the film that go un-noticed? In short,the cars.

1981 DeLorean DMC 12 Where It’s From: Back To The Future [1985] film. Not just your average car, but the car that promises to bring you back to the future!

It’s not exactly a renowned car in its own right and the hardly the best looking car, but a car capable of breaking the laws of physics is ok in our books.

All you have to do is pack on a large generator on the back, and travel at 88 mph.

1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Ambulance Where It’s From: Ghostbusters [1984] film. An inspired mix of ambulance/hearse, ‘Ecto-1’ shuttled the Ghost Buster gang around New York in the 80’s classic film.

1961 Ferrari 250 GT Spyder California Where It’s From: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off [1986] film. Cameron Frye loathed his father’s motors in this film.

We couldn’t help but wince a little when the car made its last journey; out of a window.

1968 Ford Mustang 390 GT Where It’s From: Bullitt [1968] film. Not much needs to be said about this amazing motor from the 60’s classic film Bullitt. With a black sheen that rivalled a Kardashian’s glossy hair, it made an ideal star of the film. 1979 Ferrari 308 GTS

2003 Mini Cooper S [R53] Where It’s From: The Italian Job [2003] film. This nifty little motor could run rings around a Ferrari in this famous film.

We loved the car chase scenes in particular, which showed us exactly what a mini could do.

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