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Bo and Luke Duke are the stars of "The Dukes of Hazzard" franchise. They're the guys zooming around the South in an orange car they call the General Lee.
Michael J. Fox hit superstardom in "Back to the Future" thanks to a car that also served as a time machine. But the clunky car (and equally clunky time machine) causes all sorts of hilarious complications.
In "Bullitt," Steve McQueen is a West Coast cop who must keep an informant alive long enough to testify. Along the way, he zooms into one of Hollywood's most famous car chase scenes.
In "Bullitt," Steve McQueen drove a Mustang and was pursued by bad guys in a Dodge Charger. The film helped seal the Charger's legacy as an iconic muscle car.
A Texas politician wants his favorite been for a rally -- but the brand he likes isn't legal. So he hires a daring driver (Burt Reynolds) to illegally transport the brew without getting caught by police.
In 1981's "The Cannonball Run," a bunch of weirdos rev their engines for a very fast (and very illegal) cross-country race. And yes, this race actually happens in real life … only it's not quite as crazy as the film version.
The gullwing doors on the DeLorean DMC-12 gave it a fantastic futuristic appeal. But the car's performance definitely didn't set any train tracks on fire -- it's a rickety hunk of sub-par machinery.
A group of organized criminals uses their race cars to hijack semis loaded with loot. Brian goes undercover to infiltrate the gang, and a lot of high-speed scenes ensue.
A man named Maindrian Pace appears to live a legitimate life as an insurance investigator … but he's also a car thief. And he's on a mission to steal 48 cars for a drug cartel boss.
In "Smokey and the Bandit II," Burt Reynolds is back in some high-speed hijinks, and the premise is just as ridiculous as the first movie -- he has to get an elephant across the country (alive) in just three days.
In "Goldfinger," everyone's favorite spy zips around in an Aston Martin DB5. The good news is that you can buy a DB5 for yourself -- the bad news is that it won't have machine guns or an ejector seat.
In "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," three teens skip school and drive around Chicago in a 1961 Ferrari 250GT. Then as they attempt to roll back the odometer, the car crashes through a window and is totally ruined.
Has there ever been a happier-looking car than Herbie the Love Bug? Of course not -- the VW Beetle's friendly demeanor is why this model was chosen to star in numerous "Love Bug" shows.
You know, Paul Walker was cool and all, but he wasn't cool enough to pull off cruising in a Festiva. He did, however, drive an Eclipse and Supra for his big role.
A car thief travels to Long Beach, California in hopes of completing his mission to steal 48 cars for a crime boss. But snagging a Mustang code-named "Eleanor" will be harder than he imagined.
In this adaptation of a Stephen King book, Christine comes to life and goes on a murder spree. Two young lovers must find a way to stop the machine before it slaughters an entire small town.
Max is indeed a bit testy in "Mad Max," in which he steers a Ford Falcon XB through all manner of carnage. This Australian film made Mel Gibson into a wild-eyed star.
Kowalski must race the car to its new owner by zipping from Denver to San Francisco, a distance of 1,200 miles. Along the way, he must contend with police officers and criminals alike.
In "Smokey and the Bandit," Burt Reynolds dons a big cowboy hat and hits the highway in a Pontiac Trans Am. The black car featured gold wheels and a golden firebird on the hood.
The General Lee is a 1969 Dodge Charger. The production team blew through dozens of the cars in the TV shows and movies due to wrecks and general abuse.
James Bond gets all of the cool toys. As he's being chased by heavily armed enemies, Bond launches his car into the ocean … and the vehicle transforms into a submarine, allowing our intrepid hero to make his escape.
Bob and his Chevy are just about to win a drag race … but a tire blows, sending the car careening into a terrible wreck. Its occupants barely escape before the car explodes.
Ford partnered with Warner Bros. to create a special edition of the Mustang, which was heavily featured in the '68 film "Bullitt." The "Bullitt" package offers premium upgrades … and costs thousands more.
Elwood Blues buys the 1974 Dodge Monaco sedan, which is outfitted for police work. It looks like a beater, but the car somehow magically flies from time to time.
Early meetings considered a Corvette-like design for Lightning. In the end, though, the character became a generic hodgepodge of sports cars.
In "National Lampoon's Vacation," Clark Griswold commits to a cross-country trip with his family, but the dealership can't get his new car in time for the trip. So Clark is stuck driving an old station wagon (the "Family Truckster") on the long journey.
The General Lee is a car steeped in Southern traditions. That's why its horn plays the haunting notes of "Dixie."
The Focus wasn't quite menacing enough for the evil premise of this movie, in which a killer uses reinforced "death proof" cars to carry out his plans. The Nova and Charger, however, are heavily used in the plot.
Max's Falcon XB GT has a supercharger prominently sticking out of the hood. The monstrous engine looks intimidating, but this being the movies, it didn't really boost the car's performance.
John drives a souped-up yellow 1932 Ford Deuce Coupe. At the end of the film, he vies for the win versus a doomed 1955 Chevy One-Fifty Coupe.