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Ghostbusters - Ecto 1

The Ecto-1, is a fictional vehicle from the Ghostbusters franchise, renowned for its distinctive appearance and ghost-busting capabilitiesa

It first appeared in the 1984 film “Ghostbusters” and has since become an iconic symbol of the series

Mr. Bean - Mini & Reliant Robin

Mr. Bean’s Mini is an iconic car from the beloved British sitcom, known for its distinctive Austin Citron Green color and black bonnet.

The Reliant Robin, often seen in the Mr. Bean series, is a three-wheeled car that frequently ends up being toppled over by Mr. Bean, usually due to his antics.

Miami Vice - Testarossa

The Ferrari Testarossa from “Miami Vice” is an iconic symbol of the 1980s, known for its distinctive flat-12 engine and striking design. It became a cultural icon after being featured in the hit TV show, where it was driven by the character Sonny Crockett and played a significant role in the series’ action-packed scenes¹.

Transformers - Bumble Bee

Bumblebee is a beloved character from the Transformers franchise, known for his transformation into a yellow Volkswagen Beetle and his role as a loyal Autobot. He’s celebrated for his bravery, resourcefulness, and the iconic line “Sting like a bee,” which has become synonymous with his character¹.

James Bond - R11

The Renault 11, famously driven by Roger Moore as James Bond in the 1985 film “A View to a Kill,” is known for its dramatic transformation from a taxi into a sleek sports car during a high-speed chase. This iconic scene, where the car’s roof is chopped off by a road barrier, has become one of the most memorable moments in Bond’s cinematic history.

Wayne's World - AMC Pacer

The “Mirthmobile,” a 1976 AMC Pacer, gained fame as the iconic car driven by the characters Wayne and Garth in the 1992 comedy “Wayne’s World.” It’s known for its distinctive yellow paint with flame decals, mismatched wheels, and quirky interior features like a licorice dispenser. After starring in the film, the Pacer became a cult classic.

Scooby Doo - Mystery Machine

The Mystery Machine is the iconic van of the Scooby-Doo gang, known for its distinctive blue color with a horizontal green stripe and orange flowers. It’s not only their main mode of transportation but also a symbol of their adventures, equipped with various gadgets and storage for their mystery-solving equipment.

Jurassic Park - Ford Explorer XLT

In the 1993 film “Jurassic Park,” the Ford Explorer XLT is featured as one of the vehicles used by visitors to navigate the park. It becomes notably famous in the scene where a T-Rex escapes and attacks the car, leading to a thrilling chase¹. The Explorer’s design and its role in the film have made it an iconic part of the Jurassic Park franchise.

Police Interceptor - Ford Crown Victoria

The Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor, commonly known as the CVPI, was a full-size sedan produced by Ford from 1992 to 2011. It was specifically designed for law enforcement use, featuring a robust body-on-frame construction, rear-wheel drive, and a powerful V8 engine. The CVPI became the most widely used police vehicle in North America.

Dukes Of Hazzard - Cadillac Coupe de Ville

The Cadillac Eldorado, particularly the 1970 model featured in “The Dukes of Hazzard,” is an iconic car known for its distinctive design and role in the show. It’s often seen as a symbol of luxury and is recognized for its appearance in the series’ memorable scenes, including the famous jumps and chases.

Taxi - Peugeot 406

The Peugeot 406, famously known as the Taxi in the French film series, is an iconic vehicle that has become synonymous with the adventurous and action-packed world of the Taxi movies. It’s celebrated for its distinctive design and the thrilling stunts it performs in the films.

Dukes Of Hazzard - Plymouth Fury (3)

The Plymouth Fury, often seen in “The Dukes of Hazzard,” is a classic American car that became iconic for its appearances in the show, particularly as part of the Hazzard County Police Department¹. It’s remembered for its distinctive design and the memorable chases that featured it.

Dukes Of Hazzard - General Lee Charger

The General Lee, a 1969 Dodge Charger, is the iconic car from “The Dukes of Hazzard,” known for its orange paint, Confederate battle flag on the roof, and the number “01” on each door. It’s famous for its daring stunts, especially its long jumps, and for being driven by the Duke boys, Bo and Luke.