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Cars in films

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Everyone knows all the old and obvious ones, but settled down to watch a new movie last night called “Nobody.”

Good film anyway, but was surprised to see a 72 Challenger in it. :thumbright:

They got the engine spec horribly wrong when they were talking about it (4.9l V8 :roll: ) but good to see nonetheless.

Any other not so obvious films with cool rides anyone recommends, lately?
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"Upgrade" from 2018. Quite a good film. Rotten Tomatoes 88%.
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Not heard of that one, I’ll check it out. :thumbright:
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‘70 Charger in Blue velvet and there’s a couple of Mopars in Lost Highway. Both David Lynch films so you might find them a little bit odd…
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:rr:

Love a good film, so looking forward to checking any of them out. :thumbright:
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Edited. Managed to hit the wrong button. :lol:
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Here you go. Enjoy the hours you lose…

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morgan wrote: Wed Nov 30, 22 6:37 pm Here you go. Enjoy the hours you lose…

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even my car is on there......:)

some aussie films

alivin purple had a valiant charger in it


one with a title that we would consider racist but the aussie greek lebanese and itallian population have adopted

360 engined 2 door VF valiant is his charriot its a comedy... i think :)

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