Or in car lovers terms 1963 Ford Econoline Custom Van. Anyone who has seen Scooby Doo (lets face it that’s everyone) will remember growing up watching the gang work out spooky mysteries and driving around in their custom-made van.
Or the classic 1963 Aston Martin DB5. Every man and boy wanted to own this car when the movie first came out, so is it any wonder the car became legendary?
Or the amazing 1966 Chrysler Imperial. This car is like a work of art with its smooth black body and heavy arteries to match.
Or 1955 Ford Lincoln Futura Concept Car. Now it wouldn’t be a very good list without adding this into the mix now would it?
Or 1975 Ford Gran Torino. who could forget this beautiful red car, cruising around Bay City with the duo Starsky and Hutch.
Or 1974 Customized Ford Falcon XB Interceptor. The sleekness of this dreamy car is definitely one to drool over.
Or 1977 Pontiac (Firebird) Trans Am. This car zoomed on our screens in 1977, and still is eye-catching to any car lover.
Or 1982 Customized Pontiac Trans Am. KITT can drive 300 miles an hour, is bulletproof, fireproof, can talk, and helps Michael fight injustices in the world.
Or Chevy Impala Chassis. This more modern version of Batman’s car, wowed fans with its beautifully customised body.
Or 1982 DeLorean DMC-12. Back to the Future starred the famous DeLorean driven by Doc Brown.
These are all famous cars in their own way whether it was movies or TV they starred in they were a memorial bunch. What would you add to the list?
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