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Driven by the late Paul Walker in The Fast and the Furious was this famous bright orange 1993 Toyota Supra. Many of these Mk IV Supras that were used in the movie were built in California by Eddie Paul from The Shark Shop.

Driven by the late Paul Walker in The Fast and the Furious was this famous bright orange 1993 Toyota Supra. Many of these Mk IV Supras that were used in the movie were built in California by Eddie Paul from The Shark Shop.

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The '70 Dodge Charger R/T driven by Vin Diesel in The Fast and the Furious currently sits at the Volo Auto Museum. However, this movie Mopar is currently back on the market with an asking price of $129,998. Of course, a normal one in mint condition would cost considerably less, and we have plenty of classic Dodge Chargers in our inventory to choose from.

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A movie that acquired a cult following was Back To The Future, and the DeLorean DMC-12 that starred in the movie became an instant legend after skyrocketing into popularity. While many car movies feature multiple cars for different roles, this was the only DeLorean used in the film.

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While this isn't an actual "movie" car per se, the 1976 Ford Gran Torino was an iconic car from the television show Starsky & Hutch. All vehicles were brought back to Ford's Studio TV Car Lease program after the show's cancellation and A.E. Barber Ford of California purchased them at a Ford auction.

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The famous car that we all know as Herbie was the 1963 Volkswagen Beetle that stole everyone's hearts in the 1968 movie The Love Bug. As recently as 2018, Herbie became the most valuable VW Beetle when it went to auction and sold for $128,700, more than what it sold for at Barrett-Jackson with hammer-down price of $126k.

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Another television car that deserves a mention is none other than the General Lee from the Dukes of Hazzard - a 1969 Dodge Charger. Multiple '69 Chargers were used for the show. The LEE 1 was equipped with a 383-cubic-inch V8 engine and a full roll cage as a second unit car. Two others, called LEE 2 and LEE 3, were also second unit and used for those close-up shots.

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A car that arguably rivals Burt Reynolds for the star of the 1980 movie Smokey & The Bandit is the incredibly famous 1977 Pontiac Trans Am. This iconic movie about bootleggers trying to transport beer over state lines debuted 40 years ago, and the car is still replicated today with a following that is larger than ever.

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In the 1986 hit Ferris Bueller's Day Off , what was made to appear as the iconic red 1963 Ferrari 250 GTO was actually a 1985 Spyder California built by Modena. In the movie, high school student Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) fakes a sickness to play hooky and takes his father's beloved "Ferrari" for a daytime joyride to Chicago with his friend and girlfriend.

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