Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Site of the Week: Worshipping the "Better Off Dead" Camaro

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Silver68RT
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    Originally posted by Rebeldryver
    Yeah, Harlan's GTO in "My Science Project".
    That thing was so cool. If I was going to try and track down a movie car, this would probably be the one.

    Leave a comment:


  • Brian Lohnes
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    Now THAT is A-material my friend...hilarious!

    Leave a comment:


  • tiresmoke!
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    I still LMAO @ the thought of the Japanese exchange students pulling the Howard Cossell bit....frickin' Wide World of Sports from the front seat of a 4-door Falcon.

    Do a rematch, stuff a 2JZ in it.....*passes out from laughter*

    Leave a comment:


  • Scott Liggett
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    Yeah, Harlan's GTO in "My Science Project".

    Leave a comment:


  • Silver68RT
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    Yeah, I love that movie, and I love that car. I want to do a clone of that car some day, and I'm always keeping my eye out for a '67 RS Camaro. There's a few movie cars that really stuck with me, like this one, the Mustang and Charger from "Bullitt", the GTO in "My Science Project", the "Phantasm" Cuda's, Milner's dragster in "More American Grafitti." Those movies, and a lot of luck, have played a big part in me getting the cars I've got now.

    Leave a comment:


  • Turbo Regal
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    "I want my two dollars!"

    Leave a comment:


  • BangShift McT
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    I must be a sick puppy....I'd love to own the '73 Charger in "Out Cold"...the one with the snowplow. ;D

    Leave a comment:


  • ls7gto
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    one of my all time favorites.

    Leave a comment:


  • Mr4Speed
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    Originally posted by NMCA_Ron
    For some reason, I can't get Alex Van Halen's drumming from "Everybody Wants Some" out of my head...

    And I am hungry for a cheeseburger, too.


    Ron
    There's nothing wrong with that. Turn up the volume!

    Leave a comment:


  • STOVEBOLT6
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    Movie cars seem to have their following. It's amazing how they are located and restored.
    The Two Lane Blacktop/American Grafitti '55 is one. Check it out http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Garage/4602/.
    The yellow 32 from Grafitti is another, and the elusive '68 Mustang from Bullit, that's been located,but the current
    owner hasn't maintained it and won't sell. Legend has it even refusing an offer from Steve McQueen.

    Leave a comment:


  • Ron Ward
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    For some reason, I can't get Alex Van Halen's drumming from "Everybody Wants Some" out of my head...

    And I am hungry for a cheeseburger, too.


    Ron

    Leave a comment:


  • Monster
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    I love '67 Camaro's too, but that is an obsession bordering on fanaticism !!

    Leave a comment:


  • SuperBuickGuy
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    I saw that movie a couple years after its release and it became my instant favorite because: at the time I owned a 67 RS Camaro, had just returned from France where I had a french girlfriend, and skiing is my other sport I love...... oh yeah, and I worked fast food about as briefly has John Cusack did.

    Leave a comment:


  • Scott Liggett
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    Originally posted by BluLightning
    "Sorry I blew up your Mom Ricky!"

    Funny movie.
    X2. It was one of those movies I saw with little knowledge of it before going.

    Leave a comment:


  • BluLightning
    replied
    Re: Site of the Week: Worshipping the \

    "Sorry I blew up your Mom Ricky!"

    Funny movie.

    Leave a comment:

Working...
X