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The movies which have destroyed the most cars

Everyone loves action movies, and with a bigger budget, there will be bigger explosions, bigger car chases, and even more cars destroyed. Take a look below at the movies which have destroyed the most cars – the numbers might surprise you! Bullitt – more than 80 In Steve McQueen’s thriller Bullitt, the film became one of the first to create one of the most exciting car chases seen on scre...

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Television and films cars that aren’t what they appear to be

The cars that appear in television and films are hugely iconic, and often lead to many people dreaming of selling a car they currently own to trade it in for the film model. But there have been circumstances where the car you are seeing onscreen isn’t actually the car you think it is! Sometimes the film makers can’t get the exact car they are after, or they cannot afford to destroy the car th...

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Quiz: How well do you know your film cars?

While you are learning more about how we can help you sell your car, why not take a look at our quiz and test your film car knowledge? ...

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Talking Knight Rider replica car up for sale… But there’s a catch

Fans of the cult TV show Knight Rider, as made famous by David Hasselhoff in the 1980’s, are being given the chance to bid on a car described as “absolutely identical in every detail” to the one driven by Michael Knight. The car even talks and can respond to commands, such as opening the windows upon instruction. However, there is a slight catch if you wanted this estimated £35,000 KITT ...

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5 film and television cars that stole the show

Cars quite often play a huge part in film and television, which leads to people craving their own version of what they see on screen. The original Batmobile from the 1966 Batman television series is up for sale again in Arizona, and was previously tied with James Bond’s Aston Martin DB5 as the most expensive vehicle in TV and film history when it sold for around £3 million in 2013. It current...

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Smokey and the Bandit Pontiac set for auction

The infamous 1977 Pontiac Trans Am from Smokey and the Bandit is set to be auctioned in January, in an auction also featuring other cars from the world of film. However, the car being sold isn’t one which featured directly in the film, as the four of those used during filming were destroyed in the process, courtesy of the stuntmen pushing them to their limits. There was one more Pontiac which ...

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