Powerful,wild beast that roams the concrete jungle with features which have excelled the commoners. This makes these cars exorbitantly priced. In addition they have been casted along with stars of international fame.
“Gone in 60 Seconds” Featuring 1976 SHELBY MUSTANG GT 500
It shares the screen space with the renowned star Nicholas Cage and Angelina Jolie in the film “Gone in 60 seconds”. It is valued at $1,000,000.
“Spinout” Featuring 1929 DUESENBERG MODEL J
The 1966 “Spinout” is extremely popular because of Elvis Presley. This was the only film in which he played the role of the lead character, Mike McCoy. Presley’s character raced car in spare time and was the lead singer of a band. This car was one of the two cars to be used in the movie to tow the other car driven by Presley. It is valued at $1,237,500.
“Le Mans” Featuring PORSCHE 911S
Steve McQueen drove this car at the opening scene of the film “Le mans”. This car was driven at a very high speed in the French country side by McQueen. It is priced at $1,370,000.
“On The Beach” Featuring 1955 FERRARI 750 MONZA SPIDER
It was casted with Gregory Peck and Ava Gardner in the thrilling apocalyptic movie”On the Beach”. The film was based on the novel written by Nevil Shute Norway. This two seater sports car is one of the only 35 models to be built. Its restoration has been done perfectly. It is estimated to be of $2,530,000.
“Goldfinger and Thunderball” Featuring ASTON MARTIN DBS
“Goldfinger and Thunderball” starring the one and only Sean Connery as James Bond along with the Aston Martin is a memorable film. Retractable tire slashers, bullet proof retractable screens, radar scanners and passenger ejecting seats are some of the impressive gadgets that this car was laced with. It is very closely valued at $4,595,988.
“La Fortuna di Essere Donna” Featuring 1954 FERRARI 375MM BERLINETTA
The Italian classic film, “La Fortuna di Essere Donna” set in Rome starring Marcello Mastroianna,Sophia Loren and the 1954 Ferrari. There were only seven of these cars made. It has 340 horse power,V12 engine making it the best for racing events. It is valued at 4,620,000.
“Batman The Movie” Featuring BATMOBILE (original)
This red and black Italian concept car was made by hand by Carrozeria Ghia and is 19 feet long with two seats.It was used in “Batman the Movie” and It Started With A Kiss. It is valued at $4,620,000. It holds a very major place in the film industry as a car.
”The Love Bug” Featuring 1956 FERRARI 250 GT LWB BERLINETTA
This Love Bug car with an estimated value of $6,710,000. The company in the span of 4years only made 77 of these. It is famous as the,’‘Tour de France” model because of winning the public road sporting car race in 1956. It was then bought by Walt Disney studio for its movie ,”The Love Bug”. It was characterized as Herbie-the racing car with a soul in 1966.
“Redline” Featuring 1965 SHELBY COBRA DAYTONA COUPE
This car was featured in the movie “Redline”. The estimated value of this car is $7,685,000. Before being used for the movie this car had won the Federation Internationale del’ Automobile World Championship in 1965. It has also many major racing credentials under its wheels. It is also the only American made car to beat Ferrari. It was James Cann’s first movie in a lead role.
“Le Mans” Featuring 1968 FORD GULF GT40
This iconic car in the film “Lemans” sold at whooping $11,000,000. It is also expensive because it is only one of the two original Ford GT40’s that have used carbon fiber for its body work.