1960s Batmobile created to promote the original Batman TV show. It is unknown how many 'Batmobiles' were built by Jay Orhrberg of Jay Orhrberg Star Cars in Hollywood, California.
Back To The Future
Lightning McQueen and Mater not pictured Sally, Luigi and Guido
The Mock 5
This car is a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T. This particular paint (Hemi-orange) and body style was prominently featured on the TV show The Dukes of Hazzard.
Smokey and the Bandit - Trigger
1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. Breaker, breaker, we got us a convoy, Bandit.
This car started as a Ford Falcon XB GS with a 351 Cleveland engine and 4-Speed Top-loader transmission. It's been modified with a Monza front end and a whole slew of modifications to make it as close as possible to the car featured in the Mad Max Movies. This particular car has been driven at 160mph.
Animal House deathmobile
From National Lampoon’s Animal House, it starting off as a beautiful new Lincoln Continental, the college students borrowed it, smashed it and trashed it, then finally turned it into what is well known as the "Deathmobile" from the famous scene where they, after breaking out of a float, drive it through the parade.
1983 movie Christine by John Carpenter and Steven King
Pacer from waynes world
1974 Ford Grand Torino. "Hutch, you better call for backup - looks like we smoked another set of tires."
An original 1967 GT 500 fastback, with lots of modifications, like the lower set of scoops for rear-brake cooling and upper scoops to extract air from the cockpit. This baby's big power comes from a dual-quad 428 Crown Vic Police Interceptor engine.
1982-1/2 Pontiac Trans Am heavily modified to look like the futuristic high-tech car used on the Universal series Knight Rider.