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Movie car report

Cars feature heavily in many movies. Not only do they look great on screen, but the revving of an engine or the screeching of tyres can immerse audiences into a scene.

From the Dodge Charger to the DeLorean DMC-12, cars can often become stars of a movie in their own right. And while some cars win the hearts and minds of fans, others don’t survive movie production!

Image of a car surrounded by smoke

In this report, you can discover the movies that have destroyed the most cars on set and the movie cars worth the highest value. Uncover the best auto movies of all time, find out the most watched chase scenes online, and discover Hollywood’s favourite car models for movies.

There are many movie cars which come with high performance and higher price tags, meaning that buying a model from your favourite movie will set you back a large sum, not to mention how expensive car insurance could be on such cars.

 

Movies that have destroyed the most cars

At some point, movie fans might have watched an action movie and thought: “Just how many cars have they destroyed making this scene?”. For some, the number of cars getting blown up or crashed is shocking. That’s why we’ve done the research and can reveal which movie productions have destroyed the highest number of cars.

The top 3 movies that have destroyed the most cars

 

1. Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) - 532 cars destroyed

Transformers 3, or Transformers: Dark of the Moon, has destroyed the most cars ever during its production. Guinness World Records reveals that an impressive 532 cars were disposed of in total.

Director Michael Bay has a reputation for doing real stunts with real cars. Since the premise of Transformers is robots that turn into cars, many real cars were completely obliterated in this movie to make Bay’s vision come to life.

Generally, movies with a high budget and disdain for CGI mean that many cars don’t survive production.

 

2. Fast & Furious 6 (2013) - 350 cars destroyed

The Fast & Furious 6 movie destroyed an estimated 350 cars during its production, earning this film second place on this list. Iconic moments included the crushing of a custom 1969 Ford Mustang by a tank and the launch of a 2008 BMW M5 through a building.

As a whole, the Fast and Furious movies have destroyed over 1,000 cars during production since the franchise began, so we can expect that many more will follow.

 

3. The Matrix Reloaded (2003) - 300 cars destroyed

Rounding off our top 3 action movies that have destroyed the most cars in production is The Matrix Reloaded. Best known for its incredible highway chase scene, this movie destroyed 300 cars during production, all on loan from General Motors.

During the scene, Laurence Fishburne wields a katana on top of a moving truck. Meanwhile, Carrie-Anne Moss shows off some serious driving skills weaving through oncoming traffic on a Ducati 996 motorbike.

The 2 major stars of the chase, a Cadillac CTS sedan and Escalade EXT SUV, weren’t in production at the time of shooting so prototypes were used instead.

 
Rank Movie Number of cars destroyed
1
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
532
2
Fast & Furious 6
350
3
The Matrix Reloaded
300
4
Fast Five
260
5
The Fast & the Furious: Tokyo Drift
249
6
Furious 7
230
7
Fast & Furious
190
8
The Junkman
150
9
A Good Day to Die Hard
132
10
2 Fast 2 Furious
130
11
G.I. Joe
112
12
Blues Brothers 2000
105
13
The Blues Brothers
104
14
Gone in 60 Seconds
93
15
Ronin
80
16
The Fast and the Furious
78
17
Mad Max: Fury Road
75
18
The Dukes Of Hazzard
26
19
6 Underground
20
20
Spectre
7
 

Movies that have destroyed the highest-value cars

The top 3 movies that have destroyed the highest-value cars

 

1. Le Mans (1971), Porsche 917K - $14,000,000 (~£12,106,000)

The production of Le Mans led to the shocking destruction of a Porshe 917K. The Porsche 917K was being used to film high-speed parts of the movie when it crashed and was destroyed.

Driver David Piper blew a tire sending the Porsche into barriers on both sides of the track. Fortunately, the Porsche 917K was reconstructed after filming and sold for $14 million.

 

2=. Spectre (2015), Aston Martin DB10 - $493,000 (~£426,000)

The Aston Martin DB10 was used in the making of Spectre, where an iconic car chase scene happened in Rome. This led to the writing off of 7 Aston Martin DB10s. Worth $493,000 a pop today, that adds up to one expensive scene.

The destruction of said Aston Martin DB10s all occurred during 1 night of filming, and resulted in about 4 seconds of footage. In the scene, Bond is being chased in his Aston Martin DB10 by a Jaguar C-X75. The chase between 2 of the fastest cars in the world resulted in Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 sinking in a Roman river.

 

2=. Iron Man 2 (2010), Rolls Royce Phantom - $493,000 (~£426,000)

In Iron Man 2, during the famous Formula 1 fight scene, 2 identical Rolls Royce Phantoms were destroyed at $493,000 a piece.

The Phantoms were destroyed in a scene where Happy Hogan is trying to crush an electrified-whip-wielding Ivan Vanko into a fence. This leads to the body panels and roof of the cars being sheared off. During the same scene, a 1970s Formula-esque Wolf WR6 was also destroyed, getting chopped in half by the same electric whips.

 
Rank Car Movie Estimated Value Today
1
Porsche 917K*
Le Mans
$14,000,000
2
Aston Martin DB10
Spectre
$493,000
2
Rolls Royce Phantom
Iron Man 2
$493,000
4
Lamborghini Murcielago LP640
The Dark Knight
$354,000
5
Ford Falcon XB GT Coupe
The Road Warrior
$265,000
6
Aston Martin DBS
Casino Royale
$225,000
7
1967 Shelby Mustang GT500**
Gone in 60 Seconds
$219,000
8
1941 Lincoln Continental
The Godfather
$209,000
9
1969 Mercedes-Benz 280SE Cabriolet
The Hangover
$165,000
10
Lamborghini Huracán
Doctor Strange
$164,400
11
DeLorean DMC-12
Back to the Future Part III
$100,000
12
1967 Corvette Stingray
Con-Air
$75,000
13
1970 Dodge Charger
Fast and the Furious
$40,000

*The 917K was destroyed on set (which wasn’t scripted) and was later reconstructed and sold for $14 million.

** There were actually 12 of these cars created for the movie, with 5 getting destroyed during filming.

 

Movie cars that sold for the highest value

The top 3 movie cars sold for the highest value

 

1. Porsche 917K, Le Mans (1971)

Sold: 2001

Sale Price: $14,000,000 (~£12,103,000)

Sale price adjusted for inflation: $23,119,458 (~£19,987,580)

After crashing during the filming of Le Mans, the Porsche 917K was reconstructed using a 917-034 chassis and body. The rebuilt Porsche 917K then went on to win the Daytona, Monza, and Zeltweg races the following season in 1971. An incredible feat for the mechanics who put it back together. Sold at $14 million in 2001, this equates to a massive $23 million today.

But that’s not all. The Porsche 917K is even more valuable today due to its impressive history. It was immortalised as the winning car in Steve McQueen’s 1971 Le Mans. It was also driven by David Hobbs and Mike Hailwood in the 1970 Le Mans 24 Hours and was raced in historic events by Michael Amalfitano for over 20 years. The Porshe 917K is currently up for auction for between $16-$18.5 million.

 

2. 1968 Ford Gulf GT40, Le Mans (1971)

Sold: 2012

Sale Price: $11,000,000 (~£9,509,000)

Sale price adjusted for inflation: $14,004,094 (~£12,107,030)

The Porshe 917K wasn’t the only high-value model used on set at Le Mans. A 1968 Ford Gulf GT40 sold for an incredible $11 million in 2012, with an estimated value of $14 million today. Similar to the Porsche 917K, the Ford Gulf GT40 doubled as a camera car, filming some of the iconic racing scenes in the film.

The 1968 Ford Gulf GT40 was one of the first cars to be designed using carbon fibre parts. In addition, it shows off Gulf's iconic powder blue and marigold stripe paint job. This easily makes it one of the most recognizable and desirable Ford Gulf GT40s ever produced, going some way to explaining its staggering price tag.

 

3. 1965 Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe, Red Line 7000 (1965)

Sold: 2009

Sale Price: $7,690,000 (~£6,648,000)

Sale price adjusted for inflation: $10,477,243 (~£9,057,943)

Sold for just under $8 million in 2009, the 1965 Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe from Red Line 7000 sold for about $10 million on today's market. Alongside its role in Red Line 7000, the 1965 Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe has its own impressive racing history with 10 stand-out wins between 1964 and 1965.

This Daytona was one of 6 such race cars hand-built by Carroll Shelby and his team. From there, Bob Bondurant piloted it to win the GT class of the World Manufacturers Championship in 1965, beating Ferrari. To add to its prestige, the car was owned by Bondurant until 1969 before becoming one of the most expensive cars sold at auction.

 
Rank Most expensive cars from movies Movie Sale Year Sale Price Sale price adjusted for inflation
1
Porsche 917K
Le Mans (1971)
2001
$14,000,000
$23,119,458
2
1968 Ford Gulf GT40
Le Mans (1971)
2012
$11,000,000
$14,004,094
3
1965 Shelby Daytona Cobra Coupe
Red Line 7000 (1965)
2009
$7,690,000
$10,477,243
4
1956 Ferrari 250 GT LWB Berlinetta Scaglietti
The Love Bug (1968)
2012
$6,710,000
$8,542,497
5
Ferrari 375MM Berlinetta by Pininfarina
La Fortuna di Essere Donna (1956)
2010
$4,620,000
$6,192,939
6
Aston Martin DB5
Goldfinger (1964)
2010
$4,600,000
$6,166,130
7
The Original Batmobile
Batman (1966)
2013
$4,620,000
$5,796,810
8
1968 Ford Mustang GT390
Bullitt (1968)
2020
$3,710,000
$4,190,000
9
Aston Martin DB10
Spectre (2015)
2016
$3,400,000
$4,140,739
10
1955 Ferrari 750 Monza Spider
On The Beach (1959)
2011
$2,530,000
$3,287,597
11
1929 Dusenberg Model J Murphy SWB Convertible coupe
Gay Divorcee (1934)
2013
$2,370,000
$2,973,688
12
‘Elenor’ Shelby Mustang GT500
Gone in 60 Seconds (2000)
2003
$1,000,000
$1,589,000
13
Lotus Esprit S1
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
2019
$997,000
$1,139,883
14
Toyota Supra
The Fast And The Furious (2001)
2021
$550,000
$601,435
15
1977 Pontiac TransAm
Smokey And The Bandit (1977)
2022
$500,000
$500,000
16
Ford Mustang
Need For Speed (2014)
2014
$300,000
$370,407
17
Volkswagen Beetle
The Love Bug (1968)
2018
$128,700
$149,810
18
Subaru Impreza WRX
Baby Driver (2017)
2017
$69,000
$82,279
 

The most watched movie car chases

The top 3 most watched movie car chases

By combining all the views from all of the videos* of each car chase on YouTube, this report has revealed which car chase has received the largest volume of views to date. Here are the view volumes of the biggest car chases in movies, and which car chases have seen the most of all time.

*All videos of the car chase with over 10,000 views.

 

1. Baby Driver (2017) - Opening Car Chase

Number of Videos - 5

Total YouTube Views - 176,449,000

The most watched car chase on YouTube is Baby Driver’s opening car chase, which has racked up a total of 176 million views across 5 of its top videos. The most viewed video of these has 87 million views alone.

Director Edgar Wright has commented that he imagined the scene as a “musical version of a bank robbery and car chase”. And that is just what he gave us. Backed by the rock group Jon Spencer Blues Explosion’s Bellbottoms, the chase sees Ansel Elgort escape the law by performing improvised stunts in his red Chevrolet Impala. The scene shows off a trio of star-studded accomplices - Jon Hamm, Jon Bernthal, and Eiza González. The meticulously edited scene is often considered the best car chase in Hollywood.

 

2. Terminator 2: Judgement Day (1991) - Truck Chase

Number of Videos - 2

Total YouTube Views - 129,000,000

The truck chase in Terminator 2: Judgment Day ranks as the second most viewed car chase on YouTube, with 129 million views across 2 videos. The most watched truck chase has earned an impressive 77 million views to date.

The truck chase scene in Terminator 2: Judgement Day involved miles of cables and some jaw-dropping pyrotechnics. For the motorbike jump alone, a 1991 Harley-Davidson Fatboy was attached to 5 separate cables so that it swung in the air. The scene involved the T-1000 in a large truck hunting John Connor on a dirt bike with the Terminator in pursuit.

 

3. The Matrix Reloaded (2003) - Freeway Fight

Number of Videos - 7

Total YouTube Views - 62,600,000

The Matrix Reloaded chase earns the third top spot for most viewed car chase on YouTube. Its freeway fight reaches a total of 62.6 million views across 7 top videos. The most-watched of these 7 has been seen 35 million times.

During filming of this scene, 300 cars were destroyed. To accommodate the car chase, the movie’s directors, the Wachowskis, impressively built their own 1.25-mile-long highway for a whopping $2.5 million. The filming of this chase was so intense that none of the actors involved came away without an injury.

 
Rank Movie Car Chase Number of Videos Total YouTube Views
1
Baby Driver
Opening Car Chase
5
176,449,000
2
Terminator 2: Judgment Day
Truck Chase
2
129,000,000
3
The Matrix Reloaded
Freeway Fight
7
62,600,000
4
The Fate of the Furious
Harpooning Dom's Car
5
47,740,000
5
Mad Max: Fury Road
The Chase Begins
2
47,300,000
6
Fast and Furious 4
Dom Escapes
5
27,787,000
7
The Fast and the Furious
Chasing the Killers
6
23,159,000
8
Fast Five
Train Heist
5
21,955,000
9
Spectre
Rome Car Chase
9
15,381,000
10
Mission: Impossible 2
Motorcycle Chase
5
15,310,000
11
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation
Bike Chase
6
15,025,000
12
Fast and Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw
Cyborg Motorcycle Chase
4
14,818,000
13
Wanted
Viper Ride
5
11,019,000
14
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
Motorcycle Chase
5
9,335,000
15
Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior
Gang Chase
1
9,200,000
16
Bullitt
San Francisco Car Chase
2
8,000,000
17
Drive
Opening Getaway
4
5,462,000
18
Mad Max
The V8 Interceptor
1
4,500,000
19
Vanishing Point
Kowalski vs Cops
2
4,300,000
20
Ronin
Paris Car Chase
3
4,048,000
 

Fan’s favourite car-centric movies

The top 3 fan's favourite car-centric movies

 

1. Back To The Future (1985) - 90.5/100

“Where we're going, we don't need roads.”

The best car-centric movie according to fans is Back To The Future, which has earned an 8.5/10 on IMDb and a 96/100 on Rotten Tomatoes. Back To The Future is a sci-fi comedy from the 1980s. High-schooler Marty McFly travels back in time in a DeLorean DMC-12, which doubles as a time machine. To return home, he must make his parents fall in love and ensure his own existence.

The DeLorean DMC-12 is one of the most famous cars in movie history. The main DeLorean that was built for the movie remains in Universal’s possession, but other versions of the car have sold at auction for prices as high as $440,000.

 

2. Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) - 89/100

“My name is Max. My world is fire. And blood.”

The runner-up fan favourite is Mad Max: Fury Road, which earned an 8.1 on IMDB and a 97 on Rotten Tomatoes. The movie details the adventure of a woman’s fight against a tyrannical ruler of a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Fury Road is an adrenaline-fuelled, visually stunning masterpiece where you experience a 2-hour fight-to-the-death car chase. A car chase that features jaw-dropping stunts, fire-spitting electric guitars, and a lot of fuel.

Mad Max drove the Interceptor, one of the few vehicles in the movie that wasn’t ridiculously modified. The Interceptor is a Ford Falcon XB and this model was also used in the original 1973 Mad Max movie. There are many quality cars that are kitted out for post-apocalyptic battles in this movie. This includes a 1970s Perentti, a 1937 Plymouth Sedan, and a 1934 Chevrolet 5 Window Coupe.

 

3. Ford v Ferrari (2019) - 86.5/100

“There's a point at 7,000 RPM... where everything fades.”

Ford v Ferrari ranks as the third best fan favourite auto movie, earning 8.1 and 91 on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes respectively. This movie is based on the true story of a British and American team of engineers, led by Carroll Shelby and Ken Miles. They are sent on a mission to build the Ford GT40. The purpose? To finally defeat the incessantly dominant Italian team Ferrari at the Le Mans race in France during 1966.

This movie includes some iconic Ford and Ferrari models. A 1966 Ford GT40 MK.II was the star of the movie, which we see driven everywhere. From Daytona to Le Mans and from Willow Springs to the runway strips at the Los Angeles International airport. The MK.II has also won many races, including 24 Hours of Daytona, 12 Hours of Sebring, and 24 Hours of Le Mans.

 
Rank Movie Released IMDb Rotten Tomatoes Average audience score /100
1
Back To The Future
1985
85
96
90.5
2
Mad Max: Fury Road
2015
81
97
89.0
3
Ford v Ferrari
2019
81
92
86.5
4
Bullit
1968
74
98
86.0
4
Grand Prix
1966
72
100
86.0
6
Drive
2011
78
93
85.5
7
American Graffiti
1973
74
96
85.0
7
Rush
2013
81
89
85.0
7
Mad Max 2: The road warrior
1981
76
94
85.0
10
Baby Driver
2017
76
92
84.0
11
Duel
1971
76
88
82.0
12
Logan Lucky
2017
70
92
81.0
13
Mad Max
1979
68
91
79.5
14
Easy Rider
1969
73
84
78.5
15
Furious 7
2015
72
82
77.0
16
The Italian job (1969)
1969
72
81
76.5
17
The Blues Brothers
1980
79
73
76.0
17
Tucker: The Man and His Dream
1988
69
83
76.0
19
Vanishing Point
1971
72
79
75.5
20
Fast Five
2011
73
77
75.0
 

Critic’s favourite car-centric movies

The top 3 critic's favourite car-centric movies

 

Joint 1. Back To The Future (1995) & American Graffiti (1973) - 97/100

In joint first place are Back To The Future and American Graffiti, which both earned 97/100 on Metacritic. American Graffiti tells of the rocking adventures of a group of teenagers over the course of a single night. Featuring an iconic black 1955 Chevrolet 150 and possibly the coolest drag races in history, it’s a must-see movie for all car lovers.

A redesign for the 1955 Chevy resulted in it being perfect for drag racing, likely why a drag race was featured in this movie. Despite this being a 1955 model, the car used in the movie was actually built in 1970 for a different movie, Two-Lane Blacktop. Two 1955 Chevys were built for and starred in Two-Lane Blacktop before they were repainted black and sent off to American Graffiti.

 

3. Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) - 90/100

Mad Max: Fury Road also makes into the critic's pick of the top auto movies, earning a cool 90/100 on Metacritic. Cowriter and director George Miller came up with the idea for Fury Road way back in 1987. Due to serial development issues and setbacks, the movie wasn’t released until 2015, 28 years later. It seems however that it was worth the wait, with the movie scoring in the top 3 fan and critic favourites.

Mad Max: Fury Road included some epic vehicles that were more like war machines. Immortan Joe's Doof Wagon was built from a MAZ 543 ‘Uragan’ truck that originates in the Soviet Union. It was designed to carry the Soviet Union's SCUD missiles, however, in the movie it carries the flame-spitting electric guitarist instead. Still, a formidable vehicle to come up against on Fury Road.

 
Rank Movie Released Metacritic critic score /100
1
Back To The Future
1985
97
1
American Graffiti
1973
97
3
Mad Max: Fury Road
2015
90
4
Baby Driver
2017
86
5
Easy Rider
1969
85
6
Ford v Ferrari
2019
81
6
Bullit
1968
81
8
Drive
2011
78
8
Logan Lucky
2017
78
10
Rush
2013
74
10
Cars
1006
74
10
Tucker: The Man and His Dream
1988
74
13
Mad Max
1979
73
14
Grand Prix
1966
72
15
Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome
1985
71
16
The Italian job (1969)
1969
70
17
The Italian Job (2001)
2001
68
17
Used Cars
1980
68
19
Furious 7
2015
67
20
Fast Five
2011
66
20
Talladega Nights: The Ballad Of Ricky Bobby
2006
66
 

The most common car brands on screen in car action movies

 

1. Ford - 71,370 appearances

Ford proves to be the filmmaker’s favourite, achieving a whopping 70,000 appearances in the film industry. Several models of the Ford car have been the most-seen on cinema screens. Unsurprising, as Ford has been America’s best-selling car brand for over a decade.

You’ll recognise Ford secured starring roles in some fan and critic favourite movies, including American Graffiti (1973) and Ford v Ferrari (2019). A 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 was used in an epic chase as James Bond’s car in Diamonds Are Forever.

 

2. Mercedes-Benz - 41,504 appearances

In second position is Mercedes-Benz, securing over 40,000 appearances in car action movies.

One of the most famous Mercedes-Benz cars used in movies is the 1965 Mercedes-Benz 220 SE Cabriolet used in The Hangover. Here audiences see it unsuspectingly destroyed by a Cadillac Escalade.

 

3. Chevrolet - 39,303 appearances

Classic American car company Chevrolet ranks just behind Mercedez-Benz with 39,000 views, earning itself the third spot on this list. The bright yellow Chevrolet Camero from Transformers, also known as Bumblebee, is likely this brand's most famous on-screen car.

A couple of Chevrolets have been used in 2 Fast and Furious movies. A 1971 Chevrolet Monte Carlo was driven by Lucas Black in Tokyo Drift (2006), while a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko was driven by Paul Walker in 2 Fast 2 Furious (2001).

 
Rank Brand Appearances
1
Ford
71,370
2
Mercedes-Benz
41,504
3
Chevrolet
39,303
4
Volkswagen
22,978
5
Toyota
22,678
6
BMW
18,305
7
Dodge
15,706
8
Fiat
14,686
9
Renault
14,403
10
Cadillac
12,984
11
Volvo
11,471
12
Nissan
11,112
13
Honda
10,849
14
Peugeot
10,751
15
Citroën
10,153
16
Lincoln
8,416
17
Opel
7,841
18
Jeep
7,480
19
Audi
7,473
20
Land-Rover
7,407
 

The most common models on screen

 

1. Ford Crown Victoria - 7,252 appearances

If Ford is the filmmaker's favourite brand, then the Ford Crown Victoria is the filmmaker's favourite model, with over 7,000 appearances. This is likely due to the fact that this particular model was favoured by American and Canadian police forces from 1997 to 2013. And with police being prominent features in many action movies, this may explain why the Ford Crown Victoria is the most common model on screen.

 

2. Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse - 4,088 appearances

The Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse ranks as the second most seen car in movies, with just over 4,000 appearances. Considered the benchmark big luxury saloon, this model has had prominent roles in famous movies such as, The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. This model also has cameo appearances in many American movies from the 80s and 90s.

 

3. Ford Mustang - 4,031 appearances

Ranking very closely behind the Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse is Ford’s Mustang, with just 57 fewer appearances. As of 2022, this model has likely scored so many cameos due to it being the best-selling sports car in the world for the seventh year running.

 
Rank Model Appearances
1
Ford Crown Victoria
7,252
2
Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse
4,088
3
Ford Mustang
4,031
4
Ford Econoline
3,851
5
Chevrolet Impala
3,534
6
Chevrolet Caprice
3,166
7
Ford F-Series
2,983
8
Ford Transit
2,975
9
Volkswagen Golf
2,828
10
Mercedes-Benz E-Klasse
2,733
11
Lincoln Town Car Stretched Limousine
2,520
12
Toyota Land Cruiser
2,336
13
BMW 5
2,287
14
Toyota Corolla
2,271
15
Lincoln Town Car
2,231
16
Land-Rover Range Rover
2,028
17
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter
1,991
18
Chevrolet Suburban
1,937
19
Chevrolet Camaro
1,927
20
Volkswagen Transporter
1,899
 

Alex Kindred, car insurance expert at Confused.com, comments:

“The car has long been used in movies, from thrilling car chases to cars cast as the main character in films such as The Love Bug. In fact, cars across the years have played pivotal roles in some of the world's most iconic movies. For example, films based solely around cars like ‘Fast and Furious’ and films where cars are a key part of the story like ‘Back to the Future'.

“For those dreaming of getting their hands on their very own movie car, you could expect costs of over $400,000 if investing in the real deal. However, for the average driver, these costs aren’t necessarily affordable. But it doesn’t mean that you have to miss out. You could consider purchasing popular on-screen car models, such as a Mercedes-Benz S-Klasse or Ford Mustang. That way, you can still drive a famous movie car, without the price tag of an original.

“If you're thinking of purchasing a new car, costs can vary depending on the make and model. That includes the cost of car insurance. That’s why it’s important to do your research and compare car insurance quotes prior to purchasing your dream movie-star vehicle.”

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