The CitroŽn and the Benz were used in Ronin.
Another car I'm rather partial to:
Gary is 100% right. The car chase scenes in Ronin were 100% spectacular. Mainly for the reason they didn't do any insane sort of jumps. The single reason I love that movie is they never reveal what is in that silver case, other than a pair of ice skates.
853-OKG - August 1953 when James Garner was finished with military duty and discharged honorably. OKG - Oaklahoma (his home state) Garner.
1975 Pontiac Firebird Esprit - The Rockford Files. Interesting trivia - the show used the Esprit model, but they were all equipped with Trans-Am 400 Cubic inch V-8s and T/A suspensions - the larger sway bars sometimes visible during filming. Jame Garner was an expert driver and did nearly all the "wheel work" himself much like Paul Newman and Steve McQueen.
The Rockford Files was my all time favorite TV show.
Well, I'm feeling like an idiot for not having a clue on 90% of these cars. So, here's one that more my style. Might throw some of you youngsters for a bit.. Oh who am I kidding, someone will get this in seconds.
The pic is not a still from the show, those were too easy.
All those Ronin pics, and no A8?
'04 Escalade EXT (8/07-?)
'70 Grand Prix Model J (4/09-?)
'95 Roadmaster Estate (4/10-?)
'94 Roadmaster Estate (5/10-?)
'08 DTS Platinum (2/11-?)
'97 Riv S/C ('06-08 and 8/11-?)
'85 Toro Caliente (4/14-?)
'95 Deville Concours ('07-11 and 4/15-?)
'97 Town Car Sig (4/15-?)
'92 Toronado ('95-99)
'99 Grand Prix GTP ('99-02)
'02 Avalanche North Face ('02-04)
'93 Roadmaster ('04-07)
'04 Avalanche Z71 ('04-07)
'00 Eldorado ETC ('08-11)
I'm thinking on the Red Emergency vehicle as: Rescue 8
This movie came out the summer before I started high school. When I saw it, I thought the '70 Charger was the most badass car ever made, especially compared to all the ricer crap in that movie.
Damn, I can't believe this movie is 10 years old now. My how time flies.
This should be a tough one... There are two famous muscle cars in this movie. If nobody guesses this one, I'll post the other.
Joe Dirt. Very disappointing movie for David Spade.
There's so much to laugh at in that F&F race scene. The most obvious - a 1/4 mile race between 2 "10 second" cars lasts 3 minutes. It was just as corny as most of the oldies posted here. However, it was still entertaining to watch. Gotta love the fake wheelie/burnout.
Now here's a blast from the past!Attachment 83994
Clyde Torkel's Limo Driven by Bubba Smith