Street racing was practically dead when all-time classic film, "American Graffiti" came out in 1973. The stunning yellow five-window 1932 Ford Coupe made it popular again. Did you know it was also one of Harrison Ford's first appearances on the big screen? Car Movi, Deuc Coup, California Kid, Movi Car, 1932 Ford, American Graffiti, Tv Car, Ford Coup, Hot Rod
Street racing was practically dead when all-time classic film, "American Graffiti" came out in 1973. The original street racer
Hazzard County Sheriffs Car "Dukes of Hazzard"
Chickasaw County Sheriffs car "Duke's of Hazzard"
Boss Hogg's Cadillac "The Dukes of Hazzard"
Oscar Mayer Wienermobile Yes, that's a giant hot dog on wheels. No, you can't eat it. Yes, a handful of civilians — i.e., people who don't work for Oscar Mayer — have driven it, which means that you have a chance, however slim, to get behind the wheel. If you get that chance, take it. Do not look back. You are driving a hot dog the size of a city bus, and in that moment, you are one of the coolest people on the planet. Mini Coopers, Wheel, Wiener Mobil, Weiner, Mobiles, Mayer Wienermobil, Minis, Oscar Mayer, Hot Dogs
Oscar Mayer weinermobile
Batman (Tim Burton) – Customized Body on a Chevy Impala Chassis
Go-cart from The Little Rascals 1994
Batmobile - from Batman and Robin
1970 Plymouth Road Runner "Dukes of Hazzard" (Daisy's car before she got the Jeep, Dixie)