Discussion in 'The Champagne Room' started by 70-426_10-SRT, Apr 11, 2019.
O.K. an easy one to start this thread:
THE ENDING OF VANISHING POINT. WERE THE CAMARO HITS THE DOZER AS THEY DIDNT WANT TO SCREW UP THAT CHALLENGER
Yea, too easy, everyone here had better have know that one.
Happens to be my Background at work
Here is a much less seen, Newer movie
(Hint, the car is much better than the movie)
Camaros, unlike Challengers, were a "dime a dozen." The one that crashed into the bulldozer was a derelict 1967 model that was stripped of its engine and transmission. It was towed into the dozer using a quarter mile cable pulled by a 383 Challenger.
In the movie five Challenger R/Ts (four 440, 4-speeds and the 383 tow car) were supplied by Chrysler. The Challenger was selected because of the quality of its torsion bar suspension and horsepower. The only modification was a set of heavy duty shocks for the jump scene.
Everyone knows that Chargers Fly. YeaHa
That one looks like a Bullitt Charger to me.
I wonder if McQueen even bitched why He had to drive the Mustang?
Here is another hint on my 2nd one:
Well that was dumb to post the answer in the picture
O.K. try this one,
and for extra Credit,
What Classic Rock LP had a similar background that they PULLED a couple days after it was released?
Its a 426 4-speed car
O.K. you guys suck at this, or won't admit to watching it:
And to through a little culture into it,
the Extra Credit is Lynyrd Skynyrd's Street Survivor Album
For those who hadn't figured it out yet, it's the
remake of the Classic Vanishing Point.
The thing I H8 about remakes is the BAD HOOKS they try to make back to the original.
But Good Shots of the Engine and the 4-speed but a weird plot twist at the end.
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