Throughout cinematic history, many cars have appeared on screen. If you've thought about purchasing those cars, you’d be happy to know some of them are actually for sale, and you have the chance to own an iconic vehicle from your favorite film or show.
1988 Pontiac Firebird from Knight Rider
Many people born before the 2000s know of the show Knight Rider and the iconic K.I.T.T., a flashy car with an intelligent A.I. system. The vehicle in the show was a 1988 Pontiac Firebird, with a few modifications to the bumper and the hood to make it stand out to viewers.
As seen in the show, various lights are inside and outside the vehicle for special effects. This car is for sale from $200,000 to $300,000, with only three models made, makings this older yet futuristic car a rare find.
1947 Ford Super Deluxe from The Karate Kid (1984)
Many people are familiar with the vehicle Daniel LaRusso used in the 80s to harness his karate technique. The straight V8 engine gives it a rumble to go along with the 100 horsepower it produces, and it comes in a coupe or convertible form. If you want to buy a classic car from a movie, the original model still drives well and will make a great addition to your collection.
1975 Ford Interceptor from Mad Max
Numerous versions of Mad Max exist, and this vehicle encapsulates the first two adaptations. Only replicas are currently for sale, but they look and drive excellently. The Ford Interceptor has an oversized V8 engine that sticks out to represent the style of machines in this post-apocalyptic film. This vehicle is available at a price estimate of $100,000, less than most vehicles from movies and T.V. shows you can buy.
2015 Chevrolet Fast Attack from Furious 7
This vehicle is one of six built and one of the three still intact by the film's end. A vehicle such as the Fast Attack is great for various terrains and cruising in style. It comes with an LS1 V8 engine for outstanding performance. It's worth noting that the shocks are missing, so you will need to find replacements before driving this vehicle.
1961 Ferrari 250 GT from Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Suppose you want a day like Ferris Bueller; you should drive his classic Ferrari! This vehicle is a California Spider, so you can expect great speed and power behind the wheel. Although you only have the chance to buy replicas, they all have 260 hp and acceleration from 0-60 in six seconds. If you want to improve the appearance, you could add a Ferrari body kit to make it look even more stunning.
Many of us imagine that great vehicles are the cars we see on the big screen. Owning one of these cars is a great opportunity, so if you want to experience what it was like during filming, you can acquire one of these cars and hit the road!