The 10 LEGENDARY MUSCLE CARS that Appeared in the Movies!

4). The Interceptor – Australian 1973 Ford Falcon XB GT Coupe from “Mad Max”, 1979

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Another iconic movie muscle car from the legendary motion picture classic “Mad Max” from 1979. Looking from many different angles, this is by far the most modified muscle car in the whole film. This Ford Falcon XB GT Coupewas build especially for the Australian car marketand only 949 units were constructed. Therefore you can probably guess that there is not many of these in the northern hemisphere and they don’t come cheap either. It started as a Mustang originally intended for the US market in 1960, the XB Falcon model has a firm rear axle, pretty much simple body structure and under the hood there is an Australian built 300 horsepower, 351 cubic inch Cleveland pushrod V8 engine and a four speed manual transmission. In the movie, most of the original interior was kept the way it was, but as you can probably guess, the body went through some serious changes like a new design of the nose, rear spoilers, 4 barrel carburetor, Weiand 6-71 supercharger with Scott injector and the Zoomie side pipes. This car is very popular and has a legendary status in its native Australia, therefore people there make lots of replicas of this famous muscle car ..CLICK BELOW ON NEXT PAGE..READ ABOUT THE REST OF THE LEGENDARY MUSCLE CARS..

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9 thoughts on “The 10 LEGENDARY MUSCLE CARS that Appeared in the Movies!

  1. Pritish Singh

    Nive collection,but you forgot Dominic Torreto’s 1970 Dodge Charger RT from Fast and Furious. It was a great hit.

    1. Sandro Boghossian

      I know. and what about the trans am from Smokey and the Bandit?

      1. admin

        I definitely agree Sandro!

  2. D.J. Blanchard

    Frankly I am disappointed in this list. There was no mention of the yellow 73 Mustang from the original “Gone in 60 Seconds”.

  3. What about the yellow 1969 Dodge Charger from Crazy Larry / Dirty Mary? Or the Camaro from Aloha Bobby and Rose? Sheese and you put in the Aston Martin from James Bond? “Come out of it, for crying out loud”.

  4. Matt

    The car from “Gone In 60 Seconds” 2000 is a very nice car, but the movie is full of CGI F/X’s. The original version of the movie from 1974 has a Mustang Mach 1 Fastback, again, a very nice car. This version doesn’t have great actors like Nicolas Cage, in fact the cast is a complete bunch of no-names filmed on a shoe string budget. The Directing isn’t that great either. What it does have is GREAT car chases, the main one being the climax of the movie lasting around 40 minutes! Also all the stunts are just that, stunts. No CGI, just the ability of the cars and the skill of the drivers. The acting isn’t to painful to watch, but the car chases are great. Give it a go.

  5. Juraj Kornhauser

    Come on, Aston Martin is not a muscle car, not even us car.

  6. Cody Delay

    You forgot the doge charger from dukes of hazzerd

  7. juanda

    The 70 Olds 442 in Demolition Man movie…

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