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The 2007 Car Movies of Cars.com

Which car movie do you think captures the number one spot this year? Will it be the 2006 DeLorean DMC-12, (Back to the Future) or one among the three debutants on this year’s list? Well. As expected, Back to the Future’s DeLorean DMC-12 remained to be on the top spot this year. While six among the top ten cars last year remained to be on the top ten picks.

The three new car movies on the top ten list are the 1977 Pontiac Trans Am (Smokey and the Bandit), 1976 AMC Pacer (Wayne’s World) and a 1932 Ford coupe (American Graffiti). Other car movies remained to be on the list.

Patrick Olsen, the managing editor of the Cars.com, said, “When we came up with our list of Top 10 Movie Cars last summer, we had no idea our readers would be so passionate about their favorite car films. With ‘Transformers’ arriving on the big screen, we revisited our list – listening to last year’s reader feedback – and determined once again which cars deserved to make the top 10. Some cars were able to hold on to their spots, while others were shuffled to make room for more-worthy contenders. With ‘Speed Racer’ hitting the big screen next year, expect another round of evaluation.”
So, stop looking for Ford wheels for a while and take a few time to view the top ten car movies this year. Theautocahnnel.com released the 2007 top ten movies from cars.com. Here, take a quick view on the list:
No. 1: 1981 DeLorean DMC-12, (Back to the Future)
No. 2: 1977 Pontiac Trans Am, (Smokey and the Bandit)
No. 3: 1961 Ferrari 250 GT, (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off)
No. 4: 1964 Aston Martin DB5, (Goldfinger)
No. 5: 1968 Ford Mustang GT 390, (Bullitt)
No. 6: 1976 AMC Pacer, (Wayne’s World)
No. 7: 1932 Ford coupe, (American Graffiti)
No. 8: 1974 Dodge Monaco, (The Blues Brothers)
No. 9: 1959 Cadillac Ambulance, (Ghostbusters)
No. 10: 2003 Mini Cooper S, (The Italian Job)
Other cars on the honorable mentions were 1958 Plymouth Fury, “Christine”, 1973 Ford Falcon, “The Road Warrior” and 1975 Lotus Esprit, “The Spy Who Loved Me”. If there are three new car movies on the list, of course, there are those which landed on the losing end. These were the 1973 Ford Falcon, “The Road Warrior”, the 1958 Plymouth Fury, “Christine” and the Batmobile Tumbler, “Batman Begins”.
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