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I vaguely remember that from somewhere in the cobwebbed recesses...

Oh, and wtf?

Deathproof is on HBO, now there's a classic!

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Without clicking I am guessing The Charlie Sheen classic The Wraith.

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If you look closely at the front of the car you can see the Mopar emblem.
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I kinda remember that...never saw it all the way through.

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Without clicking I am guessing The Charlie Sheen classic The Wraith.
Bingo! charlie sheen movies rock! Another classic i've seen about a thousand times,also staring the incredibly sexy Linda Fiorentino.






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can anyone say lowering springs?

i remember that vividly, and if i remember correctly, that came out right after Knight Rider

I was right.. knight rider ran from 82-86 and the wraith came out in 86


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The black car featured in the movie was a real-life technological wonder, the Dodge M4S. A joint effort of the Dodge Division of Chrysler Motors and PPG Industries, one of the highly sophisticated PPG Pace Cars for the PPG-CART Indy Car World Series. The M4S was designed and constructed at an estimated cost of $1.5 million, and featured performance and technology to match that lofty figure. The innovative body design was developed in the Chrysler studios, while PPG developed the finish--a special bronze pearl paint job formulated just for this car. The M4S was powered by a Chrysler 2.2-liter four-cylinder one-of-a-kind engine that exceeded 194 mph. According to 'Gary Hellerstein' , transportation coordinator for this film, a total of seven versions of the M4S were needed for filming. The original, on loan from Dodge, was used for close-ups and details. Two more "drivers", consisting of perfectly detailed bodies on dune buggy chassis, were used for stunt driving chores. There were four "shells", empty bodies on bare, towable frames, that were sacrificed in various crash scenes.
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