Everyone loves movie cars. Everyone has their favorite movie car they want to buy. We often have these types of cars for sale. Sometimes theses speciality cars are screen used, sometimes they are fan made replica movie cars. If you don't see your dream car for sale, keep checking back, the selection changes fre...quently.
Major motion pictures can carve indelible images into our memories, and there are a number of cars that have either become classics, or had their reputations enhanced, due to appearing in a movie. Cars like the DeLorean DMC-12 from the Back to the Future movies, the 1958 Plymouth Fury that had the title role in the Stephen King film Christine, and 1977 Pontiac Trans Am that was driven by Burt Reynolds in the Smokey and the Bandit films have become larger than life. Sometimes movie cars become a symbol of the movie itself, like the 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor Ambulance from the 1982 movie Ghostbusters.
Of course, the specific specimens that appeared in these films are extraordinarily valuable, and you just might see one of them listed here on FossilCars.com. But the mere fact that, for instance, the 1958 Fury is the "Christine car" makes any '58 Fury just that much more interesting to collectors. Someone who has a 1974 Dodge Monaco police car for sale may find they they get more interest when they point out the fact that this was the famous "Bluesmobile" from the classic Blues Brothers film featuring Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi.
Here are FossilCars.com we provide buyers and sellers of movie cars with a place where they can connect, and we invite you to check back often because we are always adding vehicles fresh, and some of them have been immortalized on the silver screen, adding to their collectible value.
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