Most Famous Movie Cars and Their Values in Real-Life

Most Famous Movie Cars and Their Values in Real-Life

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Check out here the list of the Most Famous Movie Cars and Their Values in Real-Life.

Sometimes, a movie actor plays many roles with the most famous and high-cost-based car during the movie. You might have seen that movie actor perform their prominent and lead roles with the most famous cars. Also, movie directors include car-based seen in their movies to make impressive and audience-friendly movies. Do you know about the real-life cost of cars used by movie actors? Follow the list of the most famous movie cars with their values in real life.

Due to the high status of movie cars, these famous cars have commended thousands, if not millions, when these movie cars sell at auction.

Let’s look at the most famous movie cars and their real-life values.

James Bond's Aston Martin DB5

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Aston Martin DB5 is one of the most iconic spy cars in the world. Sold in 2019 for a record-setting $6.4 million, the Aston Martin DB5 is a British grand tourer (GT) produced by Aston Martin. The car became the most famous car due to its use by James Bond in Goldfinger in 1964. Also, the car includes some spy gadgets, including extendable ramming bumpers, a bulletproof shield, a smokescreen, and rotating license plates, all of which work.

‘Batman’ Batmobile

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This is the most famous car due to its use by Batman Adam West to fight crime. There are several Batmobiles, but the original from 1966 remains the most famous car. This car is a 1955 Ford Lincoln Futura built in Italy. Purchased in 1965 by legendary car customizer George Barris, this car will find you in the Hollywood Stars Cars Museum in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. According to the source, it sold for a record-setting $4.62 million, which makes it the second most famous car in the world.

'Bullitt' Ford Mustang GT

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This car is another famous car due to its driver, Steve McQueen, and its legendary car-chase scenes in the 1968 film "Bullit." After filming, this car was sold to Warner Bros. employee Robert Ross, who sold it to a New Jersey police detective.

Robert Kiernan of Madison purchased it from a New Jersey police detective for just $6,000 in the early 1970s. After the Robert Kiernan of Madison died in 2014, the car sold for another record-setting $3.7 million in 2020.

'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' Chitty Chitty Car

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Chitty Car is a famous car due to its use in a movie. Six cars were made for this 1968 children’s classic, but only one was drivable and intact. Ken Adam, the film production designer, and sculptor Frederick Rowland Emett created the full Chitty to use in their movie. Based on Ford 3000 Essex V6 engine, the car was built in 1974 by Alan Mann Racing.

The car sold in 2011 for just $805,000, to "Lord of the Rings" director Peter Jackson.

Hell's Chariot from 'Grease'

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Hell's Chariot is another famous car due to use in a movie. It was the infamous 1949 Mercury hotrod due to its use in Thunder Road drag race in the Los Angeles River Basin. Firstly, this car was driven by Leo “Craterface” Balmundo (Dennis Stewart) in the Greased Lightning movie in 1971. This car carries a pre-auction estimate of $600,000 to $750,000. Now it is the most famous car in the world.

'Back to the Future' DeLorean DMC-12

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DeLorean DMC-12 is a famous car due to its use in the "Back to the Future” movie in 1985. It was just a car’s flux capacitor that made it that way. This car made a total of seven times machines for the movie. In 2011, it sold for just $541,000 at auction to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research.

Most Famous Movie Cars and Their Values in Real-Life