Got a wad of cash, an eBay account and an affinity for movie and TV cars? Well, then you’ll love what E3 Spark Plugs found – a June 8-15 online auction of 20 of Hollywood’s most famous vehicles! Imagine your buddies’ reactions when you roll up in the General Lee or the 1973 F-bomb Camaro that Vin Diesel drove in Fast & Furious 4. Got kids? Be their hero when you score Herbie or the Scooby Doo Mystery Machine.
The Volo Auto Museum in Volo, IL is auctioning off some of the best loved movie and TV vehicles including:
- The Scooby Doo Mystery Machine from Hanna Barbera studio;
- The antique jalopy from the 1993 movie The Beverly Hillbillies;
- The General Lee from Dukes of Hazzard;
- Switchblade, the first car built on Jesse James’ TV show Monster Garage;
- Herbie the Beetle from the 2005 movie Herbie Fully Loaded;
- The Bull and the Monster from the cult science fiction flick Death Race 2000;
- Four vehicles from Fast & Furious 4, including the 1973 F-bomb Camaro Vin Diesel drove in the final scene, the Chevelle that Diesel drove to beat Paul Walker in the “race for the job,” the Infiniti G35 that lost to the Chevelle and the Buick GNX that Diesel drove in the opening scene;
- The Coyote from the 1980s TV series Hardcastle and McCormick;
- The Corvette from Mark Hamill’s Corvette Summer;
- The Detroit police car from Robocop 3;
- The Gotham City police car and Health Ledger’s 18-wheeler from The Dark Knight;
- The Russian GAZ military jeep used by Harrison Ford and Cate Blanchett and a vintage Dodge military truck from Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull;
- The Jeep driven by Nicolas Cage in the 2002 film Windtalkers.
Bidders must have an active eBay account. Volo opted out of setting a reserve (minimum bid), so you’ve got a chance for one heck of a deal. And if you do score one of these movie movers, E3 Spark Plugs wants to know. Leave us a comment and post a pic on the E3 Spark Plugs Facebook fan page. Meanwhile, take a visual ride back in time with this trailer from 1975′s Death Race 2000 starring David Carradine and Sylvester Stallone.