Category Archives: Movies & TV

My Mother The Car

  Some say that it’s the worst television sitcom ever. Some say it’s the worst television show period ever. Maybe that’s why people remember Jack Benny’s Maxwell touring car and nobody remembers Jerry Van Dyke’s 1928 Porter (a fictional brand … Continue reading

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Viper: The TV Series

I was watching a video on the history of the Viper and it mentioned that the Viper was the star of its own tv series that ran for four years. Hmmm. I had a vague recollection of a Knight Rider … Continue reading

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An Even Faker Ectomobile Replica

To view the entire photo gallery in your choice of 2D or stereo 3D formats, click here for a Flash player or here for an HTML applet To expand on Marty’s question about a not quite authentic replica of the … Continue reading

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Would The Real Movie Car Replica Please Drive Forward

Hollywood is all about illusion.  Even before CGI, which allows us to see modern footage of the Titanic pulling out of Southampton, movie makers used visual sleight of hand to make us believe in things that weren’t real.  The Batmobile … Continue reading

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Speed TV’s Car Warriors is a Joke

Last year Speed TV premiered a show called Car Warriors, a reality show that pitted two teams in a 72 hour custom car build off starting with identical special interest cars. A new team of challengers from a custom/tuning shop … Continue reading

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Cars 2 Trailer in 3D

Start the video, then pause. Click on the 3D icon on the YouTube player menu bar to select 2D or your choice of 3D formats. Artistic and political correctness (the sequel has gotten mixed reviews and the villain of Cars … Continue reading

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