21. 1966 Alfa Romeo Spider Deutto
Where It’s From: The Graduate  film
Claim to Fame: Benjamin Braddock’s [Dustin Hoffman] 1779 cc, 118hp ride helped distract from the fact that he was banging an older, not-really-that-hot, chick.
22. 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
Where It’s From: Smokey and The Bandit  film
Claim to Fame: The famous 6.6-liter, 200-hp, muscle car that made every little kid want to grow up and be a fearless beer-runner.
23. 1968 Ford Mustang 390 GT
Where It’s From:Bullitt  film
Claim to Fame:Steve McQueen. Bullitt. ‘Nuff said.
24. 1978 Chevrolet Camaro Z28
Where It’s From:Fast Times At Ridgemont High  film
Claim to Fame:Although not an integral part of the movie, Jefferson’s [Forrest Whittaker] 185-horse Camaro Z28 with a 4-barrel upgraded 350 engine was the envy of every kid in the film…and in the audience, for that matter.
25. 1965 AC Shelby Cobra 427
Where It’s From: The Gumball Rally  film
Claim to Fame:Competing against a Mercedes, Porsche, and a Ferrari [my favorite duo], the Cobra was the 485 bhp coupe with a top speed of 180 mph that stole the show.
26. 1966 Chrysler Crown Imperial
Where It’s From: The Green Hornet [1966-1967] television series
Claim to Fame: Known as “Black Beauty”, the Crown Imperial was the Green Hornet’s “rolling arsenal” that featured front and rear mounted laser guns and rocket pods and the silent but deadly [sorry, couldn’t help ourselves] front grill-mounted gas gun.
27. 1983 GMC Vandura [G-1500]
Where It’s From: The A-Team [1983-1987] television series
Claim to Fame:Definetly not for soccer moms, The A-Team’s 350 c.i. V8 van came stocked with a Ruger AC556 fully automatic rifle with folding stock and flash hider firing 5.56x45mm NATO rounds, you know, for personal protection…
28. 1932 Ford Deuce Coupe
Where It’s From: American Graffiti  film
Claim to Fame:The famous piss-yellow hot rod was originally a fully fendered red hot rod with red and white tuck’n’roll upholstery. For the movie, the upholstry was dyed black, but the hot rod’s sexiest feature was under the hood: a growling, souped-up, 1966 Corvette 327 small block engine.
29. 1958 Plymouth Fury
Where It’s From: Christine  film
Claim to Fame: The crazy-jealous 305-hp Golden Commando V8 Plymouth Fury, Christine, took the term “car enthusiast” to a whole new level. Officially listed as a ’58 Plymouth Fury, some Plymouth purists [all 3 of them] have identified certain shots of Christine that cause them to argue the Fury is actually a Belvedere, but since the ’58 Plymouth Fury was essentially the Belvedere with a trim package, we’re not going to split hairs [well, not over a Plymouth anyway].
30. 2009 Chevrolet Camaro Replica
Where It’s From: Transformers  film
Claim to Fame:Autobot scout, “Bumblebee”, begins the movie as a 1977 Camaro, but “transforms” into a 2009 Camaro. In reality, the car used was actually a rebodied Pontiac GTO brilliantly modeled and rebadged to be a dead-ringer for the Camaro concept car that debuted at the North American International Auto Show in 2006.