41. 2003 Mini Cooper S [R53]
Where It’s From: The Italian Job  film
Claim to Fame:These little cars packed supercharged, 1.6L Tritect engines that made for some surprinsingly intense chase scenes.
42. 1967 Ford Shelby GT350
Where It’s From: The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift  film
Claim to Fame: This custom ’68 Mustang made the Top 50 list because it illustrates one of the worst, most tragic custom jobs ever performed on-screen on a Mustang since the birth of motion pictures. Although described as a Shelby Cobra Mustang GT-350 , the ’68-’67 GT350’s and GT500’s all have front grill openings, valences, and hoods that don’t even remotely resemble the “Shelby” in Tokyo Drift. Additionally, although the stunt cars in the movie used the 302 Windsor V8, the storyline of the movie involved swapping the Shelby’s engine with a Nissan RB26DETT. Oh, the humanity.
43. 1979 Ferrari 308 GTS
Where It’s From: Magnum PI [1980-1988] television series
Claim to Fame: The mid-engine V8 Ferrari featured in the original series [replaced later with 1981 and 1984 model years, respectively], the huge popularity of the show coupled with the gorgeous, amazing performance of the 255-hp GTS started a tidal wave of sales for Ferrari in the 80’s.
44. 1955 Lincoln Futura Concept Car
Where It’s From: Batman [1966-1968] television series
Claim to Fame:With Mickey Thompson’s sitting pretty in the back and a Ford Galaxie engine and trans under the hood, the bullet-proof, justice-bringing Batmobile was even cool with Robin riding shotgun.
45. 1975 Mercury Marquis Brougham
Where It’s From: Uncle Buck  film
Claim to Fame: We love Uncle Buck’s Marquis because it’s one of those POS cars that would survive a nuclear Holocaust and apparently thrives on engine sludge the same way a MacLaren thrives on premium fuel.
46. 1964 Lincoln Continental
Where It’s From: Animal House  film
Claim to Fame: The custom job from hell and the college road trip everybody remembers. Well I mean, sort-of remembers..those were some crazy times, man.
47. 2054 Lexus CS
Where It’s From: Minority Report 
Claim to Fame:Lexus’ concept car. When RideLust is nearing pension age, we’ll be seen motoring off to the Social Security Office in this sick, futuristic CS.
48. 1972 Bedford CF
Where It’s From:Scooby-Doo  film
Claim to Fame: The Mystery Machine, the only van on the planet that can give honest competition to the Partridge family’s tour bus in the “Most Psychedelic Van” category.
49. 1921 Oldsmobile Model 46
Where It’s From: The Beverly Hillbillies  film
Claim to Fame:Not an especially well-known ride, and really only lust-able in certain West Virginian circles, the Clampett-mobile makes the Top 50 list simply for the monster truck customizations made by Jethro.
50. 1982 Ford Bronco XLT
Where It’s From: Romancing The Stone  film
Claim to Fame: Pepe “The Mule”, the drug-running 4 x4 with a V8 engine and the apparent ability to score bigger air then the General Lee.