1969 Dodge Charger – The Dukes of Hazzard (1979-1985)
While the Confederate flag is a little controversial, it was a symbol of Southern pride that was worn on the roof of the classic orange “General Lee” that was known for a number of impressive stunts that the boys were always up to again. It was named after the Civil War general from the Civil War that has seen replicas recently sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars.
1968 Mustang GT 390 – Bullitt (1968)
Steve McQueen had a knack for making any car he drove to be that much cooler, especially during a chase scene through the streets of San Francisco, Calif., that provided a number of heart stopping moments. This specific Mustang is considered one of the best in movie history.
1964 Aston Martin DB5 Vantage – Goldfinger (1964)
One of the earliest cars people wanted from the movies was the gold-colored car that was owned by one of the most popular James Bond villains in Goldfinger; it was one of the original 007 supercars that would see a restoration in the 2015 film Spectre. This car had everything a spy enthusiast would want – ejector seats, smoke screens, oil slicks and a map screen.