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These epic movie cars aren’t your average Walmart grocery-getters


#1

Although we’re barely two weeks into 2019, there’s already a solid contender for best commercial of the year. Walmart’s latest ad for their new curbside grocery pickup service essentially takes your entire childhood-movie Hot Wheels collection and brings that big ol’ toybox to life.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/articles/2019/01/10/walmart-movie-car-commercial

#2

The Wagon Queen Family Truckster was actually an “eight eye” eyesore. 4 headlights on each side, undoubtedly so you could prevent others from viewing your monstrosity through the massive glare. haha.


#3

What! No General Lee? Probably viewed as racist while tying Warner Bros hands.


#4

OK, here’s just a few missing from the list:

  • '32 Ford coupe from “American Graffiti” (and the '58 Impala and the chopped '50 Merc and Bob Falfa’s '55 Chevy)
  • '50 Ford from “Thunder Road”
  • '34 Ford coupe from “California Kid”
  • '68 Ford Mustang from “Bullit”
  • '70 Dodge Challenger from “Vanishing Point”
  • '77 Firebird from “Smokey and the Bandit”
  • '60, '61 and '63 Corvettes used in the “Route 66” TV series
  • '74 Dodge Monaco patrol car from “Blues Brother” (“cop motor, cop suspension”)
  • the “Munster Coach” from “The Munsters” TV series (saw it driving in the Hines Road cruise last year)

#5

Ford Falcon XB from Mad Max/Road Warrior!!