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Top 10 Greatest Movie Cars Of All Time

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So, you just got your license. What now? Time to get a car, hopefully. There’s nothing more fun than daydreaming about your first car. So many factors to consider! What color will it be? Will the seats be leather or cloth? Will it really help you get more dates? While you’re waiting in car limbo, it doesn’t hurt to turn toward the ultimate source of vehicular awesomeness for comfort and guidance: movies. Movies are the source of so many dream cars we can hardly keep count. Still, we managed to pick out a few faves. Check out our Top 10 greatest movie cars and pray that your first car lives up to the greatness!

1. The Delorean, Back to the Future (1985)

Back to the Future Um, it can TIME TRAVEL. ‘Nuff said.

2. The Batmobile, The Dark Knight (2008)

Bat Mobile Though several versions of the batmobile came before it, the Batmobile Tumbler from Batman Begins and The Dark Knight is 100% the most amazing version.

3. Lightning McQueen, Cars (2006)

Disney Cars Never thought it was possible to have the hots for a cartoon car, and yet…

4. 1970 Dodge Charger, Fast and the Furious (2001)

Fast n Furious No wonder they made so many of these movies.

5. The Gigahorse, Mad Max: Fury Road (2015)

Gigahorse So awesome, yet so truly terrifying.

6. Greased Lightning, Grease (1978)

Grease 13/10 would sing and dance on top of this car anytime.

7. The Mystery Machine, Scooby Doo (1969 - Present)

The Mystery Machine Who cares if you’re constantly in danger if you get to drive this sweet, sweet van?

8. 1976 VW Camper Van, Little Miss Sunshine (2006)

Little Miss Sunshine Two groovy vans in a row? Don’t mind if I do.

9. Mutt Cuts van, Dumb & Dumber (1994)

Mutt Cutts Who’s a good car?? You’re a good car!

10. The Ecto-1, Ghostbusters (1984-Present)

Ecto Whether you prefer the original or the reboot, there’s not denying this car is bad ass.

There you have ‘em. Let us know which was your favorite!

Krista Doyle