It looks like we're in for another great installment of the Cars franchise. From the trailers above, basically McQueen is having to defend his title. I'd like to point out that the crash is trailer is kinda similar to crash Richard Petty had in the late 80s. That crash almost ended his career. Maybe that's part of the story to come. Who knows maybe The King might make a bigger appearance and give old McQueen some advise. Your thoughts?
This week we're dissecting the trailer for the new sci-fi movie block buster "In Time!" What are we dissecting for? On Screen Cars of course. This trailer is loaded with a number of vehicles from the movie. I took the liberty of snapshoting as many of them as I could. I believe have I identified them well. If there are any corrections let me know! Here's a brief summary of the movie for those of you that haven't seem the film.
"When Will Salas is falsely accused of murder, he must figure out a way, with the help of a beautiful hostage, to bring down a system where time is money -- literally -- enabling the wealthy to live forever while the poor, like Will, have to beg, borrow, and steal enough minutes to make it through another day." -InTimeMovie @ YouTube.
Interesting enough? Check out the full trailer at the bottom of the post.
1972 Dodge Challenger - Enforcement Vehicle - Interesting grill and visor light bar.
1972 Dodge Challenger - Enforcement Vehicle - Ahh multiples! Solid Custom Wheels
1972 Dodge Challenger - Enforcement Vehicle - Custom tail panel reminds me of a 2nd Generation Firebird/Trans Am.
Jaguar E-Type - Too sophisticated for James Bond, but perfect for Will Salas.
1966 Lincoln Continental - Love the rear suicide doors on these cars.
1966 Lincoln Continental