Do you ever wonder where Hollywood finds movie cars? The answer is in the view above. Most tv/movie cars are provided by companies like Cinema Vehicle Services. The video above features the company who provided the Gone In 60 Seconds, 1967 Shelby Mustang GT500 aka Eleanor! They have also worked on a number of other production cars as well. They do a lot of custom work to provide world class quality autos for film and tv. However they also do everyday prop cars as well. Prop cars include everything from garbage trucks to police cruisers.
If you would like to learn more about their company, check them on the web at http://www.cinemavehicles.com/. You can also find out more about Fireball Tim, the movie car designer and host of the video at his site: http://www.fireballtim.com/. See ya next time!
Sylvester Stallone was spotted with his new custom Hendricks Camaro SS earlier this month. After dinning with Jason Statham at Ciccones, Stallone showed off his new ride. What's so special about the Hendricks Camaro SS? How's 582 horsepower + extras sound for special? The car is one of 25 built through collaboration project between Hendricks Motorsports and Callaway. This car was featured at the SEMA in late 2009. See the list below for extras. Reports say the limited edition cars are available through Jimmie Johnson and other Hendricks Motorsports dealers. I would say they're all gone by now. Sylvester Stallone, you're a lucky man! We'll keep ya posted on stars and their rides as well, here on On Screen Cars. See ya next time.
Hendrick Motorsports 25th Anniversary Callaway Camaro SS – MSRP: $76,181