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Cars: Fun Photos

You can find some cool and fun photos of the real life counterpart cars of CARS …

You might be able to find just a little action on eBay for this “lot” of Road Runner’s. 🙂

This would’ve been a cool custom car to see in CARS … “I could swear I parked my Challenger here before I left for college …” Too funny!

Photos from LooneyCars – lots more cool photos.

And of course, some of you probably upgraded your regular Grem to the GT, right? Right? This thing practically screams 67 miles per hour! 🙂

Even older than the FHH …

Gotta love those drum brakes – stomp on ’em and the car might start stopping slowing down ever so slightly real soon … 🙂

Lots of other fun old auto ads at “CoCoNV’s” FLIKR page.


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6 October 2011 Advertising 11 Comments


  • jestrjef says:

    I see a LIME GREEN super wing car a couple times a week as it drives by my school. They are amazing looking cars … though the kid in mewants to use that spoiler as a handle to pick up the car!!! LOL

  • BigMOCats says:

    Glad to see few people on here know a little about real “cars”!! Would like to know the story on the first pic, as in who signed the cars and was it for some type of fundraising auction?

    (MET: Link in post to website where photo came from).

  • Bumper Save says:

    That Grem is only second to the one who cut himself shaving! 🙂

  • I-am-speed says:

    The top photo is a blue Road Runner(Plymouth), but the pink Dodge is a CHARGER, not a second Road Runner.

    The front end of the “van” is a from either a Plymouth Satellite or Road Runner, not a Challenger.

    (MET: I did not know that giant spoiler was available on another car – interesting).

    • Brown Fury says:

      Dodge offered the Charger Daytona in 1969. In 1970 Plymouth offered the (Road Runner) Superbird. Essentially the same vehicle!

      And that “thing” reeks of photoshoped 1971-72 Plymouth Road Runner. The grille and stripes are what gives it away.

    • Tom says:

      The giant wing (a spoiler doesn’t let air pass under it) was part of an “option” package available only so Dodge and Plymouth could use them in NASCAR racing. That was back when race cars had to actually resemble what was available at the dealer. These are referred to as “homologation specials”. These cars were Chrysler’s answer to the Mustang Boss 429, which was also raced in NASCAR.

  • John in Missouri says:

    That green Hemi van looks like some sort of blowfish or something.

  • 5oclockshadow says:

    It should be a crime to turn a Challenger into .. that.

    Love the pink and yellow Road Runner. There is a guy down the road from me that has a red one he tools around in every so often. He has a car museum for a garage with the RR, Yenko Camaro, a Lambo, Ferrari, and about 10 others. Must be nice.

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