Find your favorite automotive celebrity at these American museums.
1. Batmobile – Batman 1989
Based on the 1967 Chevrolet Impala platform, the 1989 Batmobile featured a Chevrolet V8 engine, and Rolls-Royce jet engine components for the hood air intake. This particular vehicle was one of five licensed by the studio for promotional purposes.
Find it at the Petersen Automotive Museum, in Los Angeles, California. petersen.org
2. Trunkmobile – The Flintstones
With two rollers to move, wood everywhere and tarps to protect itself from the weather, the Troncomóvil came to life in The Flintstones. If you’re a fan of this prehistoric car, you can find the 1994 movie version at the LeMay – America’s Car Museum in Tacoma, Washington. americascarmuseum.org
3. 1974 Cadillac Fleetwood – Elvis
In Reno, Nevada, you’ll discover an amazing collection that includes celebrity cars and vehicles that have appeared in movies. Cars that belonged to Hollywood stars, like the white 1974 Cadillac Fleetwood that took Elvis on his wildest rides.
Find it at the National Automobile Museum, in Reno, Nevada. automuseum.org
4. Mach 5 – Speed Racer
The famous Mach 5 that was driven by Speed Racer in the television series, built and designed by “Pops Racer,” is on display. This car features a sleek, aerodynamic body designed to offer optimal performance on the road. You can visit it at the National Automobile Museum, in Reno, Nevada automuseum.org
5. Ecto-1 – Ghostbusters
Famously known as the “Ectomovil” or “Ecto-1”, this vehicle was used by the ghost hunting team on their missions. The original car from the 1984 film is located in Los Angeles, California, inside the Petersen Automotive Museum. petersen.org
6. Aston Martin DB5 – James Bond, Goldfinger
The silver Aston Martin DB5, driven by Sean Connery in his role as 007 in the iconic film Goldfinger (1965), is one of the most classic cars for fans of action and espionage.
Inside the Orlando Auto Museum, in Orlando, Florida orlandoautomuseum.com you can find one of the largest and most impressive James Bond collections.
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