Movie producers have played a significant role in advertising cars. Some of the rides are totally worth the attention, while others just needed that extra push to reach greatness.

Posing as stunt cars, the machines are fitted with cages, killer suspension, and stunning finishes that made them fit for the camera. The result? Timeless movies that kick up the adrenaline levels every time.

So, here are some of the crowd’s favourite movie cars of all time.

1984 Customized Ford Econoline aka the shaggin Wagon

This customised 84 appeared in the Dumb and Dumber (1994) movie. It looks like a sheepdog and everything about this movie is just hilarious. But the best part is, it never grows old. It is a perfect way to go back in time and enjoy some old school action!

1961 Ferrari 250 GT California

Ferrari produced only a 100 of these 250 GTs. And Huges had to admit that they only used a real Ferrari for the interior shots while making the Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) because destroying one of these babies was just not an option. This car has got the looks and performance to earn it a place in the world’s most expensive rides of all time.

Fleetwood Bounder

This van has seen and done it all, from evading drug lords to being a mobile meth lab. It is still not the ideal muscle car, but if Sony were to sell the Bounder, it would fetch some pretty good money. Instead, they choose to use it for studio tours.

1977 Ferrari 308 GTS

The 308 GTS wasn’t the first choice of the Magnum P.I. (1980-1988) Producers. They wanted a Porsche instead, but the automaker refused to make a bigger sunroof on the Porsche 928. They later turned to Ferrari who gladly adjusted it to their liking. And Porshe followed suit shortly after seeing the outstanding results.