HIRE A FAMOUS “STAR CAR” FOR YOUR NEXT EVENT – PERFECT FOR CAR SHOWS, PARADES, GRAND OPENINGS, CHARITY EVENTS, FUND RAISERS, TV & COMMERCIALS, MUSIC VIDEOS, WEDDINGS, PARTIES, PHOTO SHOOTS, ETC.
WHY HIRE A FAMOUS STAR CAR?
•A “STAR CAR” is a huge attraction and is a great way to bring more people to your event! •The cost of hiring a “STAR CAR” all day at your event is considerably cheaper than paying the appearance fee of a celebrity! •We have a professional mobile photography set-up where we print beautiful color photos of your attendees actually sitting behind the wheel of their favorite “STAR CAR” – a great keepsake and a great way to make your event memorable!
MEET OUR STAR CARS:
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THE GENERAL LEE – Continuously voted the most famous STAR CAR in the world, the General Lee was perhaps even more famous then BO, LUKE and DAISY on everyones favorite 80’s TV show THE DUKES OF HAZZARD! There’s no better way to attract a crowd at your event then hitting the General’s horn and letting the unmistakable notes of “Dixie” ring out to let everyone know the party has begun! YEE-HAW!
STARSKY & HUTCH – Nicknamed the “STRIPED TOMATO”, when cops David Starsky and Ken Hutchinson raced through the streets of fictional Bay City, California in this red and white Gran Torino the bad guys never stood a chance!
K.I.T.T. – The Knight Industries Two Thousand (or K.I.T.T. if you prefer) was the unstoppable crime fighting computerized vehicle that was always there to get Michael Knight, played by David Hasselhoff, out of the tough situations he found himself in week after week on KNIGHT RIDER. And yes – our K.I.T.T. talks just like it did on the show!
CHRISTINE – Known to the fans of the John Carpenter movie based on the Steven King novel of the same name, CHRISTINE scared audiences out of their seats as pure evil incarnate in a 1958 Plymouth Fury. CHRISTINE is truly Bad To The Bone, so we suggest not getting on her bad side!
HERBIE THE LOVE BUG – This lovable punch-bug has been thrilling Disney audiences from the 1960’s all the way up to the latest 2005 movie featuring Lindsay Lohan. Just like the movies, when our Herbie gets excited he lets you know by opening and closing his hood, winking his headlights, and turns up his bumper to show you a huge smile. Watch out though, if he’s in a particularly playful mood he may just squirt you with his windshield wipers!
BATMOBILE (1966) – Holy Hotrod Batman! For those who grew up when the original BATMAN series was on TV, or those who grew up watching the subsequent re-runs of this famous TV show – this was the very first BATMOBILE we were exposed to – and for that reason this version will always be “THE” BATMOBILE to the legions of fans of the dark knight!
SMOKEY & THE BANDIT – No other STAR CAR represents a time of pure American film fun than this iconic Pontiac Trans Am! Everyone wanted to be Burt Reynolds when SMOKEY & THE BANDIT hit the big screen, some because of the mustache, some because of the unmistakable laugh, and some because he scored with Sally Field – but all of us wanted to be Burt because of the fun he had racing across the south in this fast and sexy black beauty!
BLUES BROTHERS – If you have a half a pack of cigarettes, it’s dark, you’re wearing sunglasses, and you believe you are on a mission from God – then all you need is the BLUESMOBILE! When you put John Belushi and Dan Akroyd (aka Jake & Elwood Blues) behind the wheel of a retired police car with a screaming 440 big block motor trying to do the lord’s work, all while being chased by the cops – what could go wrong?!?!?!?!
AMERICAN GRAFFITI – “Where were you in ’62?” was the tag line of this coming of age film from famed director George Lucas. This nostalgic story about a bunch of teenage friends who are about to go off to college was set over the course of one unforgettable night in 1962 Southern California. When the character of John Milner cruised onto the screen in his bright canary yellow T-bucket hot rod it was so electrifying it made the neon lights of Mel’s Drive-In seem pale in comparison.
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