Did you know????
Did you know that for the movie "Cobra",
the production company bought 14 1949-51 Mercurys
to use for the principal car that Stallone drove?
Did you know that in the movie "Trial by
Error" that New Line Cinema rented two 1967
International Scouts for 10 weeks and that they
spent $1600.00 each to paint them so that they
looked old and weathered because they were unable
to find scouts that were in that condition? Did
you know that the production company paid for
nice paint jobs after filming was completed, and
the owners actually ended up getting their
vehicles back in better condition than when they
left, along with a couple thousand in their bank
accounts! Did you know that the owner of the
Airstream trailer used in the movie also pocketed
a couple thousand for a ten week rental!
Did you know that in the film Batman, Robin's
motorcycle was originally slated to be a Vincent
Black Shadow and was later changed during filming
to a Norton. Did you know that not only did the
owner get to meet Chris O'Conner, but he also got
paid to teach Chris how to ride the bike! The
shooting schedule called for the bike to work 2
days in L.A. and 1 day in New York. Warner
Brothers rented the bike for 3 weeks and had it
shipped to New York in an enclosed container.
They also flew the owner to New York. Although he
never got to see his bike on the silver screen,
he was $ richer and has quite a story to tell.
Did you know that American 4 door sedans from the
early 80's to the mid 90's are rented for
productions more than any other group of vehicles.
These vehicles are also often not readily
available from picture car companies because the
owners of these vehicles don't realize the demand
for them! So remember, Hollywood uses vehicles of
all kinds and conditions, and pays for them!
Did you know that for $23.50 you to can join the
1000s of vehicle owners all across the U.S. and
Canada that receive paychecks on a regulatr basis
for having their vehicles star in Feature Films,
TV & Cable Movies, Commercials, Music Videos,
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