Top cars of the 1980s
Some of the best cars from the 80's - I hope you have the wallet for it though as these cars are only appreciating each year - buy one now!! read more...
Everyone remembers this movie for the Audi S8, but the humble Peugeot steals all the best chase scenes as it races after a BMW 5 series through the streets of Paris driven by Robert De Niro.
Driven by Jackie Chan and Richard Kiel;
We first see the Starion dropping out an airplane on the highway. It’s jammed full of electronic wizardry; it can levitate, go underwater, and has rocket boosters. It’s basically KITT from Knight Rider without the backchat.
Ryan O’Neal proves he can drive by destroying an innocent Mercedes in a car park – well it was a beauty beforehand!
This lengthy chase shows American suspension at its best as it bounces and undulates along New York streets. Roy Schneider’s Pontiac Ventura pursues stunt driver Bill Hickman’s Pontiac Grand Ville to an unexpected end.
Driven by the scary bionic-armed Mr. Igoe, the shark-nosed BMW is the perfect villain’s car. Just the thing to chase down a scientist on a bike.
Seen in the opening chase scene of the classic Australian road movie, it doesn’t last long but the Night Rider’s stolen Holden is almost every bit as mean as Max’s Ford Falcon.
John Wayne chasing an S-Type Jaguar through the streets of London in a bright yellow Mk2 Capri and jumping Tower Bridge. Yes, you did read that correctly, in fact take a look!
Sylvester Stallone’s Cadillac was chased through the streets by a XJ12 Jaguar. The best part of an otherwise unremarkable remake.
This mean looking rig is the star villain in Steven Spielberg’s first feature film as it frighteningly stalks a Plymouth Valiant through the California desert. (Huge Killer Rigs not for sale on Carsnip!)