25 best TV and movie cars ever

We've compiled the most iconic motors to grace the screen. Warning: this much cool may actually hurt

1974 Dodge Monaco (Blues Brothers, 1980)

When you have to pick your brother up from prison, buy a cop car on the cheap, don your dark glasses and hit the road. Sensitive choice, Elwood.

1961 Ferrari 250 GT California (Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, 1986)

Ferris inevitably stole the Ferrari from his dad’s garage on his famously rebellious day. His best mate chucked it out of a large window. Oops.

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1966 Alpha Romeo Spider 1600 (The Graduate, 1967)

Not the worst car to come of age in. Ben’s model runs out of gas at the crucial moment. Surprising, as most Alpha Romeos of this era would have broken down long before they burnt through a tank of petrol.

1977 Ferrari 308 GTS (Magnum PI, 1980-1988)

These Ferraris can’t be bought without at least a one-inch thick moustache. That’s not true, but the fact that this is one of the most recognised and iconic Ferrari road cars is widely accepted.

1989 Ferrari Mondial (Scent of a Woman, 1992)

Al Pacino's Frank Slade drove this Ferrari blind. Luckily it was Ferrari’s most commercially successful model with over 13 years of production, so there were plenty of spares.

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