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Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

21165649113_517e07c7c9_b Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974)

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Four decades on, Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry still gets your blood pumping with its endless action and realistic stunts. The plot revolves around three characters — Larry and Derek, two NASCAR drivers looking to build a faster car, and Mary, who is mad at Larry for running off after a one- night-stand. They get their cash, but law enforcement is hot on their trail. The trio drive around in an Impala SS, then later swap it for a big-block Dodge Charger (after all, the cops have Dodge Polara 440s). Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry is a fast-paced thriller.

Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974)

The Transporter (2002)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

maxresdefault-2 The Transporter (2002)

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Jason Statham plays the protagonist, a brutally punctual driver who will transport anything, no questions asked. That is, until he finally breaks one of his own rules and opens his trunk. The Transporter relies on action scenes more than a plot to impress you. Some of the stunts are highly imaginative and outlandish. But once you take off the Men In Black sunglasses and get over the Hollywood-ness of the action, Corey Yuen’s direction and Statham’s self-executed stunts and gravelly British accent stand out. In the movie, Statham’s E38 BMW 7 Series has a manual transmission. It’s a one-off, since the V12-powered 750i was sold exclusively with an automatic.

The Transporter (2002)

The Italian Job (1969)

Do you remember the last time you had to sit through a gruelling hour and a half of bad cinema just because it was a movie about cars? Gearheads are often denied the simple pleasures of a good story and compelling performances. Yet, there are tales of glorious cars and legendary drivers littered throughout the history of motorsport. Following are tales of ambition, passion and tragedy, which artfully demonstrate the love of man and machine.

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Witty and proud, the original The Italian Job is a quintessentially British film, a true classic. Michael Caine plays Charlie Croker, our villain who conspires to avenge the death of his friend by executing his plans to rob $4 million worth of gold in Turin. His co-conspirators are a myriad of colourful people who are all seemingly inept to pull off the heist. The Italian Job is underhanded and adventurous with its humor and has some memorable, iconic dialogue. Watch it for the car chases with three diminutive Minis, the intro with the Lamborghini Miura, and the numerous forms of British pride.

The Italian Job (1969)
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