As the title says post movies with a 63/64 Cadillac.

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Men in Black 3.

1964 DeVille Convertible. Blueish with white interior.

Bad News Bears (original)

64 Convertible with trunk lid removed, full of pool cleaning supplies

Nick Nolte's Car in 48 Hours:

Tin men.

Forrest Gump.

In this clip, at 1:26 seconds in..... :-)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2DXR7Ny1qNE

We have spotlighted a few movie cars in the Newsletters. Here are a few pictures of Rob Simons 64-6239 in X-Men First Class with Jennifer Lawrence and company featured in our February 2014 Newsletter 
The last picture is on the movie set. Many more in the newsletter.

 



Jennifer lawrence would look really good gracing the hood of my coupe!

Not for nothin but Nick Noltes car ---is histerical

How can we Ever Forget ---SCARFACE-- the yellow 63 Convertible with the animal print interior in Miami Beach

I believe, the original scarface 63 in only a couple of hours down the road from me.

At least, that's what I was told, but by a good source.

Fine looki g ride!  I believe he said, whats the matter? Its a cream puff.

I really like the 64 with no trunk lid -( did not see the movie )
With that Trunk --Its the very perfect --luxury Red Neck Pick Up Truck --Who Knew !!!
Talk about leaning something new every day --some days are better than others if you get my drift

Reminds me of the time i bought this large dining room --one piece --very large Credenza( showcase ) for my 1913 Victorian dining room
We brought it home laying accross the 64 de Ville convertible with the top down
When moving from one home to another we would fill up two Cadillacs and make a few trips with stuff we did not want mover to put there hands on
The size of these LARGE cars has come in very handy over many years of ownership

Enjoy

Miami Vice, TV series. Ricardo "Rico" Tubbs (Sonny Crockett's partner) light blue metallic 1964 Deville convertible.

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