Updated: May 11
Over the years while researching for my next purchase I have come across many rare, hard to find, prototype MovieRepliCars. I have collected the images to build a small database.
Some of these MovieReplicars are now either hard to find, no longer in production, very rare or only produced as a prototype, in some cases never released to the public.
Apologies for the quality of some images and for the lack of details. If you wish to find out more about any of the replicars mentioned in this article, message us via Facebook and will try to track down the information for you.
This will be released in several parts as there are so many images to showcase. Part I includes replicars from Videos games, to some classic forgotten TV shows.
The Driver San Francisco Collector pack for PS3 from Ubisoft
Released as a promo for the game by Ubisoft back in 2011.
The pack included:
The retail version of the game
Collectable Replica of the 1970 Dodge Challenger Hemi R/T Six Pack
A map of San Francisco with all collectables
3 legendary cars in multiplayer including 1 exclusive: Shelby Cobra 427 - 1966
4 new challenges in single-player including 2 exclusives :
Mass Chase: Escape the whole police
Russian Racers Hills: Race against 3 supercars
- The Driver San Francisco comic book
James Bond Aston Martin V8 from Scarce Western Models
From “The Living Daylights” movie.
"CHiPs" TV series (1977 - 1983)
CHiPs is a drama television series originally aired on NBC from September 15, 1977, to May 1, 1983. It follows the lives of two motorcycle officers of the California Highway Patrol (CHP). The series ran for 139 episodes over six seasons.
Left - Released by Imperial Toys in the late '70s
Right - Unknown manufacturer
Sahara (2005) - Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)
Produced by 21st Century Toys
Baa Baa Black Sheep (1976 - 1978)
Only running for two seasons, the series was based on a collection of misfits and screwballs who became the terrors of the South Pacific. They were known as the Black Sheep."
Revell released this Japanese Zero and the American Corsair (not pictured here) model kits in 1/32 scales.
More images in the following videos
There were too many images to list in this article, more can be seen in the video below.
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