Turbo Interceptor

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Re: Turbo Interceptor

Postby escaperoute » Tue Apr 12, 2011 5:12 am

aussie muscle wrote:i'm pretty sure you can see the beige sedan has no engine when it falls off the truck (is it a 72 Dodge monaco?)

Good catch, i noticed that a while back. I don't know about the model of the car, but most of the guts were indeed missing. One of the things i noticed was a large skid plate bolted to the bottom of the car.
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Re: Turbo Interceptor

Postby MFP1 » Sun May 01, 2011 5:28 am

That is a cool scene. Good stunt work throughout this flick, been a longtime favorite. Awesome when they roll Skank and Gutterboys 65 Cuda.
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Re: Turbo Interceptor

Postby escaperoute » Wed Aug 24, 2011 5:51 am

I know it's resurecting the dead, but i wanted to show this off for all of you who were interested.

I took a little trip back to the warehouse about a week and a half ago. The weather in the midwest was so brutal, this summer, that we couldn't a take the car out to play. While we had a break in the heat, we wanted to get the car out in the daylight and do a slow drive by video. Looks totally different in the daylight. We've had a lot of demand for such a video anyway.


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Re: Turbo Interceptor

Postby Bad cop » Thu Aug 25, 2011 7:48 am

I just watched the film for the first time last night (I know, shame on me right) and I loved it. Amazing cars, stunts, crashes, cast, and soundtrack.
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Re: Turbo Interceptor

Postby the armourer » Thu Aug 25, 2011 8:25 am

MFP1 wrote: Awesome when they roll Skank and Gutterboys 65 Cuda.

The Barracuda was a '66.
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