This iconic 1974 Dodge Monaco is known as the “Bluesmobile” made famous in the major motion filmThe Blues Brothers. Co-writer and lead actor Dan Ackroyd admitted he chose this 440 Dodge Monaco model because he “considered it to be the hottest car used by police during the 1970s.”
This muscle car is best known to fans as “The General Lee.” Its title was given to this 1969 Dodge Charger in the television series The Dukes of Hazard. It encompasses the distinguishing features such as a confederate battle flag located on the roof. The popular series featured characters Bo and Luke always entering the vehicle by jumping through the windows of “The General.”
This uniquely shaped vehicle is none other than The Batmobile. It’s a fictional automobile that is stored inside the “bat cave” in the movie. The Batmobile is driven by Batman himself and uses it to his advantage when engaged in crime-fighting activity.
Sonic the Hedgehog was played on the Sega video game console. It was a high-speed video game centering on the main hedgehog character with super sonic speed.
The moment Arnold Schwarzenegger announced himself to the world. The strongman spent years in the gym working on his physique to become Mr. Olympia, and this was his reward, to be flexing in a room filled with art enthusiasts.
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