#10. 1966 Ford Thunderbird
Thelma & Louise (1991)
This 1966 Ford Thunderbird is more than just Louise’s car, it’s a way out of her unhappy life.
To Louise the ’66 T-Bird represents something she’s never had, something she and her best friend, Thelma will stop at nothing to find… Freedom.
The 1966 Ford Thunderbird symbolizes the sort of carefree, rebellious life the two women so desperately want and eventually find, but by that point their past mistakes begin to catch up with them, leaving the two women with a huge decision to make.
#9. 1969 Chevrolet El Camino
The Mexican (2001)
The 2001 movie The Mexican, is an unconventional road trip movie, but instead of sightseeing you’re forced to head to Mexico to pick up a “cursed” gun and bring it back his boss, who just so happens to be head of the mob.
Needless to say, everything starts to go downhill once Jerry has the “cursed” gun in his possession.
#8. 1962 Volkswagen Beetle
The Love Bug (1968)
There’s not much to say about The Love Bug that hasn’t already been said before. It’s a classic, family friendly story about a man and his car which he has named, Herbie.
Herbie is not just your run-of-the-mill Beetle though, he is magical and that proves to be both a good and bad thing for everyone involved.