The 6 Most Popular Cars on TV
Recycling Glass From CarsYou always see the strangest cars that are associated with the Reaper in the entertainment industry. Often they are old cars, rare cars and, in some instances, sports cars that the general population cannot afford. So what are some examples that could fit the profile of a Reaper?Talbot Lago - 1937The Talbot Lago has so many smooth sides that it looks like the kind of car that can just glide through the streets. People will make a path on the road just to let this car pass by. With such a long front, who wouldn't mistake this car for something that belongs to a strange entity?Rolls Royce Phantom - 1925The body of the car looks like it's shaped to pass through any condition. With a shark fin on the back of the car it truly does seem like the mean machine the Reaper would want to drive. Classic cars always get chosen for the strangest of tasks.Morgan Aero 8 - 2000It's strange to think that this specific car is from this era. The original styles of the popular Morgans were from the Post War era. It's known as a sports car in some regions because of the power it has. Now a collectors' car with a rich vibe to it, it can definitely pass off as the car of the Reaper.Rolls Royce Ghost - 2010This may be a modern, high status car but it can make for a great version of transportation for the strange Halloween figure. Make this a black car with silver trimmings and you have an idea for what the Reaper may drive.To decorate any of these cars to make for a sophisticated character you could use trimmings along the edges and the tyres should be silver for a bit of a glimmer on the roads. The body of the car should be black. Matte black is also a good option as it gives the impression of wealth and elegance. The wheels should have many spokes to give a noticeable effect so that a person knows when the Reaper approaches.In the entertainment and costume world, these cars could really complete the whole profile of the Reaper character and it could give him a distinctive personality. Although, they may seem old and worthy of being stored in a collection garage, they could definitely rock the streets on the night of a Halloween party. Cars get their reputations from being seen on TV. Some of the cars might have impossible capabilities and this is what makes them so interesting.Chevy Impala in Supernatural - this car was known as the Winchester vehicle. It is definitely a highlighted car on anyone's list. Although the car is incredibly heavy and slower than most cars today, it was still one of the most iconic cars that have been seen on television.The Batmobile in The Dark Knight - Can you imagine a car like this on the roads? It might be perfect for the crime fighters in our countries but imagine how much maintenance it would need after a good crime fighting session? The Batmobile was equipped with all sorts of features and we see that it had the ability to fly too. Was it jet fuel or regular petrol?The DeLorean in Back to the Future - This was the time travelling machine of the television world. At first, we saw that it could only drive but in the next two movies, the DeLorean could fly in and out of the future. It would be amazing if we could change the year we were in with a little bit of lightning and speed.The Cadillac Ecto-1 in Ghostbusters - When this car was seen on the streets of New York, it meant that the Ghostbusters were here to save the city from a problematic ghost. With all those devices attached, they were safe wherever they went. Until they had to recharge their equipment.The Mystery Machine in Scooby-Doo - Originally, Scooby-Doo was an animated TV series for children. With the live action reboot we were able to reimagine the van as a real car. The cartoon series always had a human behind the mask but in the first live action reboot we saw a small talking puppy as the bad guy controlling odd entities.Mutt Cutts Van in Dumb and Dumber - Although, it was quite a dumb movie with funny moments, one of the most noticeable features was the van that the two main characters drove. The whole car was covered in faux fur material. The sides had what looked like dog ears and legs that were moveable. The front of the car had the face of a dog. This van didn't look too stable and the brakes didn't seem entirely safe too. What a lot of money spent on something that is probably difficult to clean.Other famous cars that are popular includes the sports cars in The Transporter, Fast and Furious, and Iron Man. The most stunning cars in the movies made us feel like we could do anything. Their skills and braking abilities were excellent. But could you imagine how often these cars would have had to go for mechanical and brake repairs.