Movie Car Flashback: 1965 Chrysler Imperial Crown stars in “The Green Hornet”

1965 Chrysler Imperial Crown Green Hornet car

“The Green Hornet,” released in 2011, was inspired by a classic television show from the 1960s, though it was just a decent film. It starred Seth Rogen, though the real star was the tricked out 1965 Chrysler Imperial Crown known as Black Beauty. You can see from the photos and the videos below how this badass classic cruiser would steal the film.

This article from Popular Mechanics gives us some more background. They originally thought they would have to find a new car for the film but then realized they couldn’t come up with anything as cool as the original version. Check out the article to see how they pulled it off.

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C7 Z06 Corvette – Everyone Loves Burnouts!!

If you love real sports cars, then you gotta love burnouts!


A Ford Mustang Station Wagon?

No, a Ford Mustang station wagon never happened, but this was rejected in 1966. Read more about the fabled project here.


Auto Safety Features to Look Forward To in 2019


Whether you’re looking to trade-in your vehicle, lease one, or buy a new car, there are some exciting and innovative features on the horizon for many cars that are manufactured in 2019. While more automakers will be offering convenient tech features like wireless Wi-Fi connectivity or wireless charging options, even more will be improving their safety features.

From compact cars to SUVs, safety features not only help to protect drivers and passengers but many of today’s features are designed to prevent accidents in the first place. Even though there are many contributing factors in vehicle accidents, human error is responsible for a significant amount of accidents; safety features can help reduce driver error.

Some Safety Features to Check Out In The New Year

Auto manufacturers release specific safety features at different times. While luxury vehicles may provide newer safety features before other makes and models of vehicles, it’s only matter of time before we’re likely to see a wide array of top-of-line safety features in all new vehicles.

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Hanging Around The Garage


When you enter your garage, you don’t want to see tools all over the counters or on the floor and nuts and bolts everywhere. Fortunately, there are a few ways that you can organize your garage so that there is order to it no matter what you’re fixing or putting together. A garage cabinet is among the easiest options for organization. Since cabinets come in a range of sizes, you can find the ones that are large enough for all of the tools that you use and for all of the items that you need to store that you don’t want to keep inside your home. Tall cabinets with shelves are an option to consider for lawn tools that you don’t want to get knocked over or for clothing that you want to wear while working in the garage. Make sure you label the outside of the cabinets so that you know what is in each one instead of searching through all of them to find what you need.

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