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Gone In Sixty Seconds - Gt500
Just as Memphis enters the contruction site, the GT500 leaves the ground after going up the small incline, as the the car hits the ground and we cut back into the car, the Mirror moves from the force of the impact, but when they cut back and you see the car driving look at the back of car, just where the hood (boot) and the roof meet. it's buckled and bent. When you next see the GT500, it's fine! This must of been another car they used to do the stunt?
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GiGo on 01-24-2002
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MovieBuff writes:
As in most movies, there is usually a "hero" car and several stunt or prop cars. The hero car is used for the publicity photos and close-up scenes. The others they can afford to scratch and dent for the sake of filmmaking. By the way, the hood of a car is called a "bonnet" in Britain. The "boot" is the trunk.
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