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Gone In Sixty Seconds - Jaguar XJ220
When Donnie is stealing the Jaguar before he gets mugged the scene goes to Otto. He is crossing off the XJ220 and calling it Stacy. A couple minutes later, after a Corvette and a Porsche are loaded into containers you can briefly see the Jaguar XJ220 drive by. This is going on while Sway is with Memphis stealing an old Chevy. Like 5 or 10 minutes later Sway pulls up in the same Jaguar XJ220 that drove by the docks earlier, when she was stealing the old pink Chevy, and reports it in as Bernadine.
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jimithing57 writes:
The original slip-up is correct, Otto does cross off the Jag XJ220 when Donnie steals the Jaguar V12, this was not correct. They never show the Jaguar XJ220 being stolen, they show Sway drive it to the loading dock and get out and she says, "I Love that car"
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eleanor_gt_67 writes:
The car sway and memphis steal while the couple is having sex is not a jaguar xj 220. The car is a lamborghini diablo 30th anniversary special edition. If you look closely when sway first squats behind the car you can see the crest with the 30 in it. Later she brings the jaguar xj 220 (bernadene) to the yard.
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fastandfurious writes:
You are way off. I can't believe no one has corrected you yet. The car being stolen when the couple is having sex is a Lamborghini Diablo SE30 Jota. I know this because I work at Paul Spruell Lamborghini & Alfa and have seen a few before. The car comes in only two colors: purple and red. It was an anniversary edition and is somewhat rare.
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emcee writes:
Yeah it is a Lamborghini. My brother has the model of the car mentioned and on the back there is the car's emblem as well as a crest, and if you watch the movie you'll see them both when they first walk by the car.
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whitey writes:
While the couple is having sex, that is a Lamborghini, and Sway does get out of the Jag xj220. Its name is Bernadine, she says, "and Bernadine just took me for a ride." The Lamborghini is purple, and the xj220 is silver
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rangercheat writes:
what pink chevy. its a pink ford thunderbird they short cercuit to steal. right after the steal the cuda with the matching lipstick the steal the xj220 that sway is seen getting after complimenting how "she gave her a wild ride"
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stoik writes:
Actually, Donnie took an older model Jaguar, and not the XJ220. But they did show it driving past, then like 10 minutes later Jolie says it just took her for a ride. I haven't just watched the movie, but she called it by another name.
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jimjob28 writes:
Also, when that kid (can't remember his name) is looking for cars addresses in the insurance database he calls the XJ220, "Tracy".
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Pace10183 writes:
Actually he calls the Hummer Tracy
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The Jeanyus writes:
The XJ220 is the car that Sway and Memphis steal while the couple is having sex. Astrickey never touches this extremely rare, extremely expensive, extremely fast car. It resembles a Lambroghini, but it isn't. I've seen one of these cars in person, and if you research a little, you'll see that it is in fact a rare Jag.
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