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Where would the humble Hollywood blockbuster be without a good old car chase? Nowhere, that’s where.

Without the hi-octane thrills and spills provided by the denizens of the automobile industry we’d be left with just dull period dramas about British stately homes and who would want that? Yeah, exactly.

Artist Dean Walton obviously agrees with our car reverence, because he’s designed a series of posters dedicated to his favourite movie cars. The cars range from the Mustang in Steve McQueen classic, Bullitt, to the Aston Martin DB5 in Goldfinger via the Batmobile from, well, the Batman movies.

For more of Walton’s work visit his Mr Shabba shop.

Back to the Future

Batman

Bullitt

Goldfinger

Transformers

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