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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old May 2nd, 17, 10:30 AM Thread Starter
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https://youtu.be/YKikNKQ2QD4

This is a car chase video. See if you can spot any errors. Bet you won't catch it.


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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old May 2nd, 17, 10:45 AM
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68 to 70.
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They must have needed 2 cars because they broke them, they certainly didn't have a stunt car and a hero car... beat the hell out of both.

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68 to 70.
Lol, I can't believe you guessed it.

Who would do such a thing?

66 to 67, 68 to 69 or 71 to 72...but not 68 to 70


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The mistake was that someone thought this was a good idea and no one spoke up to stop them.

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I can't remember which tv shows now, but back in the '70s there were plenty of errors like that.

In one, a '63 Impala went in the paint booth and an hour later came out a '64!

And in another, a '64 Impala hardtop being chased went off a cliff as a ragtop '63!


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That was ridiculous lol. It's like airplane scenes in movies. They're always showing people getting in one type and out of a different one.
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I remember as a kid watching an episode of "Nash Bridges" where the 'cuda was getting chased around a parking lot by a monster-truck. The monster truck kept changing back and forth from a 71-72 Chevy to an 80s Ford.

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I remember as a kid watching an episode of "Nash Bridges" where the 'cuda was getting chased around a parking lot by a monster-truck. The monster truck kept changing back and forth from a 71-72 Chevy to an 80s Ford.
The day chevy's change into fords is the day I stop watching TV lol.


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The day chevy's change into fords is the day I stop watching TV lol.
What about a 70 Challenger into a 69 Camaro? That switch was made in the movie Vanishing Point when the main character crashed into the bulldozers at the end of the movie.

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What about a 70 Challenger into a 69 Camaro? That switch was made in the movie Vanishing Point when the main character crashed into the bulldozers at the end of the movie.

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Hmm, that's a good one, but those Chrysler cars gave the Chevy's a run for their money...


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The Challengers used for that movie were only borrowed from Chrysler, they had to promise to return them after filming. Thus, they couldn't really crash one of them.... (super low budget film). I don't think the Camaro was even white....

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This is one of my favorite goofs. The car starts out as a 71 4 door Chevelle, then magically becomes a 2 door Dodge dart when it leaves the alley.
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Now that's some fast customizing!

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I almost stopped watching after the 68 turned into a 70. And back. And back. And back. Sacrilege!!!

But after the punk gets his nose chain yanked out.........somehow I knew that was gonna happen.....

Just had to watch the whole thing.

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