Very interesting topic! I have a few examples to show from films. This is a very good website by the way - IMCDb.org: Home page
NOTE: As far as I know all these films were filmed in the U.S. so it's on topic.
'63 Cortina in original Gone in 60 Seconds (1974) - IMCDb.org: 1963 Ford Consul Cortina MkI in "Gone in 60 Seconds, 1974"
'63 MG in original Gone in 60 Seconds - IMCDb.org: 1963 MG 1100 Sports Sedan MkI [ADO16] in "Gone in 60 Seconds, 1974"
'69 Austin "America" in Dirty Harry: http://www.imcdb.org/vehicle_181883-...DO16-1969.html
'68 Cortina in Starsky & Hutch movie - IMCDb.org: 1968 Ford Cortina Super MkII in "Starsky & Hutch, 2004"
'68 Cortina GT in Christine - IMCDb.org: 1968 Ford Cortina GT MkII in "Christine, 1983"
Morris Minor Convertible in Bullitt - IMCDb.org: 1950 Morris Minor Convertible in "Bullitt, 1968"
Morris Minor in (crappy) Halloweentown High - IMCDb.org: 1962 Morris Minor 1000 in "Halloweentown High, 2004"
And similar (could be same?) one in The World's Fastest Indian: IMCDb.org: 1957 Morris Minor 1000 in "The World's Fastest Indian, 2005"
'49 Anglia in Kight Rider - IMCDb.org: 1949 Ford Anglia [E494A] in "Knight Rider, 1982-1986"
'66 Anglia in music video - IMCDb.org: 1966 Ford Anglia Super [123E] in "Bowling for Soup: The Bitch Song, 2000"
'68 Triumph Herald in Happy Ending - IMCDb.org: 1968 Triumph Herald 13/60 in "The Happy Ending, 1969"
'57 Triumph Estate in It's a mad mad mad mad world - IMCDb.org: 1957 Triumph Estate Wagon in "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World, 1963"
And a Sunbeam Rapier (along with a Fiat) in the same film - IMCDb.org: 1958 Fiat 600  in "It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World, 1963"
Triumph Spitfire in Woodstock - IMCDb.org: 1968 Triumph Spitfire Mk3 in "Woodstock, 1970"
And a few British cars in The Love Bug - IMCDb.org: "The Love Bug, 1968": cars, bikes, trucks and other vehicles
I've been on this site (IMCDB) many times and have seen many shots of old British cars in American films. It's a very good site, check it out!
Last edited by Stay_Metal; 26-11-2011 at 22:23.
^ you'll have Bob after you for revealing one of his picture sources
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Hahahaha great work! Keep them nice old pics coming!
You just couldn't imagine an American buyer putting his money down on a 4 door Standard 8 or Pennant (or whatever it was!)
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