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Bluesmobile, Dodge Monaco - 1974 / Fast and Famous #004

The Bluesmobile may not be the Batmobile, but this decommissioned Mount Prospect, Illinois, police cruiser is just as recognizable as Jake and Elwood Blues’ outfits. Born from Saturday Night Live veterans Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi, the sketch resulted in two movies. The Dodge Monaco version was only used in first film; the sequel saw a 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria as the Bluesmobile’s latest incarnation.

The film utilized 13 different cars as the Bluesmobile, all of which were former California Highway Department patrol cars made up to look like Mount Prospect patrol cars. Some of the cars were modified for speed, others for jumps or high-performance maneuvers, depending on the scene. More than 60 old police cars were purchased and used for the film’s many chase scenes—the volume resulting in a 24-hour body shop on set to perform repairs as needed. A world record 103 cars were wrecked during filming.

Legendary custom car designer, fabricator, stuntman, and stunt coordinator—and creator of the Monkeemobile—Dean Jeffries worked on the first movie, saying in Motor Trend, “I worked on The Blues Brothers—we must’ve smashed a couple hundred cars on that one.”

The number of wrecks for Blues Brothers 2000? 104. No better person to surpass you than yourself.

Fast and Famous is a digital crypto art project on the Ethereum Blockchain inspired by and paying tribute to Famous Vehicles throughout history of cinema and video gaming. This collection includes some of the greatest vehicles the world has ever known.

Unlockable Content: High-Res 6400x6400 pixels printable poster included with each collectible token (1/1).

  • #01-20 : 0.01-0.02 ETH
  • #21-40 : ???-??? ETH
  • #41-70 : ???-??? ETH
  • #71-100: ???-??? ETH
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Bluesmobile, Dodge Monaco - 1974 / Fast and Famous #004

The Bluesmobile may not be the Batmobile, but this decommissioned Mount Prospect, Illinois, police cruiser is just as recognizable as Jake and Elwood Blues’ outfits. Born from Saturday Night Live veterans Dan Aykroyd and John Belushi, the sketch resulted in two movies. The Dodge Monaco version was only used in first film; the sequel saw a 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria as the Bluesmobile’s latest incarnation.

The film utilized 13 different cars as the Bluesmobile, all of which were former California Highway Department patrol cars made up to look like Mount Prospect patrol cars. Some of the cars were modified for speed, others for jumps or high-performance maneuvers, depending on the scene. More than 60 old police cars were purchased and used for the film’s many chase scenes—the volume resulting in a 24-hour body shop on set to perform repairs as needed. A world record 103 cars were wrecked during filming.

Legendary custom car designer, fabricator, stuntman, and stunt coordinator—and creator of the Monkeemobile—Dean Jeffries worked on the first movie, saying in Motor Trend, “I worked on The Blues Brothers—we must’ve smashed a couple hundred cars on that one.”

The number of wrecks for Blues Brothers 2000? 104. No better person to surpass you than yourself.

Fast and Famous is a digital crypto art project on the Ethereum Blockchain inspired by and paying tribute to Famous Vehicles throughout history of cinema and video gaming. This collection includes some of the greatest vehicles the world has ever known.

Unlockable Content: High-Res 6400x6400 pixels printable poster included with each collectible token (1/1).

  • #01-20 : 0.01-0.02 ETH
  • #21-40 : ???-??? ETH
  • #41-70 : ???-??? ETH
  • #71-100: ???-??? ETH
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