People who own movie cars are a different breed. Judging from the two videos on theAFICIONAUTO, a trend seems to be forming among them: they're not interested in cars per se, but more specifically cars that double as movie props.

This new video series hosted by Christopher Rutkowski promises to document the world of movie car owners, which is full of people who are eclectic as the cars they own. The first episode focuses on a man who owns a DeLorean DMC replica Time Machine from Back to the Future, and the second profiles a man who owns a replica Batmobile from 1966's Batman.

Head on below to watch them, and perhaps take some time to read about a Porsche 928 from Risky Business.




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      Chris Rutkowski
      • 1 Year Ago
      hey AUTOBLOG!! thanks for posting about theAFICIONAUTO! everyone, please check out our facebook and instagram at: www.facebook.com/theAFICIONAUTO www.instagram.com/theAFICIONAUTO make suggestions on cars you would like to see!!
      Justin Shaw
      • 1 Year Ago
      I would love to own the Acura NSX from Pulp Fiction
      vi_per
      • 1 Year Ago
      Would love to own a Tumbler.
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        Rade Radakovich
        • 1 Year Ago
        Terry's car is SPOT ON...I spent a few days drooling over it about a year ago. They went frame by frame in the movie to guarantee that colored wires are stacked in the proper order. It's beyond amazing.
      • 1 Year Ago
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      kajohns64
      • 1 Year Ago
      I want a "Breaking Bad" Aztec.
        Chris Rutkowski
        • 1 Year Ago
        @kajohns64
        hahaha I will find one and drive it just for you. just started watching breaking bad myself :)
      zakgee
      • 1 Year Ago
      A guy came into our shop who bought one of the green mustang stunt cars from Tokyo Drift. It had some mystery big block ford motor (not a nissan like in the movie) and it was interesting to drive.
      CadiVetteFerrari
      • 1 Year Ago
      Suggestions: bttf 2 and 3, knight rider, keaton mobile, tumbler, batpod, and boat from thunder in paradise.