Can an object really be cursed? That's certainly up for debate, but what isn't is that modern society tends to immortalize cursed objects on the big screen. Alongside the house from The Amityville Horror, it's hard to think up an object with a more disturbing history than the red and white, 1958 Plymouth Fury from Stephen King's Christine.

Christopher Rutkowski, that movie-car loving enthusiast that runs The Aficionauto YouTube channel is apparently willing to risk his soul, though, because his latest video features a 1958 Plymouth Fury Coupe with parts sourced from cars damaged during production of the 1983 film. It's owned by Martin Sanchez, whose story bears a very eerie resemblance to that of Arnold Cunningham.

Scroll down for the video on this gorgeous Plymouth.

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