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Arranged alphabetically by film, here are 10 of the unequivocally coolest and most compelling cars to roll across the screen. Another rear-engined, armored gem, the titular Volkswagen Beetle that ate Paris, though not that Paris, is the creation of a small Australian town that forces tourists into car accidents and lobotomizes the survivors. The VW is an inhabitant of an entire town full of bizarre and sometimes spiky vehicles, which makes sense, as the concept sprung from the same country that gave us Mad Max. The Durango 95 horror show that left main man Alex with a nice warm vibrating feeling in his gut was a real car built by car designer brothers Dennis and Peter Adams of Marcos Engineering fame. It stood just 34 inches tall, six inches shorter than a Ford GT40, and was powered by the wee little 1. You know, the same kind most kids drive. Damnation Alley tells the story of a ruined 21st-century America wracked by nuclear war, terrifying storms, supermutants, and one man's dangerous mission to drive from Los Angeles to Albany to save the world.
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You ask how a plot summary can be original research? Well, this one is interpretive -it interprets what happens as well as detailing the whole film. Where does the interpretation come from? Are there any sources for this information except the film I mean - that's a primary source. Spartaz Humbug!
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