Scooby-Doo's Mystery Machine, Herbie and Indiana Jones' truck up for grabs as Hollywood cars are auctioned off to fans
Last updated at 3:52 AM on 8th May 2011
With some covered in dents and rust, others barely roadworthy or driven at break-neck speed in perilous conditions, these vehicles might not sell in a normal auction.
But they are no ordinary cars - for while they might not have made it onto the credits, these vehicles had starring roles in Hollywood movies.
Now fans can own a piece of transport history, with an auction of dozens of vehicles made famous by their roles on the big screen.
Ghost hunting, anyone? Scooby-Doo's Mystery Machine from the 2002 movie is being sold off by Hanna Barberra Studios in an online auction of Hollywood vehicles
No reserve: Fans can bid online on vehicles including the VW Beetle driven by Lindsay Lohan in the 2005 movie Herbie: Fully Loaded
The prop cars up for sale include Scooby-Doo's Mystery Machine, sold off by Hanna Barberra Studios, makers of the 2002 film starring Freddie Prince Junior and Sarah Michelle Gellar.
The Herbie from the 2005 movie Herbie: Fully Loaded is also for sale. The white VW original Beetle was driven by Lindsay Lohan in the film.
And fans of Batman have a choice of vehicles, from a Gotham City Police Car to Heath Ledger's 18 Wheeler from the film Dark Knight.
From the 1993 film Beverly Hillbillies comes the Jalopy, complete with luggage and crates loaded on the sides.
Caped crusader: Fans of Batman have a choice of vehicles, from a Gotham City Police Car to Heath Ledger's 18 Wheeler from the film Dark Knight, seen here
In action: The truck is seen in a still from the 2008 film Dark night, which starred Heath Ledger
From more modern films comes a Camaro F-Bomb, Chevelle and a GNX Backwards Driver, all driven by Vin Diesel in The Fast And The Furious.
A Detroit Police Car from Robocop 3and General Lee's car from the Dukes of Hazzard are also for sale.
And there are a selection of vehicles from Indiana Jones, with fans able to purchase a Gaz Military Jeep or a Dodge Military Truck.
Remember this? From the 1993 film Beverly Hillbillies comes the Jalopy, complete with luggage and crates loaded on the sides
as it was: Onscreen, loaded with actors
But while no reserve has been set for the vehicles, fans could find them shelling out a lot of money for the movie memorabilia.
Last year saw the DB5 used by Sean Connery in the Goldfinger and Thunderball movies sold at auction for £2.6million in London.
The vehicles are being sold online from June 8 to 15, by auction website Volocars.com.
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