The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly Of Clint Eastwood’s Car Collection
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Okay it's not bad or ugly, we admit and it will make your day!
Clint Eastwood is 91 years old and has decades of experience in the entertainment industry. This icon has amassed quite a fortune from his work as an actor and film director, composer, and producer, and some of those dollars went into powerful, formidable cars in his collection. Here are some of the highlights of cars that Client Eastwood has heard over the years.
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I want to start with this one because I think it's the most surprising thing. The 1990s muscle SUV is a cool ride, but it doesn't have a very "Hollywood" feel to it, and that's not a bad thing. Respect to Clint Eastwood, who once told Jimmy Fallon about the SUV brother Syclone, another highlight of the 90s.
Ferrari 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer
Clint Eastwood's 1975 Ferrari 365 GT4 Berlinetta Boxer was originally sold in Italy before being imported to the US and purchased by Eastwood in 1977. After buying it, Eastwood had a special roof installed and sold it in 1985. The car eventually ended up in Japan and returned to the US in 2011.
Gran Torino Sport
Clint Eastwood directed and stared in a film of the same name and bought the film's Gran Torino for his collection after the film was packaged. The production company had originally been bought by the production company for the film from eBay.
Lincoln K-series convertible
After playing a man who died of TB at the end of Honkytonk Man, Clint Eastwood bought the film's Lincoln Model-K convertible in 1937. The American classic is powered by a 6.8 liter V12 engine.
Austin Healey 100M
The Austin Healey was the common choice for those with fat purses in the 1950s and 1960s. So it's a strange ball that Clint Eastwood owned. This model earned its name by being able to reach 100 mph - a big deal when it was made. These cars have proven to be sought-after collector's cars in recent years.
Pontiac Trans Am
Eastwood was friends with Burt Reynolds, so in 1977 he owned a Trans Am that mirrored the famous Trans Am from Smokey and the Bandit. No wonder, and it's one of the coolest cars ever. In an interview, Reynolds revealed that he and Reynolds were fired from Universal Studios on the same day.
Reynolds said, "This is a true story, we were both fired the same day at Universal Studios and they told Clint, you know, your Adam's apple is sticking out too far and you are not going to have that tooth repaired, the broken tooth, and..." You speak too slowly. And I said "why are you firing me?" And they said, "You can't act," he says.
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