Iconic Movie Car Replicas by Jerry Patrick

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Custom Camaros and Mustangs are a dime dozen. That’s not to say we don’t love them, but these custom replicas of iconic cars from movies is a nice change of pace on the automotive scene.

Georgia based auto enthusiast Jerry Patrick has been building cars for nearly three decades, and he decided that it was time to step away from the norm (customizing classic domestics), and do something a bit off the wall for his local auto shows. Patrick built replicas of KITT from Knight Rider, the Batmobile (from the Tim Burton directed films), The Mystery Machine from Scooby Doo, and Herbie The Love Bug. Patrick did tap one classic car in his Eleanor (1967 Ford Mustang) replica from Gone In 60 Seconds. Patrick has many more builds in the works (including an A-Team van that we can’t wait to see), and yes, all of these can be driven on the road. Check out some photos of the custom builds below, and be sure to watch the video as well. [Via]

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