Re: RIP Carroll Shelby- Designer of Gunsmith Cats' car
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The 1984-1985 cartoon series "Pole Position" featured a 1960s era red Mustang named "Wheels" that had a computer monitor face that talked back to its driver who was special agent Tess Darrett. The Mustang can sprout wings and switch to hovercraft mode. Based loosely on the video game.
Hardboiled detective "Mike Hammer" (Stacy Keach) drove a vintage 1965 Mustang while investigating crime cases in the 1980s "Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer" series.
And of course, San Francisco police detective Frank Bullitt (Steve McQueen) drove a Mustang in one of the best car chases ever filmed in the film "Bullitt".
"Don't chew gum on camera. Don't whistle. You may kiss Bob Barker but please don't kill him." -announcer Johnny Olson briefing the audience of potential contestants for "The Price is Right"
(This post was edited by artytoons on May 16, 2012, 8:22 PM)