Cars have been used in Bollywood films for quite some time. You must have seen many great cars in Rohit Shetty’s films.
Cars in his films fly in the air. However, in most films cars are used only for walking.
There are many Bollywood movies, in which the best vintage cars have also been used.
Today we will tell you about five such Bollywood films, in which vintage cars were used.
Moving name car (1958): 1928 Ford Model A
Kishore Kumar and his brothers ‘Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi’ is one of the most watched Bollywood films.
The film used a 1928 Ford Model A vintage car, which is now part of the collection.
This vintage car was powered by a 4.4 cylinder, 3.3 liter petrol engine and a 3-speed manual transmission system.
The engine of this car was capable of generating power of 40Ps, which was quite a lot at the time.
Kashmir Ki Kali (1964): 1948 Studbaker Commander Conversible
Sharmila Tagore And the 1948 Studbaker Commander Convertible Vintage Car was used in Shammi Kapoor’s film ‘Kashmir Ki Kali’.
This vintage car was seen in the song ‘Kahin Na Kahin’ from this film, which tells the automobile industry of America and Canada well.
The car was powered by a six cylinder wall in-line petrol engine that generated 94bhp of power at 3,700cc.
The five-seater car was in convertible design.
Jewel Thief (1967): 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
The 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air vintage car was used in Devanand and Tanuja’s film ‘Jewel Thief’.
Let us know that you can see this car in the film song ‘Yeh Dil Na Hota Bechara’.
In the 60s, Chevrolet was very famous in Bollywood and Villain used this vehicle more in films.
This car was given a 4.3 liter V8 petrol engine, which was capable of generating 162Ps of power.
Hathi Mere Saathi (1971): 1958 Chevrolet Impala
Rajesh Khanna And Tanuja’s film ‘Hathi Mere Sathi’ is made on top of elephants, but it also used 1958 Chevrolet Impala vintage car.
This excellent vintage car can be seen in the song ‘Chal Chal Mere Elephant’ from the film.
This car had a 3.9-liter petrol engine and a 3-speed manual transmission.
At that time the Impala car was very popular in India and people were buying this car hands-on.
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011): 1948 Buick Super Convertible
Hrithik Roshan, 1948 Buick super convertible vintage car was used in Farhan Akhtar and Abhay Deol’s film Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.
All three were seen traveling on the roads of Spain with this car. This excellent vintage car is now rarely seen.
This car was given a 4.0 liter petrol engine, which was capable of generating 120bhp of power.
This convertible vintage car was lashed with a 2-speed automatic transmission system.