Even though there are many (some, like us, might argue far too many) Americans who are obsessed with celebrities and every infinitesimal thing they do, we doubt there are many folks who wonder “What do celebrities do with their cars when they’re done with them?” The answer, of course, is that they usually sell them, be it to a dealer, friend, relative, agent, publicist or some other member or their inner circle. Sometimes, though, star cars and trucks escape to the real world, and sometimes they show up on eBay. But we can’t remember the last time a star was selling a vehicle on the perennially popular auction website himself or herself. Leave it to one Pamela Anderson (no relation) to be the exception to the rule.
The world’s favorite chesty Canuck is looking to unload her 2007 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged. This white-on-cream SUV is mostly stock, with a supercharged 4.2L V8 (borrowed from corporate sibling Jaguar) under the bonnet and belting out 400hp to a 6-speed automatic transmission and super sophisticated four-wheel-drive system. It won’t win any stoplight grands prix with the likes of a Cayenne Turbo S or Grand Cherokee SRT8, but it’s more than capable of getting out of its own way. Plus it will get over damn near any terrain short of molten lava.
It goes without saying that movies and TV shows can’t happen without the involvement of people, particularly actors and actresses. After all, without the on-camera talent, production crews would just be shooting landscapes.
But many times, thespians are matched up with props to help tell the story and yes, props can include automobiles. Yet in some magnificent, unforgettable instances, cars manage to transcend their status as mere props and, together with the human star or stars that use them, become icons. Here are 20 such actor and machine dream teams.
Cars and music videos go together like peanut butter and banana sandwiches – they may not thrill everyone, but those who love them are die-hard aficionados. Presented below, for your auto-erotic enjoyment, are just a handful of the memorable cars (and the videos that immortalized them) that have graced television screens over the years.
Fresh on the heels of the Women of Perfection model showcase event last weekend comes CAME – The Celebrity and Model Expo. Not to be outdone by the previous extravagancy (in the exact same location), this event featured even more models and non-stop Go Go Dancers on the main stage. Most of the same import models from the car show scene were in attendance with a few new faces and up-and-comers. The babes included Charmaine Glock, Lily Figuera, Raichelle Viado, Layla Lu, Jenny Chu, Nikita Esco, Siray Kong, Tracy Nova, Alicia Whitten and Tracy Linh. Check out some of the event pictures after the jump…