"Death Proof" features quite a few iconic vehicles that every collector would like to own, and the white Dodge Challenger is one of them.

Death Proof is not one of Quentin Tarantino's top films, as fans of the director and his filmography are aware. 

In fact, the director claimed it was the worst movie he had ever done, but he added that even if it was, he was still good.

Anyhow, Death Proof is not a movie you watch when you want to unwind or spend quality time with your family 

(some would argue no Tarantino movie is made for this purpose). 

Instead, you're more inclined to worry as you see a group of pals being pursued by Stuntman Mike,

a maniacal auto fanatic (starring Kurt Russel). We wouldn't advise it for those who are weak of heart.

The usage of vintage vehicles is one aspect of the film that is sure to thrill automotive enthusiasts. 

Starting with the 1969 Dodge Charger that Stuntman Mike drives in his wild pursuit, 

Death Proof includes a number of legendary automobiles that every collector would desire to acquire. 

However, there are also the Ford Mustang, Chevrolet Nova, and the difficult-to-ignore white Dodge Challenger.

If you've ever wondered about the story behind the white 1971 Dodge Challenger used in Death Proof, today is your lucky day.

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