1980s TV Match-Ups

mauve

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Absolutely fantastic. Another car from the eighties you might consider is the Coyote X from Hardcastle and McCormik (1983-1986) ; there were sick scenes between the car and an eighteen wheeler, could make great posters. (
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You also have The Fall Guy with his GMC truck, another style but you could make wonders with it.

I believe these vehicles had models made at the time.

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This is totally beyond my understanding, I wonder what kind of setting and post processing were used to make the environmental stuffs and effects, but I know it must be impossible to explain.
 

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Absolutely fantastic. Another car from the eighties you might consider is the Coyote X from Hardcastle and McCormik (1983-1986) ; there were sick scenes between the car and an eighteen wheeler, could make great posters.
You also have The Fall Guy with his GMC truck, another style but you could make wonders with it.
I believe these vehicles had models made at the time.
I forgot to mention Magnum PI, featuring prominently the Ferrari 308GTS and the Hughes 500 helicopter :

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These are awesome, my Dad was in Army aviation when I was a kid and as a result my brother and I were pretty nuts about anything that flew and was military-like so Airwolf was pretty big with us. I also realized recently I had failed my children when we saw something parodying Mr.T to which my 11 and 13 year olds sort of chuckled but didn't get the reference, I said something like "Y'know, like MR.T!". They cocked their heads and ask, who is Mr. T? :doh:
 

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