At the Academy Awards, it’s a given to find Brad, Jack, and Meryl hogging the front row while scores of lesser luminaries — many just as fetching and talented — pack the seats behind. And so it goes when you’re talking about the star cars of Tinseltown. The same gleaming grilles are always sipping premium fuel front and center: 007’s Aston Martin DB5, Steve McQueen’s Mustang GT fastback from “Bullitt,” Burt Reynolds’ screaming-chicken Trans Am from “Smokey and the Bandit.” These are the paparazzi-fleeing, entourage-ringed superstars of the movie-car world. Humiliate yourself with enough groveling and sucking up, and one of them might deign to drive by your afterparty. Enough of the big shots. It’s time to bestow a little appreciation on those hard-working stiffs in the supporting cast. Without them, the superstar cars would have nothing to chase, nothing to outrun, nothing to bang fenders against or shove off 1000-foot cliffs. We therefore proudly present the unsung heroes of internal-combustion Hollywood, the Top 10 Movie Cars in a Supporting Role. With the 2014 Oscars right around the corner, we’re sharing this special feature from Motor Trend Classic. What are your favorite movie cars placed in supporting roles? Read about… Read full this story
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