Rent Famous Movie Cars
Have you ever wanted to rent the "Back to the Future" DeLorean? Have you ever wanted to rent the Batmobile? Or the Mystery Machine? Or even James Bond cars? The Volo Auto Museum is a place where you can come for TV and movie car rentals, including a current lineup that is ever-changing as we make new acquisitions.
When you want to rent famous movie cars, you’ll find the best selection and inventory when you choose to work with the Volo Auto Museum. We also have a great deal of experience in buying and maintaining famous vehicles, which means you can count on renting a high-quality car that’s well-known for its appearance on the big or small screens.
Here’s a look at our current lineup, plus more information on what you can do by renting a famous television or movie car.
Our Famous Cars for Rent
Yes, you can rent famous television and movie cars. The question is: What television and movie cars are you most interested in? Our current lineup includes the following available for rent:
- James Bond: Rent the car used by the world’s most famous spy. This Jaguar was used as a stunt car in the Bond film “Die Another Day,” posing as 007’s Aston Martin Vanquish. When the movie was filmed in the early 2000s, Ford owned both Jaguar and Aston Martin, and imposter Vanquishes were built on both Jaguar and Mustang chassis complete with fiberglass bodies.
- Speed Racer: Back in the 1980s, Chevrolet built a number of Mach 5s that were inspired by the “Speed Racer” cartoon. Chevy built the replicas to raise awareness for child safety. They were prohibitively expensive to manufacture, though, so only a handful actually moved into production. We offer one of those replicas for rent.
- Knight Rider: We rent a 1983 Pontiac that’s been customized to look and sound like KITT, the talking car from the hit show “Knight Rider.” Not only do both the interior and exterior look exactly like the car used on the show, but a hidden stereo system also plays KITT’s voice as needed.
- Ghostbusters: The “Ghostbuster” films of the 1980s made the 1959 Cadillac Miller-Meteor (known as Ecto-1 in the films) famous. You can rent a Ghostbusters-style Miller-Meteor for your own use, complete with the iconic fins. This Cadillac is even signed by two actors from the film — Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson.
- Back to the Future: Doc Brown converted a 1981 DeLorean DMC-12 into a time machine in the “Back to the Future” movies from the 1980s, and Marty McFly (played by Michael J. Fox) traveled both into the past and into the future using it. You can rent a fully customized and restored DMC-12 that looks identical to the time machine from the films.
- Transformers: The Bumblebee car from “Transformers” is actually a 1977 Chevrolet Camaro. You can rent one of the three Camaros used in the film. Each of the three cars used in the film was painted yellow and then “distressed” in the exact same way to appear more beaten up.
- Scooby-Doo: Is there a more iconic cartoon car than the "Scooby-Doo" Mystery Machine? You can rent the 1976 GMC Mystery Machine used in the 2002 live-action film version of the cartoon. This is the car that allowed Scooby, Shaggy, Fred, Velma and Daphne to solve mysteries and get around in style.
- Miami Vice: Only two 1976 Ferrari Daytona Spyders were used on the television series “Miami Vice.” One of them is held by a private collector, but the other you can rent from our inventory. This Spyder was mostly used for scenes that included driving or stunts. Because it was often used for stunts, this Ferrari includes camera rigging, stunt-friendly brakes and skid plates.
- Blues Brothers: Rent a 1975 Dodge Bluesmobile that looks exactly like Jake and Elwood’s car from “The Blues Brothers.” This is a real California Highway Patrol car that’s been converted and customized, and the roof-mounted loud speaker really works — just like in the movie.
- The Fast and the Furious: You can rent the actual 1970 Dodge Charger used on the screen by Vin Diesel when you rent from our inventory. “The Fast and the Furious” made this make and model famous, and this particular one was used only for close-ups in the film.
- Dukes of Hazzard: Rent one of the few General Lees to survive the production of “The Dukes of Hazzard.” This particular General Lee is a 1969 Dodge Charger that was used while the television series was produced on-location in Georgia rather than in California. This General Lee has never required restoration, and it still exists in its authentic, original condition.
- Batman: You can rent the 1966 Batmobile used in the Adam West television series. Very few legitimate Batmobiles exist in the world, and they are extremely valuable. For example, the first-ever Batmobile recently sold for $4.6 million.
- Beverly Hillbillies: During the opening credits of the television series “Beverly Hillbillies,” the Clampetts load up in their 1921 Oldsmobile to move to Southern California. You can rent the actual truck used in the 1993 Beverly Hillbillies film.
What you see listed above is just a sample of the many film and television cars available for rent in our inventory. Want to see more? Check out our full selection of television and movie cars for rent.
Take Your Event to the Next Level
Can you rent movie cars? The answer is a resounding “yes.” But why do most of our clients choose famous television and movie car rentals?
In many cases, a specific vehicle matches the theme for a corporate or private event. For example, the car from “Ghostbusters” might be rented for a Halloween event. The Batmobile may get rented for a superhero-themed event, or one of James Bond’s cars may get rented for a spy-related event. These events are sometimes large productions open to the public, and other times, they are highly exclusive private events held at homes.
No matter the nature of your event and its theme, the right movie cars for rent can help take it to the next level. Just make sure you’re using a quality provider when you need to rent famous movie cars. At the Volo Auto Museum, we offer high-quality, well-maintained and authentic television and movie cars for rent. You can count on these famous vehicles making your party or event a hit.
About the Volo Auto Museum
The Volo Auto Museum is a 35-acre destination that everyone in the family will love. We offer 33 exhibits for viewing that include cars you won’t see anywhere else in the world. Our display of 400-plus cars includes vehicles old and new that have appeared in a wide range of movies and television shows.
It’s best to spend a full day taking in our entire grounds and all of the cars on display. We even offer an on-site pizza parlor and mini-theaters for when you’re taking a break from looking at world-famous cars. Our museum is open year-round, and it’s fully climate-controlled for days when you want to escape the heat or the cold.
We buy, sell and rent famous vehicles, too. Our inventory of cars for sale changes regularly, as we add 60–90 vehicles each month. Each of our vehicles for sale is inspected by on-site mechanics. Buyers can come and test drive cars before making a purchase, and sellers can put their vehicles on the market without paying upfront fees.
The Volo Auto Museum has been family-owned and family-operated since 1960. We have a great deal of experience in buying, displaying, renting and selling famous cars, and we would welcome the opportunity to connect you to our collection of television and movie cars for rent.
Contact us today to learn more about our inventory of TV and movie car rentals.