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Brad Pitt’s ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ Cars Go For Auction!

Brad Pitt in the frame
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Brad Pitt’s ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ Cars Go For Auction!:Β 2019Β drama movie ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood,’ barred some acting moguls like Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. The period drama gained lots of recognition because of its use of vintage cars.

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However, recently, we got to know that the vintage cars used in the movie are going up for auction. Let’s dive into the details of this auction.

Those Are Some Wheels!

The cinephiles who have a thing for vintage cars can now own one. The cars are going up for an auction from August 26 and August 27 as a part of a massive memorabilia event hosted by the Prop tore.

The auctioneer is based in on London and Los Angeles, and you can register to bid virtually online.

Brad Pitt & Leonardo DiCaprio in the car
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Pitt”s Volkswagen Karmann Ghia estimates between $20,000 to $30,000 and DiCaprio flashy Yellow Cadillac Coupe De Ville ranged between $45,000 to $55,000.

All About Cars!

The movie had a gorgeous pastel-coloured caddy gets the most screen time as it chauffeurs the protagonists around the town even after they lose their license.

Brad Pitt in a car
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Several vintage cars appear in the 1960s Los Angeles that includes the MG TD, the classic British roadster that Margot Robbie escorts. As we all remember, Pitt’s Karmann Ghia is featured prominently in a night scene, as well as in the booth’s flashy J- turn.

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Other Items In The Auction!

The auction has several other merchandises. It includes John Candy’s Barf costumes from Spaceballs, Rocky Balboa’s boxing gloves from Rocky, Michael Corleone’s Miami suit from The Godfather and Ob-Wan Kenobi’s duelling lightsaber hilt from the Star Wars.

All in all, the auction includes more than 850 items, ranging from $100 to $500,000. You can take a look at the Prop Store here!Β 

The Prop Store began in 1998 when Stephen Lane, a collector and archivist founded it.Β  The LA-based chief operating officer Brandon Alinger is an expert in both Star Wars and Indiana Jones and has travelled to Tunisia to visit the filming locations and retrieve the leftover pieces.

Let us know if you’re planning to buy any merch from the auction!

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