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We've been waiting a long time for this... the silver '73 Ventura in action!
You can thank Darwin Morua for his work in providing these video captures from the movie and the special behind-the-scenes feature. Get his full analysis of the movie in the article WHAT'S UP with "THE SEVEN-UPs"
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Treasures Hiding on Video Tape (remember VHS tapes?)
Ron Lutz, owner of an awesome '73 Ventura Sprint elsewhere on this site, drops us a line about another '73 Ventura making a major appearance in a movie:
just received a brand new copy of 'Moving Violation'. Besides the occasional
speeded up scenes and some magical body work, this is a great movie for the car
chase nuts. Great car stunts throughout and about ten minutes worth of cops
chasing a Beige '73 Ventura.
part has the Sheriff car going under a trailer taking the roof clean off. The
chase continues until only one cycle cop is left in pursuit. This movie is a
typical 70's late night B movie, with a Rambo story line, (the first one and
instead of Nam - our hero is from Detroit, even wears a UAW jacket). I like the
chase better then the one in the Seven Ups purely for the comical value, plus
they're not ripping off the soundtrack from Bullitt, they probably couldn't
afford it after they bought all the cars that they wrecked.
|"...just wanted to let you know you have a great site and if it wasn't for your site I wouldn't have met Luis the owner of the 73 Ventura in Toronto. The car is "mint", only had a single owner... Gonna keep this one stock, too nice to tinker with, hard to find a car like that in Canada in that good of shape. Might put a set of Pontiac rims on it lol and that's about it and maybe dual exhaust :D just kiddin' the Pontiac rims will do- Just wanted to let you know great site and awesome opportunities, thanks alot TTYL -Mike Adair"|