Internet Movie Cars Database
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Internet Movie Cars Database, often abbreviated as IMCDb, is an online database of auto, motorcycle and other motor vehicle appearances in films. The website was created along the lines of Internet Movie Database in 2004.
The project was founded in 2004 by a French web developer, quickly helped by Belgian programmer Antoine Potten who took over the project completely in 2005, to compile information about vehicles used in films. As of July 2016, more than 46,000 movies were analyzed and more than 800,000 vehicles were identified, including those used in alternate endings and cut scenes. As of 2016, there were 4,170 brands of cars and motorcycles and more than 1000 pages of vehicles waiting for a proper identification.
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