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Jay Ohrberg is a car collector and car builder specializing in cars for film and television. His company Jay Ohrberg Star Cars has an extensive collection of original cars and replicas, many of them are offered for hire.
Among the vehicles Jay has made are:
- General Lee;
- Ford Gran Torino for Starsky and Hutch;
- KITT for the Knight Rider 2000 film. Jay also built the "super pursuit mode" version for the final season of the TV series;
- Batmobiles for 70's film and for the Batman Returns by Tim Burton film;
- DeLorean from Back to the Future
- Flintstones car.
- Pink Panther car.
Jay's car collection includes many film and television cars, including most of the cars that have been designed from his company. Most important of them are:
- From films:
- the DeLorean from Back to the Future,
- several cars from the live-action Flintstones film,
- Ecto-1 (replica) from Ghostbusters,
- the Ford Gran Torino from Starsky and Hutch,
- Herbie (replica) from Herbie the Love Bug and other cars including a Chitty Chitty Bang Bang replica,
- RoboCop car,
- a Mad Max replica car and other films.
- From TV shows:
Other customized cars in Jay's collection include a helicopter car and a 100-foot limousine called the American Dream, recognized by Guinness World Records as the world's longest car. Jay was first recognized as a car collector after buying an automobile every week for 57 weeks straight.
- George Barris, another auto customizer.
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