Rush Hour 2, 3 – 1972 Corvette Stingray C3

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Yes, Rush Hour, where every one went to see Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan bring down some Asian Gangsters. But not me, I went to see it because the movie’s star attraction, the 72′ Corvette Stingray, or maybe the fact that it had Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan driving around in it, either ways, it’s and amazing car. There is nothing in the world that can beat the rear curve on 72′ Stingray, well except the rear curve of a 78′ Stingray, but that’s not what we’re here to talk about. Yes the 72′ Stingray featured in Rush Hour 2 and 3 (the corvette in the first movie was sold before they started making part 2) is all grace, elegance and 350 hp. With optional air conditioning, deluxe trimmed steering wheel and all the “War” you could want, the 72′ Stingray portrays a sense of style and luxury, in a small tight package. Why else would Chris Tucker drive it? Watch “War” after the jump.



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7 Responses to “Rush Hour 2, 3 – 1972 Corvette Stingray C3”

  1. Christine Says:

    All the Rush Hour movies were soo funny! Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker make a good combo!

  2. Chris Tucker’s car in Rush Hour was a very nice sports car. It was easy to get into, hence when he jumped in with out having to open the door. I feel the car fit him, and the movie perfectly.

  3. Corey Hammond Says:

    that car made the movie rush hour 1, 2, and 3 sick as hell.

  4. It’s the first time I comment here and I must say that you provide us genuine, and quality information for bloggers! Good job.
    p.s. You have an awesome template for your blog. Where did you find it?

    • Flynn Francisco Says:

      Thanks for the support, Cars and Movies have always been a passion of mine and its great to do this.
      The template is one of the older ones. I don’t think that they carry it in the template catalog anymore.

  5. i want that car 1972 corvette stingray c3 beacuse it is so beautiful.

  6. i want c3 corvette

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