Wednesday, February 10, 2016


This is Why They Use Fake Ferraris in Movies and TV

By  on February 8, 2016

The guitar collecting world is abuzz over the destruction of a near priceless, 145-year-old guitar made by the C.F. Martin company on loan from the Martin Guitar Museum for the production of Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight.”
Kurt Russell took the guitar out of Jennifer Jason Leigh’s hands and smashed it thinking it was a prop replica and not the original. Leigh’s shocked reaction was genuine as she knew she was playing the real artifact. Director Tarantino was reported to be pleased with the results; the C.F. Martin company less so.
Aren’t you glad the producers of “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and “Miami Vice” destroyed fake Ferraris? My guess is that not very many guitar aficionados will pay to see Tarantino’s latest oeuvre.
Mayhem and destruction (not all of it real) after the jump.

You can hear the guitar being smashed at the end of this soundtrack excerpt:

Ronnie Schreiber edits Cars In Depth, the original 3D car site and the largest archive of stereo photos and videos of cars anywhere.

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