13 of the Best Cars From 'Entourage'
As we mentioned earlier, Entourage isn't a complicated. show. At the base of it all lies friends, family, and the art of remaining loyal to and being appreciative of those who appreciate you for what you are. Seriously, that's it. Throw in a load of attractive women, Los Angeles, and a few knucklehead dudes, and you have Entourage. Although Vincent Chase and his boys do hold on to one car throughout the show, there is still a steady stream of rides coming and going. It's in the most superficial city in the country, after all. In no particular order, check out the best of the best with these 13 incredible cars from the Entourage television series. RELATED: 6 Best Car Scenes From the ‘Entourage’ Series Saleen S7
Season 4, Episode 6
Billy Walsh is a ... peculiar character, to say the least, but he knows a good car when he sees one. While he's busy fighting with E and trying to negotiate more money for his new movie, he's rolling in his girl's father's Saleen, complete with racing gloves and a man bun.
1956 Bentley S-Type LWB
Season 3, Episode 10
Ari pulls a fast one on Bob Ryan in this episode by introducing and pairing him with E in order to get him off his plate and out of his face. E, a sucker for scripts, gets pulled into going to Ryan's house, only to get stuck listening to story after story from the lonely gentleman. Whether or not a ride in this classic is worth getting stuck talking to Ryan is up for debate, but throw in that free meal, and it sounds like a pretty tolerable day.
1972 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu
Season 6, Episode 12
In no way does this car have anything to do with any progression or plot in the show. It's just that pretty.
1971 Ferrari Dino 246 GT
Season 3, Episode 15
It's dark, it's in the corner of a parking garage, it's on screen (partially) for about half a second, and it still steals the episode. Because it's a Ferrari Dino.
Ferrari 575M Superamerica
Season 7, Episode 5
In the show, Vince starred as Enzo Ferrari in an Enzo biopic. Of course (once he finally decided to drive himself places) he's in something as ill as a Superamerica.
Season 3, Episode 5
It's only there for the briefest of seconds, but that's all a Murcielago needs to get our recognition. Even if it is in the parking lot of an Aston Martin dealership.
1952 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith
Season 1, Episode 2
In order to keep Vince's mind off a bad review, E and the crew roll out in search of a new ride. E suggests a Benz. Turtle, naturally, suggests a Rolls-Royce Phantom. As the guys walk into the dealer, this gorgeous vintage Wraith is sitting pretty.
1966 Pontiac GTO
Season 2, Episode 6
According to Ari in the new Entourage movie, he originally found Vincent Chase from a Mentos commercial. That footage is frightening, but the commercial Vince does early in the series when he's strapped for cash is brilliance on screen. Despite being for a foreign drink, the commercial perfectly places a pristine GTO in focus.
2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
Season 8, Episode 7
Believe it or not, E was the guy behind the wheel of one of the greatest supercars of all time. He was in the middle of screwing up his relationship with Sloan ever more, but at least he got to step out of a Gullwing.
2009 Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren
Episode 7, Season 5
The SLR actually showed up three different times throughout the series, all in different circumstances. This one, specifically, though, has a hilarious role in the show, as Drama is about to bust it to hell because he thinks Bob Saget took a role for a show he was slated for. PUT THE BAT DOWN, DRAMA.
Ferrari F430 Scuderia
Season 6, Episode 3
Just outside L.A. lies the Auto Club Speedway, host to both IndyCar and NASCAR races. For a day, the stars of Entourage were lucky enough to take some of the Auto Club's finest Ferrari F430s for a little practice on the oval as Vince prepared for his role as Enzo Ferrari.
Porsche Carrera GT
Season 2, Episode 12
This thing is too sexy for it's own good, and it was in properly tip-top form for a brief Johnny Drama walk-by. The supercar was sitting at a car dealership, where John and Turtle were searching for the rapper Saigon, who worked at the garage.
1965 Lincoln Continental
Multiple episodes (pictured: Season 3, Episode 18)
Of course, the best comes last. This car might as well be one of the guys in regards to the entire show's point of loyalty. In this particular shot, Drama is dealing with the worry of a poor review about his show Five Towns. What does he do? Drive straight away to the Grand Canyon only to find out that the show is a commercial success. Long live the Continental.
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