Films: The Car (1977)
Height/Weight: That of an average 1971 Lincoln.
Summary: This may not be the first time we covered a killer locomotive, but it's the first one where there are absolutely no humans behind the wheels. Rather, it's pure evil going over the speed limit...
History: A black car stalks the desert roads of an American countryside. It kills whoever it wants, whenever it wants. Those who have seen it see no license plate, no door handles...and no driver. This car is possessed by a demon. A particularly violent one.
Notable Kills: In an effort to get rid of its pursuers, the car barrel-rolls into the police cars, blowing them up.
Final Fate: The car is eventually tricked into careening off a cliff, where dynamite and rubble blow it up. As it is destroyed, the demon rises out the flame and into oblivion. However, some say the car is still out there in Los Angeles...
Weakness: Will not drive on hallowed ground, explosives.
Scariness Factor: 4-Imagine this metal menace coming at you at over 50 miles per hour, and you have a pretty nasty death in mind. It doesn't help that this thing has such a horrible honking noise as its calling card. And to think, this isn't the worst that demonic cars have to offer...
Trivia: -The car's model is a 1971 Lincoln Continental Mark III black coupe. Three copies of it were created for stunts and its demise. All of them perished, but the original remains.
-The original title for this film was "Wheels".