Hardened criminals' most loyal accomplices aren't always made of flesh and blood — some are made of aluminum und schteel. Often, the cars history's outlaws drove wound up as infamous as the outlaws themselves. What's the most infamous outlaw's car?
The nearly-new 1934 Ford Model 730 Deluxe Sedan Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow stole in Illinois became known as their "death car." That after the two bandits faced down an ambush by police from Texas and Louisiana. A hail of bullets riddled the car, killed Bonnie and Clyde, and it went down in history as one of the most infamous cars in history. There are indeed others.
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