It was the bad 30´s and, after the 1929 financial crisis, the economy of the United States was immersed in the so-called Great Depression.  A pair of handsome, sympathetic, brave and criminal young people became famous because of their robberies and murders: Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.  Love and adventure seduced them to make an explosive couple.Cinema immortalized them in 1967. The film Bonnie and Clyde, by Arthur Penn, with Warren Beatty (Clyde) and Faye Dunaway (Bonnie) told that story of love, violence and death.  The film, nominated for eight Oscars, won two, plus two Bafta Awards and other recognitions.

 The prominence of automobiles created the “road movie” style: action films that took place on roads.  And the protagonist of the escapes was, almost always, a stolen Ford V-8.  Ford commercialized this model B between 1932 and 1934. Today it is a collector car worth more than sixty thousand dollars