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Continuity: After the gray Firebird flips over in the final crash, we see from a rear shot that no large pieces of the car are left in the pit between the ramp and the car. But after the bad guys climb out and look around, we see the car's crumpled hood is in the middle of what should be empty space in the pit.
Continuity: When Ryan is at the bus station to get the bag, he halts and looks through the large room as an older man is pushing a luggage cart away from Ryan. A conductor is walking toward the older man while the chairs closest to the black waste basket are empty. The shot changes to a close-up of Ryan for two seconds, then back to the same view, and the old guy and cart are now too far away, the conductor has vanished and two people are seated in those same chairs, one of whom is resting his legs on the relocated waste basket.
Continuity: As the gray Firebird and red truck charge at each other at the end of the final chase, we see from the red truck's view that the Firebird's two amber front lights are properly mounted below the bumper. But as the car turns toward the ramp, a shot from above the ramp shows the driver-side amber light is hanging loosely by its wire.
Continuity: Throughout the final chase, the gray Firebird has a 'shaker' hood scoop, which has a solid, tapered front (air gets in through the backside). But just as the car and red truck charge each other, a forward shot from inside the car shows we can see through the scoop, which is apparently broken, when it was perfect seconds before with no collisions since.
Continuity: When the driver disposes of the blue LTD by using a magnetic crane to drop it on a scrap heap, several mistakes are present when the car is found by police. The rear license plate and all the wheel covers are gone, a front plate mount is now on the car where none was during the chase, and the car is very near the steel frame structure when it was dropped far from it earlier.
Factual error: During the early chase, a policeman fires a shotgun at the blue LTD. Each shot is supposed to hit the trunklid, as it comes loose, then flies off, yet the lid is never damaged by the bullets, as if they are passing through the lid, hitting the hinges and lock without leaving any holes or dents in the lid itself.
Continuity: In the final chase, when the gray Firebird runs into a stockpile, and backs away from it, the wide shot shows the driver's door mirror's head is angled properly, but the tight shot immediately after, shows it is very askew, then a wide shot of the car turning right and heading away shows the mirror back in proper position.