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Visible crew/equipment: Halfway through the big car chase, just after a black-and-white police car also joins in, you will see the cars navigating through an S-turn, heading toward the river. On the far sidewalk is a camera and crew filming the same sequence, and the shots from that camera, showing the same S-turn sequence as the cars approach, immediately follow.
Continuity: During the car chase scene with the kids in the street, they show Roy Schneider's car pass the kids who are scrambling to the sidewalk. From the far end of the street they show the cop killer's car, just as it begins to turn off the street. In the background, the kids are in the street, but Roy's car is not seen on the street. The car should have been on the close side of the kids.
Continuity: As Tony LoBianco is approaching Richard Lynch near the water Lynch sticks his hatchet in a wooden post at shoulder level. After their conversation as LoBianco is walking away, Lynch grabs the hatchet which is now stuck in something at his waist level. He made no attempt during the conversation to move the hatchet.
Plot hole: When a bad guy fires a sawed-off, double-barrel shotgun at the silver coupe, the car's hood flies off. The hood is attached by two strong hinges at the rear corners as well as a double-latched release assembly at the front/center. Even if the two shells could be aimed independently (and they can't), no way could all three attaching points be disabled at the same time.
Revealing: After the blue sedan turns left, away from Central Park, a long sequence of small 'leaps' begins for both cars as they go thru intersections along one long street. Our view changes from inside the sedan, to outside it, inside the coupe, and outside it, back and forth repeatedly. It is painfully obvious this sequence was artificially extended by randomizing the various camera angles, all showing the same few seconds of time, over and over. The best evidence is the red 1973 Lemans that is passed again and again and again.