Corrected entry: When the two motorcycle cops start chasing Kowalski along the dirt track, one calls in a request for previous information on him, by name. But they've never asked for his name, and there's no indication that they've got hold of Kowalski's ID (if they have, then they never give the ID back, either).
Corrected entry: How could the two stupid Nevada cops manage to get the the "Vanishing Point" well ahead of Kowalski, who had been driving flat out? They were not important enough to get a helicopter ride. To top it off, "young" stupid was still out of uniform.
Corrected entry: At one point near the end of the film, Kowalski is shown on the CHP "big board" as being East of Mono Lake on the Nevada border, and his only direct route West would have been Hwy 120. Later, he is shown coming South on Hwy 108. Had he chosen this route, his most reasonable route West would have been on Hwy 4 through Stockton, and the minions of the law with their Cats on Hwy 120 would have grown old waiting.
Corrected entry: In the final sequence we get a low shot of the bulldozers with the sun as a big ball low on the horizon behind them. But in the shots from there on we don't see any shadows, even those that are meant to portray the scene directly after this sun shot.
Corrected entry: At the end of the movie just before the Challenger hits the Bulldozers, the right rear wheel on the Challenger changes from a factory Dodge rally wheel to a Cragar S/S wheel.
Corrected entry: There are several versions of this film, in one when Kowolski stops at the desert house to get drugs he put the car into park with a column shift yet there are numerous scenes of him shifting the 4spd pistol grip throughout the film.