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Question of the Week: What is your favorite TV hero car?


#21

these are all great, but … Rockford


#22

How about “The Prisoner” Lotus 7 S2?


#23

For me it has to be Ecto-1 from the 1984 movie ghostbusters , Ive spent almost 2 years now doing my conversion . Between the ECTO-1 , 1966 batmobile and the back to the future DeLorean it a hard choice to pick the ultimate movie car


#24

I totally agree with your comment. Wanted on so much when series was alive. In 1968 I bought a 1961 Fawn Beige Corvette. Check with history, fawn beige was the color used on film because it showed up better. I still have that Corvette and it was fully restored in 2010. My son and I drive it on breakfast runs and still a very proud owner. Only one that gets MY CAR is my son.


#25

1928 Porter from “My Mother the Car”, 1960’s sitcom starring Jerry Vandyke (I think).
That, or the Monkey Mobile.


#26

Supernatural’s impala


#27

John Steed’s Jaguar XJ 12 Coupe in The New Avengers episodes
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#28

The Monkees Monkeemobile!


#29

Great Scott! What else could it be?
bttf1


#30

close second…
mad-max-interceptor-rear


#31

For Movies- Back to the future car.
For TV- the Batmobile

Both are instantly recognizable by most of the world.


#32

Oh it’s got to be the “Wagon Queen Family Truckster” without a doubt! LOL!


#33

How about a little known 55 Chevy 150 from Two-Land Blacktop that was not very pretty, but fast as stink!!


#34

Another vote for the Saint’s (Roger Moore) Volvo P-1800. Many of a future female superstar started by riding in his white 1800.


#35

The California Kid 34 coupecal%20kid


#36

Actually it was a '65 Stingray


#37

The original Batmobile - I was 2 years old when the show aired, and have been fascinated by the car ever since. ( George Barris is credited with ‘building’ the car, but it was actually a factory built Ford Futura concept car he obtained from Ford and kinda pimped out when hired to create a car for the BatMan TV Series ) The car was built in 1955 and was also in the movie “It started with a kiss” with Glenn Ford & Debbie Reynolds.


#38

Well what ya expect from a ford guy I always thought it was portrayed as a 67 but what a beautiful car and I enjoyed the series


#39

Can’t beat the bullet chase-- Steve Mc Queen. Close second Tom Cruse MI


#40

Beverly Hillbillies truck comes to mind. Oh how I always wanted one. Believe it or not one is for sale now on the internet! Here I go again. Is it faster than my Demon?