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* On ''Series/DukesOfHazzard'':

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* On ''Series/DukesOfHazzard'':''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'':
26th May '17 5:36:26 AM MadSpy
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'': the porcupine whose car seems to be ruined by trees. He shows up when Kirk is on a tree-cutting spree where his car gets crushed. It gets ruined again by another tree falling on him later (the result of Kirk and Wolf driving Kirk's tank-tread converted truck into a tree that is uprooted). A diferent driver appears earlier driving a similar blue sports car, who is startled enough when Red throws a book out of her treehouse that lands on his windshield that he swerves violently and crashes into a tree.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'': the porcupine whose car seems to be ruined by trees. He shows up when Kirk is on a tree-cutting spree where his car gets crushed. It gets ruined again by another tree falling on him later (the result of Kirk and Wolf driving Kirk's tank-tread converted truck into a tree that is uprooted). A diferent different driver appears earlier driving a similar blue sports car, who is startled enough when Red throws a book out of her treehouse tree-house that lands on his windshield that he swerves violently and crashes into a tree.
5th May '17 5:43:26 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''Franchise/StarWars'': Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin has terrible luck with commanding anything. Every warship we have seen him personally command gets destroyed. The ''Carrion Spike'' [[spoiler: gets [[Literature/{{Tarkin}} stolen and eventually scuttled]] by Teller's group]], The ''Sovereign'' [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels gets blown up over Mustafar]], and we all know [[Film/ANewHope what happens to the Death Star]] (which finally takes him with it). In fact, one reviewer commented that Tarkin just keeps getting bigger and bigger ships and they keep getting destroyed in more spectacular ways.

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'': Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin has terrible luck with commanding anything. Every warship we have seen him personally command gets destroyed. The ''Carrion Spike'' [[spoiler: gets [[Literature/{{Tarkin}} stolen and eventually scuttled]] by Teller's group]], The the ''Sovereign'' [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels gets blown up over Mustafar]], and we all know [[Film/ANewHope what happens to the Death Star]] (which finally takes him with it). In fact, one reviewer commented that Tarkin just keeps getting bigger and bigger ships and they keep getting destroyed in more spectacular ways.
5th May '17 5:42:49 PM AthenaBlue
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* In ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'', Tsubasa jumping off of motorcycles into battle is enough of a running joke that she "leaves the image of buying an endless supply of bikes to jump off of", in the OVA.



* In ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'', Tsubasa jumping off of motorcycles into battle is enough of a running joke that she "leaves the image of buying an endless supply of bikes to jump off of", in the OVA.



* ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead Do America: The Movie'' features Tom Anderson's Camper, which suffers--in order--a broken fridge, a TV ruined by spilled cola, total destruction by flood from the Hoover Dam release, being torn apart by ATF agents, destruction in a 300 car pile-up, and being defiled by Beavis having ADateWithRosiePalms (as Cornholio).

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* ''WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButtHead Do America: The Movie'' features Tom Anderson's Camper, which suffers--in order--a suffers -- in order -- a broken fridge, a TV ruined by spilled cola, total destruction by flood from the Hoover Dam release, being torn apart by ATF agents, destruction in a 300 car pile-up, and being defiled by Beavis having ADateWithRosiePalms (as Cornholio).



* Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin from ''Franchise/StarWars'' has terrible luck with commanding anything. Every warship we have seen him personally command gets destroyed. The ''Carrion Spike'' [[spoiler: gets [[Literature/{{Tarkin}} stolen and eventually scuttled]] by Teller's group]], The ''Sovereign'' [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels gets blown up over Mustafar]], and we all know [[Film/ANewHope what happens to Death Star]] (which finally takes him with it). In fact, one reviewer commented that Tarkin just keeps getting bigger and bigger ships and they keep getting destroyed in more spectacular ways.
* The poor, poor pursuit special from ''Film/MadMax''. Wrecked in ''[[Film/MadMax2TheRoadWarrior The Road Warrior]]'', wrecked in [[VideoGame/MadMax2015 the game]] [[spoiler: though apparently it's such a CoolCar that Scrotus left it in one piece]], wrecked in [[Film/MadMaxFuryRoad Fury Road]], fixed, and then wrecked ''again''....
* Trish's car from ''Film/JeepersCreepers'' may be considered this.



* Carl Bentley's police car in ''Film/{{Jumanji}}''.
-->"FINE! TAKE IT!"
* In the first big chase scene in ''Film/TheMarine'', the police cruiser commandeered by Triton to chase his wife's kidnappers gets shot to hell, crashed into and slammed repeatedly, had close encounters with some explosives, and doesn't slow down one bit.
--> '''Mook:''' Jesus, this guy's the frickin' Franchise/{{Terminator}}.

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* Carl Bentley's police Film/TheBluesBrothers' car in ''Film/{{Jumanji}}''.doesn't quite crash, but it gets into progressively more ludicrous (and strenuous) chases over the course of the movie, and at the end of the final one simply falls to pieces after finally getting Jake and Ellwood to their goal.
-->"FINE! TAKE IT!"
* The Lincoln in ''Film/TheCannonballRun''.
* The black Dodge Charger in ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'' and its sequels. Previously owned and built by Dom's father, it ends up crashing into a semi and rolling over after Dom's race against Brian. Letty takes it back home and repairs it.
In the first big chase scene fourth film, Dom crashes and burns it in ''Film/TheMarine'', a smugglers' tunnel. This time it's Mia who puts it back together. It finally meets its end in the police cruiser commandeered by Triton to chase his wife's kidnappers gets shot to hell, crashed into and slammed repeatedly, had close encounters fifth movie when Hobbs T-bones it with some explosives, and his Gurkha. (Nevermind that it survived being T-boned by a prison bus in the same incarnation. And that it had had a full rollcage inside all the time.)
* The Volkswagen Beetle in ''[[Film/SesameStreetPresentsFollowThatBird Follow That Bird]]''
doesn't slow down one bit.
--> '''Mook:''' Jesus, this guy's
take much damage ''per se'', but over the frickin' Franchise/{{Terminator}}.course of the film is slowly devoured piece by piece by [[ExtremeOmnivore Cookie Monster]], and returns to Sesame Street as little more than an engine, frame, and seats.
* The Rolls-Royce in ''Film/TheGumballRally''.



* Trish's car from ''Film/JeepersCreepers'' may be considered this.
* Carl Bentley's police car in ''Film/{{Jumanji}}''.
-->"FINE! TAKE IT!"
* The poor, poor pursuit special from ''Film/MadMax''. Wrecked in ''[[Film/MadMax2TheRoadWarrior The Road Warrior]]'', wrecked in [[VideoGame/MadMax2015 the game]] [[spoiler: though apparently it's such a CoolCar that Scrotus left it in one piece]], wrecked in [[Film/MadMaxFuryRoad Fury Road]], fixed, and then wrecked ''again''...
* In the first big chase scene in ''Film/TheMarine'', the police cruiser commandeered by Triton to chase his wife's kidnappers gets shot to hell, crashed into and slammed repeatedly, had close encounters with some explosives, and doesn't slow down one bit.
--> '''Mook:''' Jesus, this guy's the frickin' Franchise/{{Terminator}}.



* The Rolls-Royce in ''Film/TheGumballRally''.
* Likewise, the Lincoln in ''Cannonball''.

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'': Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin has terrible luck with commanding anything. Every warship we have seen him personally command gets destroyed. The Rolls-Royce in ''Film/TheGumballRally''.
* Likewise,
''Carrion Spike'' [[spoiler: gets [[Literature/{{Tarkin}} stolen and eventually scuttled]] by Teller's group]], The ''Sovereign'' [[WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels gets blown up over Mustafar]], and we all know [[Film/ANewHope what happens to the Lincoln Death Star]] (which finally takes him with it). In fact, one reviewer commented that Tarkin just keeps getting bigger and bigger ships and they keep getting destroyed in ''Cannonball''.more spectacular ways.



* The black Dodge Charger in ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'' and its sequels. Previously owned and built by Dom's father, it ends up crashing into a semi and rolling over after Dom's race against Brian. Letty takes it back home and repairs it. In the fourth film, Dom crashes and burns it in a smugglers' tunnel. This time it's Mia who puts it back together. It finally meets its end in the fifth movie when Hobbs T-bones it with his Gurkha. (Nevermind that it survived being T-boned by a prison bus in the same incarnation. And that it had had a full rollcage inside all the time.)
* Film/TheBluesBrothers' car doesn't quite crash, but it gets into progressively more ludicrous(and strenuous) chases over the course of the movie, and at the end of the final one simply falls to pieces after finally getting Jake and Ellwood to their goal.
* The Volkswagen Beetle in ''[[Film/SesameStreetPresentsFollowThatBird Follow That Bird]]'' doesn't take much damage ''per se'', but over the course of the film is slowly devoured piece by piece by [[ExtremeOmnivore Cookie Monster]], and returns to Sesame Street as little more than an engine, frame, and seats.

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* The black Dodge Charger in ''Film/TheFastAndTheFurious'' and its sequels. Previously owned and built by Dom's father, it ends up crashing into a semi and rolling over after Dom's race against Brian. Letty takes it back home and repairs it. In the fourth film, Dom crashes and burns it in a smugglers' tunnel. This time it's Mia who puts it back together. It finally meets its end in the fifth movie when Hobbs T-bones it with his Gurkha. (Nevermind that it survived being T-boned by a prison bus in the same incarnation. And that it had had a full rollcage inside all the time.)
* Film/TheBluesBrothers' car doesn't quite crash, but it gets into progressively more ludicrous(and strenuous) chases over the course of the movie, and at the end of the final one simply falls to pieces after finally getting Jake and Ellwood to their goal.
* The Volkswagen Beetle in ''[[Film/SesameStreetPresentsFollowThatBird Follow That Bird]]'' doesn't take much damage ''per se'', but over the course of the film is slowly devoured piece by piece by [[ExtremeOmnivore Cookie Monster]], and returns to Sesame Street as little more than an engine, frame, and seats.



* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', the running joke is that Harry's old VW bug, the "Blue Beetle," keeps getting wrecked, but Harry has an awesome mechanic who keeps reviving it. By the later books, it has five or six different colors due to replacement doors/hoods/etc. from other VW bugs. [[spoiler: It finally gets wrecked for good in ''Changes''.]]

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* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'', the running joke is that Harry's old VW bug, the "Blue Beetle," Beetle", keeps getting wrecked, but Harry has an awesome mechanic who keeps reviving it. By the later books, it has five or six different colors due to replacement doors/hoods/etc. from other VW bugs. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It finally gets wrecked for good in ''Changes''.]] ]]
* ''Literature/SkulduggeryPleasant'''s Bentley. In the later books, it has been crashed and magically as well as physically repaired so many times that it is stated that if it gets so much as scratched again, it will implode, killing its occupants.



* ''Literature/SkulduggeryPleasant''s' Bentley. In the later books, it has been crashed and magically as well as physically repaired so many times that it is stated that if it gets so much as scratched again, it will implode, killing its occupants.

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* In ''Series/{{Leverage}}'', Hardison has gone through three different iterations of "Lucille", his [[SpiesInAVan spy van]].
* In ''Series/DueSouth'', Ray Vecchio drives a mint-green 1971 Buick Riviera. Unfortunately, Fraser keeps making plans that lead to it exploding, so it's not always the same mint-green 1971 Buick Riviera.
* In ''{{Series/Eureka}}'', there's at least a 50% chance that any given experiment-of-the-week is going to entertainingly destroy Carter's Jeep. Henry attempts to {{def|iedTrope}}y this in "Up in the Air" by painting it with a protective osmium coating, but it only leads to the Jeep being literally lost in space. The Jeep was brought to life in the 2011 Christmas special due to some hologram wackiness, and had choice words for Jack for its constant abuse.
* ''Series/MrBean'' has the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reliant_Regal Reliant Regal]] driven by Bean's nemesis, which gets tipped over or crashed every time it shows up.

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* ''Literature/SkulduggeryPleasant''s' Bentley. In Virtually all of the later books, it cars that last more than one episode of ''Series/CanadasWorstDriver''. Starting in Season 6, one modern sports car has been crashed and magically used per season as well as physically repaired a recurring vehicle -- predictably, it becomes TheChewToy for the contestants. It got so many times bad for the Dodge Challenger in Season 7, that they gave it is stated that if it a ''funeral'' in the season finale!
* ''Series/DarkAngel'': Logan's [[AllegedCar Pontiac Aztek]]
gets so much as scratched again, it will implode, killing its occupants.

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* In ''Series/{{Leverage}}'', Hardison has gone through three different iterations of "Lucille", his [[SpiesInAVan spy van]].
shot up and ploughed into stuff throughout the series, and continues to display the duct tape, missing glass and primered bulletholes throughout. Good work, continuity people.
* In ''Series/DueSouth'', Ray Vecchio drives a mint-green 1971 Buick Riviera. Unfortunately, Fraser keeps making plans that lead to it exploding, so it's not always the same mint-green 1971 Buick Riviera. \n* In ''{{Series/Eureka}}'', there's at least a 50% chance that any given experiment-of-the-week is going to entertainingly destroy Carter's Jeep. Henry attempts to {{def|iedTrope}}y this in "Up in the Air" by painting it with a protective osmium coating, but it only leads to the Jeep being literally lost in space. The Jeep was brought to life in the 2011 Christmas special due to some hologram wackiness, and had choice words for Jack for its constant abuse.\n* ''Series/MrBean'' has the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reliant_Regal Reliant Regal]] driven by Bean's nemesis, which gets tipped over or crashed every time it shows up.



* ''Series/KnightRider'' was similarly rough on its Pontiac Trans-Ams.
* Virtually all of the cars that last more than one episode of ''Series/CanadasWorstDriver''. Starting in Season 6, one modern sports car has been used per season as a recurring vehicle -- predictably, it becomes TheChewToy for the contestants. It got so bad for the Dodge Challenger in Season 7, that they gave it a ''funeral'' in the season finale!

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* In ''{{Series/Eureka}}'', there's at least a 50% chance that any given experiment-of-the-week is going to entertainingly destroy Carter's Jeep. Henry attempts to {{def|iedTrope}}y this in "Up in the Air" by painting it with a protective osmium coating, but it only leads to the Jeep being literally lost in space. The Jeep was brought to life in the 2011 Christmas special due to some hologram wackiness, and had choice words for Jack for its constant abuse.
* ''Series/TheFallGuy''[='=]s Colt Seavers wrecks his GMC Sierra every few episodes. Made worse by the fact that Colt doesn't even really own the car; makes the viewer wonder how many cars Colt has to pay for by the end of the show, seeing as [[EveryCarIsAPinto how explosion-prone vehicles are in this series, especially Colt's truck]]. Not to mention that Colt keeps destroying everyone else's cars including every single vehicle Howie has ever been able to afford.
* In ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'', almost all of Dee's cars have been crashed/totaled at some point, due to the rest of the gang's shenanigans. Due to her [[ButtMonkey status]] within the group, it usually gets glossed over or played for laughs. In one episode, Dee's recently bought car was stolen by a young hitchhiker, but this one was partially on her because she picked him up and let him drive the car at ease so she could play a drinking game with Mac and Frank.
* ''Series/KnightRider'' was similarly rough on its Pontiac Trans-Ams.
Trans-Ams.
* Virtually all of the cars that last more than one episode of ''Series/CanadasWorstDriver''. Starting in Season 6, one modern sports car In ''Series/{{Leverage}}'', Hardison has been used per season as a recurring vehicle -- predictably, it becomes TheChewToy for the contestants. It got so bad for the Dodge Challenger in Season 7, that they gave it a ''funeral'' in the season finale!gone through three different iterations of "Lucille", his [[SpiesInAVan spy van]].



* ''Series/MrBean'' has the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reliant_Regal Reliant Regal]] driven by Bean's nemesis, which gets tipped over or crashed every time it shows up.



* ''Series/TheFallGuy''[='=]s Colt Seavers wrecks his GMC Sierra every few episodes. Made worse by the fact that Colt doesn't even really own the car; makes the viewer wonder how many cars Colt has to pay for by the end of the show, seeing as [[EveryCarIsAPinto how explosion-prone vehicles are in this series, especially Colt's truck]]. Not to mention that Colt keeps destroying everyone else's cars including every single vehicle Howie has ever been able to afford.



* In ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'', almost all of Dee's cars have been crashed/totaled at some point, due to the rest of the gang's shenanigans. Due to her [[ButtMonkey status]] within the group, it usually gets glossed over or played for laughs. In one episode, Dee's recently bought car was stolen by a young hitchhiker, but this one was partially on her because she picked him up and let him drive the car at ease so she could play a drinking game with Mac and Frank.
* ''Series/DarkAngel'': Logans' [[AllegedCar Pontiac Aztek]] gets shot up and ploughed into stuff throughout the series, and continues to display the duct tape, missing glass and primered bulletholes throughout. Good work, continuity people.

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* In ''Series/ItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia'', almost all of Dee's cars have been crashed/totaled at some point, due to the rest of the gang's shenanigans. Due to her [[ButtMonkey status]] within the group, it usually gets glossed over or played for laughs. In one episode, Dee's recently bought car was stolen by a young hitchhiker, but this one was partially on her because she picked him up and let him drive the car at ease so she could play a drinking game with Mac and Frank.
* ''Series/DarkAngel'': Logans' [[AllegedCar Pontiac Aztek]] gets shot up and ploughed into stuff throughout the series, and continues to display the duct tape, missing glass and primered bulletholes throughout. Good work, continuity people.



* Enzo's {{Cool Car}}s in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' and [[VideoGame/Bayonetta2 its sequel]] invariably get themselves trashed by angels (or Bayonetta herself) during intro sequences.



* Enzo's {{Cool Car}}s in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' and [[VideoGame/Bayonetta2 its sequel]] invariably get themselves trashed by angels (or Bayonetta herself) during intro sequences.

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* Enzo's {{Cool Car}}s in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' and [[VideoGame/Bayonetta2 its sequel]] invariably get themselves trashed by angels (or Bayonetta herself) during intro sequences.

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* WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck's [[TheAllegedCar famous 313]] has to suffer from time to time.
* Cars owned by WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} usually fall into this trope.

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* WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck's [[TheAllegedCar famous 313]] has to suffer from time to time.
* Cars owned by WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} usually fall into this trope.
Kevin's car in ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' repeatedly gets destroyed in various ways. This carries on through the two following shows in increasingly inventive fashions.



* In ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' the team pilot Launchpad [=McQuack=] would crash whatever he was provided with OncePerEpisode - including a living condor and a gadget plane that accidentally folded into a suitcase mid-flight.
* In ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack: The Series'', the [=LTD=] suffers from an unfortunate number of catastrophic accidents per session.
* Kevin's car in ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' repeatedly gets destroyed in various ways. This carries on through the two following shows in increasingly inventive fashions.

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* WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck's [[TheAllegedCar famous 313]] has to suffer from time to time.
* In ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' the team pilot Launchpad [=McQuack=] would crash whatever he was provided with OncePerEpisode - -- including a living condor and a gadget plane that accidentally folded into a suitcase mid-flight.
* In ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack: The Series'', While not a car, the [=LTD=] suffers from an unfortunate number Planet Express Ship in ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' has been crushed, swallowed by a Venus Fly Trap, sold off, eaten by nanobots and blown up as part of catastrophic accidents per session.a decoy.
* Cars owned by WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} usually fall into this trope.

* Kevin's car in ''WesternAnimation/Ben10AlienForce'' repeatedly gets destroyed in various ways. This carries on through In ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack: The Series'', the two following shows in increasingly inventive fashions.[=LTD=] suffers from an unfortunate number of catastrophic accidents per session.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'', every time something is thrown off screen with an explosion, you can hear the same guy scream "My Car!!!".



* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Cyborg's car gets destroyed pretty much in every episode it makes an appearance in.



-->'''Fanzone:''' How come your interior's so much cleaner than mine?
-->'''Sari:''' Maybe because it's not on fire?
* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Cyborg's car gets destroyed pretty much in every episode it makes an appearance in.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'', every time something is thrown off screen with an explosion, you can hear the same guy scream "My Car!!!".

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-->'''Fanzone:''' How come your interior's so much cleaner than mine?
-->'''Sari:'''
mine?\\
'''Sari:'''
Maybe because it's not on fire?
* In ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'', Cyborg's car gets destroyed pretty much in every episode it makes an appearance in.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ThePenguinsOfMadagascar'', every time something is thrown off screen with an explosion, you can hear the same guy scream "My Car!!!".
fire?



* While not a car, the Planet Express Ship in ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' has been crushed, swallowed by a Venus Fly Trap, sold off, eaten by nanobots and blown up as part of a decoy.

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* While not a car, the Planet Express Ship in ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' has been crushed, swallowed by a Venus Fly Trap, sold off, eaten by nanobots and blown up as part of a decoy.
29th Apr '17 6:12:35 PM Dravencour
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* Enzo's ride in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' and [[VideoGame/Bayonetta2 its sequel]] invariably gets itself trashed by angels during into sequences.

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* Enzo's ride {{Cool Car}}s in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' and [[VideoGame/Bayonetta2 its sequel]] invariably gets itself get themselves trashed by angels (or Bayonetta herself) during into intro sequences.
23rd Apr '17 5:44:35 PM Arch9enius
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* ''Series/DarkAngel'': Logans' [[AllegedCar Pontiac Aztek]] gets shot up and ploughed into stuff throughout the series, and continues to display the duct tape, missing glass and primered bulletholes throughout. Good work, continuity people.
11th Mar '17 4:49:06 AM Ccook1956
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%%* ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces'', full stop.
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%%* ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces'', full stop.
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* Expect some or all of the vehicles on ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces'' to get wrecked in each episode. Sometimes through accidents, most often through deliberate machinations.
4th Jan '17 7:55:59 PM KillerClowns
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* Enzo's ride in ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' and [[VideoGame/Bayonetta2 its sequel]] invariably gets itself trashed by angels during into sequences.
13th Dec '16 12:11:29 PM Jake
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* ''Series/KnightRider'' was similarly rough on its Pontiac Trans-Ams.
3rd Dec '16 8:43:29 PM manepony101
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* Daitetsu's taxicab in the gag manga, ''Urayasu Tekkin Kazoku'', gets crashed or torn apart at least numerous times since he DrivesLikeCrazy.

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* Daitetsu's taxicab in the gag manga, ''Urayasu Tekkin Kazoku'', gets crashed or at least torn apart at least numerous times since because he DrivesLikeCrazy.
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