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1st Aug '16 3:07:40 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheMunsters'' Grampa has Dragula.

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* ''TheMunsters'' ''Series/TheMunsters'' Grampa has Dragula.
22nd Jun '16 2:01:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''KiddVideo'' had that cool car-vehicle thing in which they rolled around the Flipside, that served as a mobile home.
* The titular vehicle in ''TheMagicSchoolBus''.

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* ''KiddVideo'' ''WesternAnimation/KiddVideo'' had that cool car-vehicle thing in which they rolled around the Flipside, that served as a mobile home.
* The titular vehicle in ''TheMagicSchoolBus''.''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus''.



* The ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' have the Party Wagon or Turtle Van (a converted T2 Bus) and the [[HighlyVisibleNinja Turtle Blimp, both with their logo on it.]]

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* The ''TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'' have the Party Wagon or Turtle Van (a converted T2 Bus) and the [[HighlyVisibleNinja Turtle Blimp, both with their logo on it.]]



* Each racing team from ''WackyRaces'' has its own car with a unique design and gadgets.

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* Each racing team from ''WackyRaces'' ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces'' has its own car with a unique design and gadgets.



* The Thundertank from ''{{Thundercats}}''

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* The Thundertank from ''{{Thundercats}}''''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}''



* Dojo, the team's 1200 year-old shapeshifting dragon from ''XiaolinShowdown'' has a giant flying form that the team usually flies on at least once per episode. To a lesser extent: the Silver Manta Ray that's used whenever Dojo is unavailable for some reason.

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* Dojo, the team's 1200 year-old shapeshifting dragon from ''XiaolinShowdown'' ''WesternAnimation/XiaolinShowdown'' has a giant flying form that the team usually flies on at least once per episode. To a lesser extent: the Silver Manta Ray that's used whenever Dojo is unavailable for some reason.
17th Jun '16 5:00:28 PM nombretomado
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* Angel's black Pontiac GTO convertible in ''{{Series/Angel}}''.

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* ''{{Series/Angel}}'':
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Angel's black Pontiac GTO convertible in ''{{Series/Angel}}''.convertible.



* Eric Forman's 1969 Vista Cruiser station wagon in ''That70sShow''.

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* Eric Forman's 1969 Vista Cruiser station wagon in ''That70sShow''.''Series/That70sShow''.
11th Jun '16 4:32:09 AM narm00
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* The Bat-vehicles for the Franchise/{{Batman}} and the Bat Family, especially the Batmobile.

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* The Bat-vehicles for the Franchise/{{Batman}} and the Bat Family, especially the Batmobile.



* The Blackbird from ComicBook/{{X-Men}}. The original was literally a modified Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, illustrating that Professor X is both [[{{Fiction500}} ridiculously wealthy]] and incredibly well-connected, because Lockheed never sold such planes to ''anybody'' except the US government.
* WonderWoman has the invisible airplane, which she continues to use even though she can [[FlyingBrick fly on her own]]

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* The Blackbird from ComicBook/{{X-Men}}.ComicBook/XMen. The original was literally a modified Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird spy plane, illustrating that Professor X is both [[{{Fiction500}} ridiculously wealthy]] and incredibly well-connected, because Lockheed never sold such planes to ''anybody'' except the US government.
* WonderWoman Franchise/WonderWoman has the invisible airplane, which she continues to use even though she can [[FlyingBrick fly on her own]]own]].



* ''Franchise/StarWars'' Episodes, IV through VI[[spoiler:I]], feature the Millenium Falcon

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'' Episodes, Episodes IV through VI[[spoiler:I]], VI[[spoiler:I]] feature the Millenium FalconFalcon.
7th Jun '16 6:43:49 AM Eyeshield
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* Each ''Franchise/MassEffect'' game has its own transport vehicle to get Shepard from the ''[[CoolStarship Normandy]]'' to the surface: the [[TankGoodness Mako]] in 1, the [[DropShip Kodiak]] in 2, and the [[SpaceFighter upgunned UT-47A Kodiak]] in 3.

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* Each ''Franchise/MassEffect'' game has its own transport vehicle to get Shepard from the ''[[CoolStarship Normandy]]'' to the surface: the [[TankGoodness Mako]] in 1, the [[DropShip Kodiak]] in 2, and the [[SpaceFighter upgunned UT-47A Kodiak]] in 3. Of course, the Normandy itself applies, going through a different iteration in each game (The SR-1 SuperPrototype in the first game, then the MidSeasonUpgrade SR-2 and 3 in the succeeding games]].
20th May '16 2:38:58 PM Taxima
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* Each playable class in ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' gain their own personal ships after clearing story missions on their hub world. There are six vehicles total, with Jedi classes and Sith classes sharing the same model.
20th May '16 6:48:53 AM erforce
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* The Film/{{Ghostbusters}}' car with their logo on each side, "Ecto-1"

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* The Film/{{Ghostbusters}}' Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}' car with their logo on each side, "Ecto-1"
13th Apr '16 6:14:52 PM roothorick
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* Standard practice for the leader of most national governments. They're almost always built by a domestic automaker, and are usually a more powerful, armored version (with other modifications) of a mass-produced vehicle available to the public, typically with custom trim to differentiate it from the rank-and-file.

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* Standard practice for the leader of most national governments. They're almost always built by a domestic automaker, and are usually a more powerful, armored version (with other modifications) of a mass-produced vehicle available to the public, typically occasionally with custom trim to differentiate it from the rank-and-file.
13th Apr '16 6:06:00 PM roothorick
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* Standard practice for the leader of most national governments. Frequently

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* Standard practice for the leader of most national governments. Frequently They're almost always built by a domestic automaker, and are usually a more powerful, armored version (with other modifications) of a mass-produced vehicle available to the public, typically with custom trim to differentiate it from the rank-and-file.
13th Apr '16 6:02:30 PM roothorick
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* Standard practice for the leader of most national governments. Frequently
** The United States Presidential state car, colloquially known as "Cadillac One" or simply "The Beast", is a limousine designed from scratch and built on a ''truck platform'' specifically for the US President; unlike the vast majority of state cars around the world, it has no civilian or even rank-and-file military counterpart whatsoever. In the air, while technically, "Air Force One" refers to any airplane that the President is currently in, the planes normally taking the role are heavily modified Boeing VC-25s [[note]]a militarized version of Boeing's iconic 747[[/note]] with [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Air_Force_One_over_Mt._Rushmore.jpg custom livery]].



* US Presidents have a tricked out personal airplane for long trips. The name "Air Force One," however, technically refers to any airplane that the President is currently in.
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