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20th May '16 3:58:27 AM erforce
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%%* Ecto-1 from ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.

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%%* Ecto-1 from ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}''.



%%* From ''{{Orgazmo}}'':

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%%* From ''{{Orgazmo}}'':''Film/{{Orgazmo}}'':



%%* The Mirthmobile from ''WaynesWorld''.
* ''TheBluesBrothers'' mention the former Bluesmobile, which was a Cadillac that Elwood traded in for a microphone (a fair trade, we're told). The replacement Bluesmobile seen in the movie was a former police car that at first appears to be TheAllegedCar, but endures more abuse than any automobile reasonably should.

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%%* The Mirthmobile from ''WaynesWorld''.
''Film/WaynesWorld''.
* ''TheBluesBrothers'' ''Film/TheBluesBrothers'' mention the former Bluesmobile, which was a Cadillac that Elwood traded in for a microphone (a fair trade, we're told). The replacement Bluesmobile seen in the movie was a former police car that at first appears to be TheAllegedCar, but endures more abuse than any automobile reasonably should.



* ''National Lampoon's Animal House'' gave us the Deathmobile during the climactic city parade.

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* ''National Lampoon's Animal House'' Film/AnimalHouse'' gave us the Deathmobile during the climactic city parade.
1st May '16 7:42:07 PM hamza678
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1st May '16 7:36:23 PM hamza678
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* ''DeuceBigalowEuropeanGigolo'' has a "pimp boat" complete with hydraulics and spinnaz. Yes. You heard that right. ''A boat with hydraulics and spinnaz''.

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* ''DeuceBigalowEuropeanGigolo'' ''Film/DeuceBigalowEuropeanGigolo'' has a "pimp boat" complete with hydraulics and spinnaz. Yes. You heard that right. ''A boat with hydraulics and spinnaz''.
6th Mar '16 9:49:59 AM nombretomado
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* Although CaptainAmerica's comics vehicles aren't usually visually distinctive (but see Film, below), his also [[WearingAFlagOnyourHead patriotic-themed]] [[HeelFaceTurn foe-turned-ally]] Battlestar has a red-white-and-blue Star Car. In the ''UltimateMarvel'' continuity, he uses a Captain America Tank for about three panels before the Hulk tears it apart. It is also stated that he has his own toyline of similarly themed vehicles.

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* Although CaptainAmerica's ComicBook/CaptainAmerica's comics vehicles aren't usually visually distinctive (but see Film, below), his also [[WearingAFlagOnyourHead patriotic-themed]] [[HeelFaceTurn foe-turned-ally]] Battlestar has a red-white-and-blue Star Car. In the ''UltimateMarvel'' continuity, he uses a Captain America Tank for about three panels before the Hulk tears it apart. It is also stated that he has his own toyline of similarly themed vehicles.



* The TV Movie adaptation of CaptainAmerica gave him a stars-and-stripes motorcycle, with the clear shield forming the windscreen. It fit conveniently in the white van his civilian identity drove.

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* The TV Movie adaptation of CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica gave him a stars-and-stripes motorcycle, with the clear shield forming the windscreen. It fit conveniently in the white van his civilian identity drove.



** An episode has the team trying alternate identities, and Blossom becomes a CaptainAmerica wannabe with a patriotic themed car -- which promptly gets stuck in a traffic jam on the way to a rescue.

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** An episode has the team trying alternate identities, and Blossom becomes a CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica wannabe with a patriotic themed car -- which promptly gets stuck in a traffic jam on the way to a rescue.
4th Mar '16 9:09:15 PM jormis29
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%%* The Phooeymobile from ''HongKongPhooey''.

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%%* The Phooeymobile from ''HongKongPhooey''.''WesternAnimation/HongKongPhooey''.



%%* The Falconcar from ''DynomuttDogWonder''.

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%%* The Falconcar from ''DynomuttDogWonder''.''WesternAnimation/DynomuttDogWonder''.



* ''WackyRaces'' is entirely about improbably-themed vehicles, each fitting with their owners to a T.
%%* ''TeamoSupremo'' would have one, as shown by Paulson about to unveil it to them in the series premiere, but they don't get to use it because they're too young to drive.

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* ''WackyRaces'' ''WesternAnimation/WackyRaces'' is entirely about improbably-themed vehicles, each fitting with their owners to a T.
%%* ''TeamoSupremo'' ''WesternAnimation/TeamoSupremo'' would have one, as shown by Paulson about to unveil it to them in the series premiere, but they don't get to use it because they're too young to drive.



%%* Parodied in ''JohnnyBravo'', where Creator/AdamWest drives the Adamwestmobile.

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%%* Parodied in ''JohnnyBravo'', ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo'', where Creator/AdamWest drives the Adamwestmobile.



* ''TheSimpsons''

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* ''TheSimpsons''''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''



%%* {{Batfink}} and his sidekick Karate drive [[PunnyName the Battillac]].
%%* A few of them in ''CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers''. The Geo-cruiser and the Geo-copter were two of them.
%%* CoolMcCool drove (what else?) the Coolmobile.
%%* The Mystery Machine on ''ScoobyDoo'' has become as iconic as the Scooby gang themselves.

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%%* {{Batfink}} ''WesternAnimation/{{Batfink}}'' and his sidekick Karate drive [[PunnyName the Battillac]].
%%* A few of them in ''CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers''.''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanetAndThePlaneteers''. The Geo-cruiser and the Geo-copter were two of them.
%%* CoolMcCool drove (what else?) the Coolmobile.
%%* The Mystery Machine on ''ScoobyDoo'' ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' has become as iconic as the Scooby gang themselves.



* In the debut episode of ''TheFlintstones'', Barney invents a flying device that catches Fred's attention. Barney wants to call it "the Barney-Copter," but Fred christens it the episode's title, "The Flintstone Flyer."

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* In the debut episode of ''TheFlintstones'', ''WesternAnimation/TheFlintstones'', Barney invents a flying device that catches Fred's attention. Barney wants to call it "the Barney-Copter," but Fred christens it the episode's title, "The Flintstone Flyer."



* CoolMcCool had, naturally, the Coolmobile. One episode had him equipped with a "Coolmoboat."
* According to an episode of ''TheCritic'', Dr. Karvorkian has one of his own. It's [[TheAllegedCar not as impressive as he thinks it is.]]

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* CoolMcCool ''WesternAnimation/CoolMcCool'' had, naturally, the Coolmobile. One episode had him equipped with a "Coolmoboat."
* According to an episode of ''TheCritic'', ''WesternAnimation/TheCritic'', Dr. Karvorkian has one of his own. It's [[TheAllegedCar not as impressive as he thinks it is.]]
28th Feb '16 8:09:09 PM ImpudentInfidel
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* The TV Movie adaptation of CaptainAmerica gave him a stars-and-stripes motorcycle, with the clear shield forming the windscreen.

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* The TV Movie adaptation of CaptainAmerica gave him a stars-and-stripes motorcycle, with the clear shield forming the windscreen. It fit conveniently in the white van his civilian identity drove.
6th Feb '16 11:31:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheYoungOnes'': Vyvyan's Ford Anglia with flames down the side and a leg stuck on the bonnet.
* Played with on ''{{Frasier}}''. Frasier wants to be Corkmaster at his wine club (basically the president). Roz pokes fun at this absurd title by treating it like a superhero alias, saying that "If you win, I'd love a ride in the Cork-mobile."

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* ''TheYoungOnes'': ''Series/TheYoungOnes'': Vyvyan's Ford Anglia with flames down the side and a leg stuck on the bonnet.
* Played with on ''{{Frasier}}''.''Series/{{Frasier}}''. Frasier wants to be Corkmaster at his wine club (basically the president). Roz pokes fun at this absurd title by treating it like a superhero alias, saying that "If you win, I'd love a ride in the Cork-mobile."



%%* On ''{{Seinfeld}}'', when Kramer and Newman rush out of the apartment together, Jerry quips, "To the Idiotmobile!"

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%%* On ''{{Seinfeld}}'', ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', when Kramer and Newman rush out of the apartment together, Jerry quips, "To the Idiotmobile!"
31st Jan '16 8:35:25 AM nombretomado
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* In one episode of Challenge of the SuperFriends, Batman had a ''bat rocket.'' Which he flew to the ''moon.'' In under ''one minute.''

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* In one episode of Challenge ''Challenge of the SuperFriends, {{WesternAnimation/Superfriends}}'', Batman had a ''bat rocket.'' Which he flew to the ''moon.'' In under ''one minute.''
14th Jan '16 10:08:36 PM jormis29
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** The ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers, with a significantly lower budget, had "Quin-Jetta" -- a Volkswagen Jetta with "GLA" painted on the doors. Later, after getting the benefits of government sanction, a garage was shown with all sorts of things, like Big Bertha's Bouncing Buggy and Flatman's Flatamaran. SquirrelGirl ends up in the Squirrel-a-Gig, an autogyro with a definite squirrel motif that's based on the Bat-Whirlygig.

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** The ComicBook/GreatLakesAvengers, with a significantly lower budget, had "Quin-Jetta" -- a Volkswagen Jetta with "GLA" painted on the doors. Later, after getting the benefits of government sanction, a garage was shown with all sorts of things, like Big Bertha's Bouncing Buggy and Flatman's Flatamaran. SquirrelGirl Comicbook/SquirrelGirl ends up in the Squirrel-a-Gig, an autogyro with a definite squirrel motif that's based on the Bat-Whirlygig.
28th Nov '15 5:58:50 PM nombretomado
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** Catman has also acquired a Catmobile, as seen in ''SecretSix''. He drives it while insisting any similarities between his name and costume and Batman are strictly coincidental. He also had a Catamaran in his Silver Age appearances.

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** Catman has also acquired a Catmobile, as seen in ''SecretSix''.''ComicBook/SecretSix''. He drives it while insisting any similarities between his name and costume and Batman are strictly coincidental. He also had a Catamaran in his Silver Age appearances.
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