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7th Jun '18 7:06:28 AM DeepRed
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* Many ''Film/JamesBond'' cars since ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}'' are outfitted this way to some extent; most have at least the missiles and machine guns. In the Brosnan movies, Q will barely mention the weapons, focusing more on the car's less obvious functions, because at this point neither Bond nor the viewers are going to be particularly impressed by the car's ability to shoot missiles.

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* Many ''Film/JamesBond'' cars since ''Film/{{Goldfinger}}'' - arguably the TropeCodifier for films - are outfitted this way to some extent; most have at least the missiles and machine guns. In the Brosnan movies, Q will barely mention the weapons, focusing more on the car's less obvious functions, because at this point neither Bond nor the viewers are going to be particularly impressed by the car's ability to shoot missiles.
2nd Jun '18 8:16:18 PM FGHIK
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[[caption-width-right:300:Cut me off and ''die''.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:Cut [[caption-width-right:300:[[DisproportionateRetribution Cut me off and ''die''.and]] ''[[DisproportionateRetribution die]]''.]]
21st May '18 4:47:51 PM darkemyst
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* [[ComicBook/RobinSeries Robin]]'s Redbird. A transforming armored sports car designed to blend in with civilian cars at the push of a button and armed with many of, but not all, the same gadgets as the Batmobile.
15th May '18 1:48:16 AM BoukenDutch
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* ''WesternAnimation/PJMasks'': The Cat-Car can fire furball projectiles, and a sonic wave called the Cat Roar.
13th Apr '18 6:13:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'': In one episode, Grinder added explosive weapons to Team Xtreme's convertible, including missile launchers under the hood and explosives in the passenger's seat to act as a self-destruct. Did we mention the car was being remote-controlled on top of all this?

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* ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'': ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan2000'': In one episode, Grinder added explosive weapons to Team Xtreme's convertible, including missile launchers under the hood and explosives in the passenger's seat to act as a self-destruct. Did we mention the car was being remote-controlled on top of all this?
9th Apr '18 5:59:53 AM Ninamarie124
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8th Apr '18 8:09:52 PM nombretomado
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* The ''MadMax'' franchise (and ''Mad Max II'' aka ''The Road Warrior'' especially) has a lot of vehicles that may or may not qualify for this trope depending on your point of view. The post apocalyptic setting means that there isn't anything high tech, but that doesn't stop them wreaking havoc using vehicles.

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* The ''MadMax'' ''Film/MadMax'' franchise (and ''Mad Max II'' aka ''The Road Warrior'' especially) has a lot of vehicles that may or may not qualify for this trope depending on your point of view. The post apocalyptic setting means that there isn't anything high tech, but that doesn't stop them wreaking havoc using vehicles.
31st Mar '18 6:43:25 AM Harddick_Strokinoff
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* Gilbert's tricked out roadster in ''Anime/BloodBlockadeBattlefront'', complete with plasma cutters, machine guns, & a cannon.

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* Gilbert's tricked out roadster in ''Anime/BloodBlockadeBattlefront'', complete with plasma cutters, machine guns, missiles & a cannon.
31st Mar '18 6:42:31 AM Harddick_Strokinoff
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* Gilbert's tricked out roadster in ''Anime/BloodBlockadeBattlefront'', complete with plasma cutters, machine guns, & a cannon.
16th Mar '18 10:17:22 AM DilanduAlbato
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* OlderThanRadio: Actually dates as far back as 1890 in the form of "Tachanka", a machine-gun-enabled horse carriage, which saw most prominent use during post-Revolution Civil War in Russia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tachanka.

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* OlderThanRadio: Actually dates as far back as 1890 in the form of "Tachanka", a machine-gun-enabled horse carriage, which saw most prominent use during post-Revolution Civil War in Russia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tachanka. Should be mentioned, hovewer, that Tachanka's were essentially the fast machinegun transport, and were supposed to unload the weapon before openong fire. On actual battlefield, of course...
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