Top 10 Crazy TV Cars You Just Can’t Forget


Whether because they’re awful or awfully cool, certain cars from certain television shows have become icons. Love ‘em or hate ‘em, here’s our list of the top 10 most iconic television vehicles.


The General Lee — The iconic 1969 Dodge Charger from The Dukes of Hazard (shown above)


The Batmobile — Created by George Barris from a 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car for the original Batman television series


Starsky and Hutch’s Gran Torino — ’74 and ’76 models were also used, as they were identical to the 1975 version


The A-Team Van — A 1983 GMC G-series owned by show character B.A. Barachus


K.I.T.T. — The talking 1982 Pontiac Trans Am from the show Knight Rider, officially named the Knight Industries Two Thousand (hence K.I.T.T.)


Magnum P.I.’s Ferrari — Thomas Magnum’s Ferrari was actually three models: a 1979 308 GTS, a 1981 308 GTSi, and a 1984 GTS QV


Daisy Duke’s Dixie — While not as famous as the General Lee, Daisy sure did look good in her 1980 Jeep CJ-7


The MonkeeMobile — Dean Jeffries’s crazy custom 1966 Pontiac GTO, built for The Monkees


Get Smart’s 1965 Sunbeam Tiger — Agent 86’s convertible during the first two seasons of the show


1964 Munster Coach — Built by George Barris for The Munsters, this outlandish creation used three Model T bodies and a 289 Ford V8

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