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Famous TV Cars We All Recognize

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Scooby and the gang rolled around in style in this Mystery Machine!
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As a society, there are certain things that often break through barriers, allowing all to bond together. These are culturally significant events, phenomena, and people that transcend generations and differences, being things that nearly all know of. Often times these tend to be people, shows, movies, and other pop culture references that reach across to the masses. Sometimes, there are particular facets that stick out even more, such as the cars from movies and television shows. These are some of our favorite famous cars from the media that we think just about anyone can identify!

The General Lee – Dukes of Hazard

This classic sitcom from the 1970s and 1980s had a lot of impact on American culture throughout its time on the air. A pair of denim short shorts earned its name “daisy dukes” from the character Daisy Duke on the show since she was known for this fashion piece. However, nothing stood out quite like the Dodge Charger known as General Lee.

The Batmobile – Batman

Many culturally significant things have come from the various Batman franchises that we have seen throughout history, but one thing always stands out starting with the original show in the 1960s, the Batmobile. This car is always equipped with just about everything one can imagine, preparing the titular hero for anything he may come across.

The Mystery Machine – Scooby Doo, Where Are You!

Similar to the Batmobile carrying over across every iteration of Batman, the Mystery Machine has been the car carrying around the gang from Mystery Incorporated for generations starting in the late 1960s. This hippie van has been an essential part of growing up for most as we all watched Scooby and the gang solve mysteries around the globe!

Ferraris – Miami Vice and Magnum P.I.

Ferraris really took off after two popular detective shows filled television screens everywhere. Don Johnson’s leading roll in Miami Vice drove a hotrod Ferrari around Miami while he solved crimes and Tom Selleck’s role as personal investigator in Magnum P.I did as well. These two prominent cultural moments led to a growth in Ferrari sales and now has created a permanent association of Ferraris with investigative work.

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