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  • Ok, I get that this is a list of TV show cars. It has to include the Batmobile and the General Lee. If we add movies, then the Trans Am in Smokey and the Bandit. And Christine can absolutely be added. But Pimp My Ride and the other car shows should NOT be on the list. They are car shows, not show's where the car is the Star. This list TOTALLY needs to be redone.

    3. The Spy Who Loved Me 1977 Lotus Esprit: In this 1977 film, it's a Lotus that turns into a submarine. That's enough to make it the third greatest movie/TV car of all time.

  • 3. The Spy Who Loved Me 1977 Lotus Esprit: In this 1977 film, it's a Lotus that turns into a submarine. That's enough to make it the third greatest movie/TV car of all time.

    Our love of cars started right here. Movie and TV cars are literally the stuff of dreams. We're all let into theaters and plopped in front of the tube long before we're issued driver licenses.

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    This was another cool one I'd forgot all about. The hardcastle & McCormik Coyote...really cool TV car.

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    Our love of cars started right here. Movie and TV cars are literally the stuff of dreams. We're all let into theaters and plopped in front of the tube long before we're issued driver licenses.

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2. Goldfinger 1963 Aston Martin DB5: The greatest James Bond car is fitted by Q with "modifications" for this 1964 movie. The standard against which all spy, movie and TV cars are judged. Last year it sold at auction for $4.6 million.