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The General Lee

1969 Dodge Charger R/T from the Dukes of Hazzard
1975 Ford Gran Torino

This red beauty starred in the hit 1970s show Starsky and Hutch
Knight Industries 2000

KITT was the Black Pontiac Trans Am from Knight Rider
308 Ferrari GTS

The striking red Ferrari from Magnum P.I.
A-Team GMC Van

The A-Team fought crime in this 1983 GMC Van
Classic Cars & Parts

An Introduction to Classic, Antique, and Vintage Cars

Classic Cars on Television

It began with Henry Ford's revolutionary concept of the assembly line to mass produce cars and has evolved into a passion for driving. Not only do we love driving cars, we also love watching them driven - both in a sporting avenue and on screen. Television has grown to be an intricate part of our lives at the same time as cars have defined our economy and interests. It was therefore natural that the two saw their paths intersect, with cars playing key entertainment roles in television and movies. This site features five of the classic television cars that have had a substantial impact on our culture.

These are certainly not the only cars that have been featured on television shows or in movies. There have been numerous other muscle cars, luxury cars, jalopies and super sports cars with notable television roles. Some of these other cars include the Get Smart Tiger Sunbeam, Pontiac Firebird Esprit from the Rockford Files, the Batmobile, Green Hornet Chrysler Imperial, Mercury Parklane and Mercury Marquis from Hawaii five-O, Ferrari 365/GTB/4 Daytona Spyder from Miami Vice, Nash Bridge's Plymouth Barracuda, Dodge Viper crime fighting car from the series Viper, Munsters' Koach, the Mannix Oldsmobile Tornado, Dodge Stealth from Bandit, Flinstone's Flintmobile and the Beverly Hillbillies' Jalopy.