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  1. Ronald McDouchebag at |

    wow, this was a really bad list…..just wow.

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  2. Scott at |

    Worst list ever. No, seriously, this list makes me vomit.

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  3. John N at |

    No Batmobile????

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    1. Fais22 at |

      hahaha…I totally agree with u

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  4. quiethunder at |

    I thought this was supposed to be a list of great movie and TV cars, not vehicle related shows? Lame…

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  5. WTFdaily at |

    Great post,I like it.

    a lot of things I'll learn from you

    I wish my site is the same popular to your site.

    The Intercept ?

    why ?

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  6. Patrick at |

    What? Where's Christine? My Mother the Car? Batmobile? General Lee? Wow…no wonder I hardly ever look at the lists on this site. Do you even try?

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  7. Sammy Butler at |

    You forgot the most infamous car in TV history. You forgot "Mother" from My Mother The Car!! Ha, ha, ha, ha!!

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    1. Sammy Butler at |

      I also agree that the General Lee and the Batmobile should be on the list somewhere, as well as "Mother".

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  8. Dan at |

    "Pimp my Ride" wins over "Top Gear"? You gotta be kidding….

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  9. Terry at |

    It's not movies though; that's the point – some people need to calm down!

    Great list, some funny tv shows in there!

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  10. JP Jones at |

    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.

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  11. Slimgoodfellow at |

    WTF? Where is The Dukes of Hazzard? It should be #1.

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    1. jason stone at |

      i could not agree more..EVERYONE who is about 25 years or older..knows exactly who/what The General Lee is..i grew up watching the Dukes of Hazzard..and even though as i've gotten older…the re runs a few years back on cable tv..the writing and acting were mediocre at best..but the car was truly the star..the horn..the way to get in and out of it..it was almost always spotless…and to top it off..if a person got hurt or went missing..ok..sure..find them and bring the perps to justice…but sabotage the General Lee??…you'd swear someone was murdered..this list inst a list without the General Lee

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  12. Nicole Gabriel at |

    It’s not movies though; that’s the point – some people need to calm down!
    Great list, some funny tv shows in there!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  13. baloch at |

    good list I have used to find some videos for my site http://slashvid.com

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  14. Jekara at |

    Huh. My car got ‘Pimped’ on Pimp My Ride and I’m very happy with it. It’s a car show, whether y’all like it or not.

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  15. Kristaldundun at |

    Bad list, what about ” fast and furious” or atleast” dude, where’s my car”.

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  16. Byron at |

    Top Gear is by far the best show on this list. It should have been number one.

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  17. Felicity at |

    In what sense was the car the star of Driving School (#9)?

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  18. Byron T. Fribrane at |

    Of course you need to include the Batmobile. The Black Beauty. The Monkeemobile. Jim Rockford’s Firebird. Thomas Magnum’s Ferrari. Hell, what about Danno’s Camaro on the new Hawaii Five-O?

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  19. Chad Harrison at |

    Now, what would WWE’s The Miz have to say about this . . . . . Oh yeah! “Really?…Really?!…Really!?!…REALLY!!!”

    This Top 10 sucks so bad it could siphon gas!!!

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  20. Ronny at |

    Transformers :D

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  21. Jimmy at |

    Wow .. pimp my ride according to your list is better than the British Top Gear … seems legit bro ;-)

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  22. Emilio at |

    Nobody old enough to remember “Route 66″ (1960-1964) starring George Maharis and Buz Murdock but the real star was a 1960 Chevy Corvette.
    Bearcat (1971) starring Rod Taylor (on right) and Dennis Cole in a 1914 Stutz Bearcat.
    Magnum, Batman, Knight Rider, Starsky & Hutch, Chips (motorcycles)
    Of course the “General Lee” should be #1 in the list!

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  23. Patrick at |

    How is it that only 3 fictional shows make this list? Where’s Batman? How about The Dukes of Hazzard? Starsky & Hutch? Even The Munsters had a smooth ride, and that was a rebuilt hearse.

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  24. Stephen Shepherd at |

    My husband is an ASE Certified Master technician and has worked on cars for 30 years. I was wondering if there are any shows that he could be on or start. He does transmission and engine work among all the other maintenance on cars. He usually does them in half the time it requires.He has built hot rods from bottom to top. Pretty much if it has wheels he can fix it. He watches a lot of the auto and motorcycle shows all the time. I wish there was someone out there that could contact him and give him a chance. If interested his phone number is 815-289-9948 or mine is 941-527-6182 and my name is Liz. Thank you for your time!

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