Quiz: Guess The TV Show By The Main Character's Car

Most great TV series are designed to be memorable from the ground up, from the cast to the clothing to the locations used. The same goes for the vehicles that the characters use to get around. Some series avoid issues of transportation altogether, which inevitably strengthens the bonds that viewers have with the shows that do give their cars an ample amount of focus. And so we’ve rounded up ten vehicles from shows of all eras, to see if you dear readers can figure out what shows they came from. Hope it doesn’t…drive…you crazy.

Let's kick things off with a no-brainer.



Kind of Vehicle: 1969 Dodge Charger. The kind of car that spends just as much time in the air as it does on the road.


The Dukes of Hazzard



Kind of Vehicle: 2004 Pontiac Aztek. The kind of car you don’t mind driving around in until you earn enough money to buy something flashier.


Breaking Bad



Kind of Vehicle: 1957 Chevrolet Series 6800 Superior bus. The kind of vehicle you wouldn’t mind traveling the country in and delighting people with joy-inspiring ditties.


The Partridge Family



Kind of Vehicle: 1971 Cadillac Funeral Coach S&S Victoria. The kind of car that can be used to unintentionally promote the family business.


Six Feet Under



Kind of Vehicle: 1989 Chrysler LeBaron. The kind of car that a movie star would drive, or at least a dentist that could be mistaken for a movie star.





Kind of Vehicle: 1981 Ferrari 308 GTS. The kind of car that gets you from one gorgeous and dangerous location to the next.


Magnum P.I.



Kind of Vehicle: 1968 Dodge Polara. The kind of car that the entire family can fit in, although you might want to put one of the kids in the trunk.


The Wonder Years



Kind of Vehicle: 1966 Imperial Crown Black Beauty. The kind of car that can fit not only passengers, but also some explosives and other weapons.


The Green Hornet



Kind of Vehicle: 1985 Pontiac Fiero. The kind of car you can have a ton of memories in with the guarantee that it’ll last a long time.


How I Met Your Mother



Kind of Vehicle: A one-of-a-kind ride created from three different Ford Model T bodies. The kind of car you’d love to be caught dead driving in public.


The Munsters

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