• James Bonds' Aston Martin DBS
    • Linda Joy
      Nice choice!
    • Archie Bunker
      If I only had $300,000 sitting around.
    • Archie Bunker
      Then again, if you want total stud-factor, there's always the 1977 Pontiac Trans Am.
    • mushroom
      There's one of Bond's for sale at Sotheby's.
    • Archie Bunker
      I don't like the old ones. Besides, I'm not gonna pay $6million for a car. $5million....yes. But not 6.
  • none of thenn, i dont even have a driver's license
  • One of the muscle cars from Dirty Mary Crazy Larry or the car from Bonnie and Clyde
    • mushroom
      As I recall, there wasn't much left of B&C's car, nor was there much left of either of them.
    • Stpauligerle
      Okay I'll rephrase it for your happiness. I would take one of the cars from Dirty Mary Crazy Larry before they wrecked them. Does that make more sense
  • The beautiful 1936 Buick 'Roadmaster' customised by Bohman & Schwartz for the Topper movie of 1937.
  • The Mitsubishi Eclipse from Fast and Furious
  • Christine. She's a red 1958 Plymouth Fury. To get your hands on one that is in good condition, you have to shell out at least fifty grand.
    • Professor Yaffle
      The self-repairing ability would be useful but as I recall it didn't work out too well for Christine's owners!
  • Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang. The ability to fly would mean no more traffic jams for me.
  • The Batmobile
  • Any from the Fast and Furious movies
  • A Back to the future DMC DeLorean Time Machine with a fully functional flux capacitor.
  • The DeLorean from Back to the Future.

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