The Pontiac Aztek is one of the most notorious crossover vehicles of the early 2000s. Pontiac only sold the SUV between 2000 and 2005 because it failed to gain traction with car buyers. Many buyers found the Aztek unconventional and not very attractive. Car critics found the Aztek to be a good, reliable vehicle for a variety of purposes. Though unspectacular, it gets the job done. That’s exactly what Walter White should have accepted of himself, but what can you do? The baby-blue meth called, and Heisenberg kept answering, often driving his Aztek to the lab to cook. This makes it an iconic symbol of Albuquerque’s crime megahit.
The Puzzle Machine (Scooby-Doo)
Through a series of variations, spin-offs and sequels, the Scooby Doo Franchise is effortlessly soothing and entertaining. A group of friends solving puzzles with a talking dog sounds like something out of our dreams. The Mystery Machine stands for much more than just transport. His reliability and ability to serve as a safe haven from the monsters Scooby, Shaggy and the gang that Scooby, Shaggy and the gang encounter helps ease the audience’s and characters’ fears. This junk van also reminds many stoners of their days experimenting with their substance of choice (but the kids don’t need to know about it…)
The Boatmobile (SpongeBob SquarePants)
One of the reasons viewers of all ages have fallen in love with Nickelodeon’s infinitely optimistic sea sponge is its stamina. The running gag that Spongebob just can’t pass his driving test and can’t get his driver’s license for more than two decades of screen time will never get old. The boatmobile symbolizes that elusive success that eludes all of us, no matter what our endeavors. It’s also just plain fun to imagine anthropomorphic animals driving underwater ships to their jobs and errands!
1929 Ford High Boy Roadster pickup (happy days)
Almost five decades after its premiere in 1974 Happy Days remains one of the best nostalgic, era-tinged shows ever shown on television. The series, starring Ron Howard and Henry Winkler, was one of the first times a network sitcom attempted to attract viewers based on sentimentality for their younger years, and the roadster pickup truck that opened by the main characters at the end credit song is a nod to the way we cling to our innocence. I could have picked a variety of different retro hot rods from the show, but this truck’s relevance is enhanced by the fact that it’s already 40 years old in the show’s fictional universe. This takes old school to a whole new level!
Jax Teller’s 2003 Harley-Davidson Dyna Super Glide Sport (Sons of Anarchy)
If you’ve watched the entire series of FX’s most popular drama of 2010, you probably know this Sons of Anarchy is about a million more things than motorcycles. Loyalty, betrayal, small town politics, family and brotherhood are the main thematic symbols of the show. Still, the bikes these guys rode down the fictional streets of Charming, California were often pretty pretty. No motorcycle was more eye-catching than Jax Teller’s (Charlie Hunnam) Harley-Davidson Dyna Super Glide Sport. Jax rode this bike for much of the series and it represented many things about his character. Jax was a club member’s unit. He never shied away from the attention of being the heir apparent to the SAMCRO Presidency. He was brash, boisterous, loyal to the max, and caught the attention of the room as he entered. The Dyna Super Glide Sport was synonymous with many of those same attributes, and Jackson was as loyal to that machine as he was to everything else in his life.
Combining the feel-good family vibes of Fred’s Mystery Machine Scooby Doo and KITT out knight riderget the chevy impala from supernatural. This fantastic vehicle was the Avenue brothers Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) who used them to track down the forces of evil over a decade and a half of the popular sci-fi series. Present in almost every important scene, this impala symbolized the antidote to evil spirits, so to speak. The Metallicar earned this nickname due to the Winchester brothers’ fan base for heavy metal music while riding in the vehicle.
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