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  • TV Acres - Transportation section, including Aircraft, Automobiles, Bicycles, Boats, Buses, Motorcycles, Motorhomes, Spacecraft, Time Machines, Trains,
    Trucks and Wagons.

Boats -- Cars -- Submarines -- Spaceships


  • Ships on Films & TV - Small database of ships which have appeared on TV and the Cinema in UK & Eire. [At present Naval Ships are excluded].


  • Car Stars of Film and Television - a.k.a. "The real reason to bother watching that show."  - This site has a lot of cool photographs of cars that starred on TV shows including The A-Team van, the "Batmobile," the Green Hornet's "Black Beauty" and the Dukes of Hazzard's "General Lee" Dodge Charger.

  • Cars of the Stars - This car website is based in the United Kingdom. It features cars from both movies and television. Its collection includes film cars like the James Bond cars, and the gull-winged Deloreon from the movie Back to the Future as well as TV favorites like the Munster's  "Munstermobile," Thomas Magnum's Ferrari, and Simon Templar's white Volvo sport car from the adventure series The Saint. This is a Fun site.

  • Fiddlers Green - Fiddlers Green has downloadable paper models of airplanes, buildings, cars, trains, and boats.See also Joe Johnson's Die-Cast Cars

  • Great American Automobile Ad - Videos filled with compilations of automobile promotional ads and TV commercials seen on television over the years.

  • George Barris - King of the Kustomizers - Classic cars from George Barris, the creator of The Batmobile, The Munster's Koach, The General Lee, The Monkee-Mobile and The Beverly Hillbillies Truck. 

  • Petersen Automotive Museum - The three-level, 300,000-square foot building is chock full of gorgeous, glittering dream cars, street scenes, art galleries with paintings devoted to the automobile as subject. The museum also has an entire section dedicated to Hollywood automobiles and cars owned by Tinseltown celebrities, as well as cars that were featured in movies & television.

  • Stars Cars Museum - Star Cars features the best of  Hollywood movie and TV cars. On display are Eleanor, the 1967 Mustang from Gone in Sixty Seconds, The Ghostbusters Ectomobile, The Munster's Drag-u-la, 'General Lee' from The Dukes of Hazzard, 'and the Flintstone-mobile from the movie The Flintstones.  Personal cars of famous Hollywood stars including Bob Hope, Burt Reynolds, Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley are also on display. Other highlights of your tour, are 'Herbie, the Love Bug' in astounding action, the James Bond Golden Eye BMW, and a studio car from Batman Returns. The Star Cars Museum is located at 914 Parkway in Gatlinburg, TN   (865) 430-220.

  • Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site - Nice selection of GTOs in movies, TV, commercials, and GTO celebrity owners collected by Sean Mattingly.

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  • The SubCommittee - Focuses on submarine modeling, both R/C and static. This site has a great photo gallery of submarines used for TV shows & Movies.


  • Star Ship Modeler- A nice collection of models inspired by TV science fiction programs like Star Trek, Babylon Five and Lost In Space, among others.

  • Star Trek Database - Everything you wanted to know about the Star Trek franchise. including a nice graphics section for spacecrafts used on the series.

  • The Strange Mechanism Museum/Neo - Collection of vessels, vehicles, robots, artillery, missiles, and spacecraft gathered together by Akira Sahara.

  • The Ten Coolest Spaceship on TV and the Movies - A personal view by Van Plexico. His best picks of spaceships in science fiction on film and video.


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