It’s no secret that people love movie cars. In most cases, the wackier the car, the more fans it will have. Some of these vehicles, like the General Lee that boasted a custom Dukes of Hazzard horn, have become so iconic that car buffs have built them in their own garages to showcase and even drive occasionally.
Some cars are more popular than others, though. If you’re wondering which wacky vehicle tops the list, here are some of the most frequently replicated movie and television cars.
You might still be upset about true hoverboards not being available for purchase yet, but you can find custom-built replicas of the time-travelling DeLorean just about everywhere you look. Completely driveable and equipped with flux capacitors, these cars are among the most frequently spotted on the road or at car shows.
There have been numerous iterations of this classic superhero vehicle through the years, and it’s safe to say that there are probably multiple replicas of each of them out in the world today.
The decked-out hearse from Ghostbusters is nothing short of iconic. In fact, die-hard fans of the films have taken it upon themselves to create their very own ghost catching cars. They even have the Ghostbusters logo painted on the doors and back hatch!
The Dukes of Hazzard went through about 300 General Lee cars as a result of all the stuntwork, but those stunts are what made people fall in love with the bright orange charger. Now, diecast 1:18 scale General Lee models adorn the shelves of those who can’t afford the custom paint job. Dukes of Hazzard toys and other Dukes of Hazzard memorabilia have been popular since the show ran, but the diecast 1:18 scale General Lee has remained one of the most popular.
For those fans who can’t get by with Dukes of Hazzard shirts or mock flux capacitors, building custom car replicas is the next biggest thing to prove just how much of a fan you are.