The Homer: now a real(ish) car from Hot Wheels

In 1991, The Simpsons episode called Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? aired, in which Homer becomes an auto-executive and designs a car that is used to show why American auto-manufacturing had failed: now you can own that car.

In 2014, Hot Wheels released a scale model of The Homer, true in nearly every detail. As reviewer David E notes: "innovative features like the quarreling kids dome in back, and huge cup holders. I wish the doors opened and it had a horn that played La Cucaracha." Me too, David E.

Me too.

Hot Wheels The Homer! Homer Simpson Car

(via Kottke)