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  • Car Dealerships
    • Airport Auto Group
        • Commercial Dexter watches. (Season 2 episode An Inconvenient Lie)
    • Armistead's Mopeds
        • Moped dealer in the neighborhood where Homer moves in with two gay guys. (Season 14 episode Three Gays of the Condo)
    • Autos Away
        • Used car lot advertised in newspaper where Peter finds the ad for amateur wrestlers. “Used cars at great prices” / “No interest for up to 60 months”
    • Beverly Hills German Motors
        • Alan takes Charlie’s car in for service, meets a woman who thinks Charlie's car is his car, takes her back to his mother's house pretending it's his house, where she convinces him to put on a red chiffon dress, at which point she steals his clothes and Charlie's car. (Season 6 episode The Mooch at the Boo)
    • Blubber Man Dan
        • One of several used car salesman that died shortly after getting married (Season 2 episode Death of a Few Salesmen)
    • Bob's RV Round-Up
        • Bart and Lisa try to return the RV that Homer buys with Marge's nest egg. (Season 16 episode Mobile Homer)
    • Boris' Car Loft
        • After being fired from the power plant, Homer gets a job selling cars. (Season 15 episode Diatribe of a Mad Housewife)
    • California Charlie's Used Cars
        • Marion trades in her old car for a new one using the money she stole. The car dealership was actually Harry Maher's used car lot near Universal Studios.
    • Conley Car Emporium
        • Mayor Conway's automotive dealership. "No credit? No problem… I own the bank!" (Season 2 episode A Small Town)
    • Cowboy Cody's Used Car Corral
        • Used car salesman that dies when Sledge Hammer sees him on TV an says he wishes he was dead (Season 2 episode Death of a Few Salesmen)
    • Crazy Phil
        • One of several used car salesman that died shortly after getting married (Season 2 episode Death of a Few Salesmen)
    • Crocodile Bruce
        • Sledge Hammer goes undercover as a used car salesman (Season 2 episode Death of a Few Salesmen)
    • Depeche Motors
        • Automotive dealership where Sitwell considers buying a convertible - play on the band name Depeche Mode (Season 2)
    • Dwayne Hoover's Exit Eleven Pontiac Village
        • He went past his principal place of business, which was Dwayne Hoover's Exit Eleven Pontiac Village, and he turned into the parking lot of the new Holiday Inn next door. Dwayne owned a third of the Inn—in partnership with Midland City's leading orthodontist, Dr. Alfred Maritimo, and Bill Miller, who was Chairman of the Parole Board at the Adult Correctional Institution at Shepherdstown, among other things.
    • Egeland Motors
        • Car dealership advertised on The Miami Tribute website. (Season 3 episode The Damage a Man Can Do)
    • European International Motors
        • Dealership where Jerry buys his new car. (Season 9 episode The Dealership)
    • Fair Deal Dan
        • Episode Herman the Tire Kicker. Herman buys a convertible for Marilyn from a fly-by-night used-car dealer named Fair Deal Dan.
    • Gulf Shore Motors
        • Dexter buys a new car while stalking his next victim. (Season 2 episode An Inconvenient Lie)
    • Harry's Used Cars
        • Stiles swaps his old Nova for what becomes the Wolfmobile van at Harry's Used Cars - what he calls an even swap, with one caveat requiring him to write "Courtesy of Harry's Used Cars" on the side.
    • Jerry’s Cadillac New record added 11/6/2021
        • Dealership in Tustin. “If you want a Caddy, I’m your daddy.” (Season 10 episode Bazinga! That’s From a TV Show)
    • Keedsler Motors
        • The truck was passing through the area where Dwayne Hoover's stepparents had come from. They had trekked from West Virginia to Midland City during the First World War, to make big money at the Keedsler Automobile Company, which was manufacturing airplanes and trucks. When they got to Midland City, they had their name changed legally from Hoobler to Hoover, because there were so many black people in Midland City named Hoobler.
    • Kriesel Bros Used Cars
        • Sketch featuring Steve as one of the Kriesel brothers hooked up to a lie detector machine (Steve Martin's All Commercials TV special)
    • Lanford Custom Cycle
        • Dan and Roseanne begin their new motorcycle repair shop business in Season 4.
    • Madman Mike
        • One of several used car salesman that died shortly after getting married (Season 2 episode Death of a Few Salesmen)
    • Mainbury Motors
        • Car dealership in Florida. Pablo attempts to draw a picture of Ruby on a form with the company's name on it in Season 2 episode Home.
    • Manhattan West Side Motors LLC
        • Car dealership that loses several vehicles to Cipher's zombie program to capture the nuclear football.
    • Metropolis Luxury Auto
        • Clark, under the influence of red Kryptonite, breaks into several ATM machines and uses the money to buy a new car. (Season 3 episode Exile)
    • Midtown Mercedes
        • Where Rebecca looks to buy a new car (Season 7 episode 1 How to Recede in Business)
    • Monstropolis Motors
        • There's an advertisement for the Behemoth automobile, now available at Monstropolis Motors at the Monsters Inc. "Mike and Sulley to the Rescue" attraction at Disney California Adventure. "Nothing rides like a Behemoth"
    • Motortown Used Cars
        • Used car lot advertised in newspaper where Peter finds the ad for amateur wrestlers. “All the cars in stock!”
    • New Century Cadillac
        • Car dealership where Jerry buys a new car for his father. (Season 7 episode The Cadillac)
    • Norm’s Auto World New record added 10/31/2021
        • Lisette meant to tape Christine’s campaign commercial, but she taped wrong channel - a commercial for Norm’s Auto World. (Season 9 episode P.S. Do I Know You?)
    • The O.K. Car-ral
        • Homer cashes in his 401k to buy a Canyonero SUV after seeing Krusty's, which later turns out to be an F Series, the feminine model. (Season 10 episode Marge Simpson in Screaming Yellow Honkers)
    • Rauseo Bros. Motors
        • Automotive dealer where Frasier buys Daphne a new car (Season 2 episode Daphne's Room)
    • Springfield Bentley
        • By taking a new car for a test drive at the Springfield Bentley car dealership, Homer gets a gift certificate for a three-hour getaway to The Mingled Waters Health Spa. (Season 7 episode Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily)
    • Sunset Chevrolet
        • "Jim Cogan went to work at Mountain Outlook Advertising in Denver on Wednesday, April the 23rd, 1980, just like any other Wednesday," Vince said. "That's what she told me. He had a portfolio of drawings he'd been working on for Sunset Chevrolet, one of the big local car companies that did a ton of print advertising with Mountain Outlook—a very valuable client. Cogan had been one of four artists on the Sunset Chevrolet account for the last three years, she said, and she was positive the company was happy with Jim's work, and the feeling was mutual—Jim liked working on the account. She said his specialty was what he called ‘holy-shit women.' When I asked what that was, she smiled and said they were pretty ladies with wide eyes and open mouths, and usually with their hands clapped to their cheeks. The drawings were supposed to say, ‘Holy shit, what a buy I got at Sunset Chevrolet!'"
    • Surfin' Sam
        • One of several used car salesman that died shortly after getting married (Season 2 episode Death of a Few Salesmen)
    • T&E Sales
        • Sign on a truck where Marianne Peters works. Appears to be a helicopter dealership.
    • Town Line Motors
        • Car dealership on Main Street in Castle Rock, from microfilm newspaper that Henry Deaver reads. (Season 1 episode The Box)
    • The Used Car Circus
        • Where Sam goes to buy a new car after he sells his Corvette (Season 8 episode 5 The Two Faces of Norm)
    • Vicious Cycle Racing Bikes
        • Homer buys Bart a new bike after Dr. Hibbert runs over his old one. (Season 15 episode I, Annoyed Grunt-Bot)
    • Volkswagen World
        • The children of Springfield Elementary are playing Punch Buggy when the school bus passes a Volkswagen dealership on their field trip to Capital City. (Season 14 episode Bart vs. Lisa vs. The Third Grade)
    • Wranglin' Rick
        • One of several used car salesman that died shortly after getting married (Season 2 episode Death of a Few Salesmen)

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