No. 10: The Black Beauty -- a 1966 Chrysler Imperial -- was on "The Green Hornet" for 26 episodes in 1966 and 1967, according to IMDB.com.
No. 9: The Munster Coach on "The Munsters" was in 70 episodes in the mid-1960s.
No. 8: K.I.T.T. was in 90 episodes of "Knight Rider" in the 1980s.
No. 7: The Ford Gran Torino in "Starsky and Hutch" was in 93 episodes from 1975-79.
No. 6: "The A-Team" drove around in a GMC G-Series van in 98 episodes from 1983-87.
No. 5: For 114 episodes in the 1980s, Don Johnson drove around in a Ferrari Daytona Spyder or Ferrari Testarossa in "Miami Vice."
No. 4: Roger Moore drove a Volvo P1800 in "The Saint" for 118 episodes through most of the 1960s.
No. 3: The Batmobile in "Batman" is one of the most recognizable cars in television shows after 120 episodes.
No. 2: The General Lee in the "Dukes Of Hazzard" was a 1969 Dodge Charger. The show was on the air for 147 episodes.
No. 1: Tom Selleck drove around Hawaii on "Magnum P.I." in a Ferrari 308 GTS for 162 episodes from 1980-88.
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