4. James Bond villain Scaramanga's AMC 1974 Matador Coupe-plane
He's "The Man With the Golden Gun," but Francisco Scaramanga is also the owner of a car that can fly. The autoa goldenrod yellow 1974 AMC Matador Coupehas mounted wings and sits parked on Scaramanga's private island (evil hideout) in the Caribbean. It's not the greatest-looking thing, but it's from a Bond film and thus has major cool cache.
3. Wonder Woman's Invisible Plane
Comic book superheroes have their fair share of suped-up modes of transportation, but since Wonder Woman is without her own powers of flight, she relies on an airplane to travel quickly and stealthily. The thing isit's invisible. The type of plane is closer to a military fighter, although drawings of it vary over the decades of Wonder Woman's illustrious crime-fighting career.
2. The Pan Am Clipper Orion, from 2001: A Space Odyssey
We know it's difficult to imagine civilized space travel let alone civilized terrestrial travel, but back in the late 1960s, Stanley Kurbrick envisioned a new sort of Pan Am plane (and flight attendant). The Pan Am Clipper Orion wasn't phased by Earth's atmosphere and it was a slick thing to behold. Virgin Galactic may be coming close with their SpaceShips, but they'll still never be Pan Am.
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1. Austin Power's Shagadelic Boeing 747
Does this plane make you hornydoes it?! Yeah, baby, yeah. (Sorry, we had to do it). Austin's groovy Boeing 747 whisks the "International Man of Mystery" around the world on his zany missions, but we're sure he gets plenty of rest (ahhem) on the round rotating bed and gets plenty of work done in the conference room. Powers' shagadelic plane is basically Air Force One's rebellious older brother. And don't you just know it probably has a "playroom" way in the back.