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Christmas Gift Guide

Family portrait

License plate

The Homer hits the road

Backseat bubble

Refreshment at the ready

Green and more green

Bowler onboard

Honk, honk

For the 24 Hours of LeMons race -- in which a team cannot spend more than $500 on its car -- Porcubimmer Motors turned a superleggera rally car into a real-life version of the Homer-mobile designed by none other than Homer J. Simpson.
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The car Homer designed for his brother Herb Powell's auto manufacturer in "The Simpsons" episode "O Brother, Where Art Thou" is a testament to all that is Homer-iffic. We particularly like the "Bort" number plates.
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The Homer car clocked in fifth in the June 29 Button Turrible race in Los Angeles.
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Bart and Lisa sit in the domed backseat, which in "The Simpsons" came equipped with leashes and muzzles for fighting kids.
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Enormous externally mounted cup holders? Check.
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Homer Simpson may not know anything about design, but he knows what he likes, and apparently he likes green.
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Another realistic touch: the hood ornament of a bowler.
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The chrome, roof-mounted horn on Porcubimmer Motors' version of the Homer-mobile even blasts "La Cucaracha," just like it did in the series.
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