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Lil' Bandit

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For the vehicle in The Simpsons: Hit & Run, see Bandit.
Lil' Bandit
Vehicle Information
Owner: Snake Jailbird
Homer Simpson
Maker: Pontiac
Use: Snake's Car
First Appearance: "Separate Vocations"

Lil' Bandit was Snake Jailbird's car.


The Springfield Police are holding a police seized-property auction, and Snake discovers to his horror that his car is one of the lots. He vows to kill whoever buys the car, which turns out to be Homer Simpson. Snake treated it well and tuned it for high performance, but Homer runs it all over the road and fills it with Regular Petrol instead of Premium. After setting some traps to kill Homer and get his car back (which only serve to maim Kirk Van Houten), Snake gets the jump on Homer and they brawl on the hood of the car. It crashes into a large house, injuring them both.


Lil' Bandit is a 1968 Pontiac Firebird, souped up to become a hot rod. The license plate said GRB 68.

Behind the Laughter[edit]

In The Simpsons Road Rage and The Simpsons: Hit & Run, the car is modelled after a 1969 Dodge Charger: this is evident by the hideaway headlights, long rear end, split grill and overall "General Lee" look, like his car in "Separate Vocations", rather than Lil' Bandit as it appeared in "Realty Bites".


  • In The Simpsons: Road Rage, the car's horn is the opening to the song Dixie while in The Simpsons: Hit & Run it is just a normal car horn.