- This article is about the car in the show. For the car in The Simpsons: Hit & Run, see Family Sedan.
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The Pink Sedan (or the Family Sedan) is one of two automobiles that belong to the Simpson family. It is Homer's car, and he uses it almost exclusively. The car features minor damage on the left front fender (which Homer has never had repaired), driver's side airbag, a bent up radio aerial, and has a *Trackstar 8-Track radio. It is a 1986 Plymouth Junkerolla.
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- Homer's Mechanic states that Homer's car was built in Croatia, made from Soviet tanks. But it's too big to be a European car, so this is why it is a Plymouth. But it was smaller in The Simpsons Movie. It was a 1966 Fiat 1500 L. (Especially by the bended headlights, vaguely Cadillac-like taillights and smaller body).
- Although Homer cashes in this car to buy the Canyonero in "Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers"", it somehow reappears.
- In "Homer Loves Flanders", the Plymouth is green.
- This car is a drivable vehicle in The Simpsons Road Rage and The Simpsons: Hit & Run, as a convertible, as well as being open top.
- The day Homer bought it has not been shown in the series, but he did own a different car while in high school.
- The car is sometimes drawn with side-view mirrors, sometimes not.
- Usually the license plate is left blank, but when it does have lettering, it varies (see License Plates on The Simpsons). On the old intro, it was a coupe and it was a 1963 Dodge Dart.
- In "The War of the Simpsons" there are two Pink Sedans, Homer and Marge go to the marriage retreat in the Sedan yet Grampa drives the same car back in Springfield.
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