Eddy's Brother has a Car parked in his bedroom, first seen in "O-Ed Eleven." The car is red with gold trim, pink-tinted windows, whitewall tires, and appears to be a generic mixture of a 1970s style body with 1960s style tail fins.
Inside this car, there was a snake, who had apparently escaped. The various items in the trunk include a pizza box, a rubber duck, a "Chix" magazine, a beach ball, a football helmet, several cans, one shoe, a mirror, a sausage, and several other items. Eddy's Brother told Eddy that he could have it once he turned 14.
The car returned in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show when the Eds used it to make their getaway. They couldn't get it started so Ed had to break his feet through the bottom of the car in order to operate it, in a style reminiscent of Fred Flintstone. The car took significant damage as the Eds ran to escape from the Cul-de-Sac. It was ultimately destroyed after Ed hit a rock in the middle of a desert and it blew up. Edd then left behind an "Out of Order" label on the trunk of the car. The wreckage was later found by Rolf and Wilfred as they were pursuing the Eds down.
The key to the car was hidden inside a peanut in a key case labeled "IN CASE OF MOVIE, BREAK GLASS." This key, however, did not start the car when Eddy tried to drive it.
- The car's look appears to be inspired by classic American cars from the mid 50s to the early 60's. Additionally, it features the square body styling predominantly used in later decades.
- Specifically, the car heavily resembles a Plymouth Fury. The Plymouth logo seen on the car's hood and steering wheel further supports this.
- It is unknown how the car was actually placed in Eddy's Brother's Room, as the room is on the second floor (as seen in Ed, Edd n Eddy's Big Picture Show). The most practical theory is that Eddy's Brother had it disassembled and then reassembled in the room.
- In the Big Picture Show, the wheels were not completely white like they where in "O-Ed Eleven." Also, the windows became clear instead of pink.
- The license plate was green in "O-Ed Eleven," but in the Big Picture Show, it was white and read "Dude."