As seen in "Legs"
|First appearance||"The Wind Cries Mary"|
|Make/Model (approximate)||1970 Chevrolet El Camino|
|Details and Features|
|Purpose||Personal and Professional|
Archer's "car" of choice in Season 4 is a black 1970 Chevrolet El Camino muscle "car," seen throughout the season.
Previous seasons have featured different personal vehicles for Archer, some of which are listed below.
- 1970 Chevrolet El Camino
- GPS navigation
- Front end of a muscle car, back end of a truck (mind blown)
- 1970 Dodge Challenger 440 "6 pack"
- Nickname: Genie
- Anti-pursuit tire-shredding spikes
- Anti-pursuit oil slick apparatus
- Ejector seat
- Glove compartment mini-bar
- 1968 Plymouth GTX
Either 440 cubic inch (Commando) or 426 HEMI engine are the only two factory options for the Plymouth GTX.
And yet the car was seen only in promo pictures, never on the series.
- Archer's vehicles have a custom license plate that reads, "SPY GUY."
- Season 3, episode 4's " in show" promo for his 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T states it equipped as the 440 cubic inch, 6 bbl option, whilst displaying the 426 (8bbl) HEMI engine.
But why bother? This car was only ever seen in promo art. It was never on the series.
- In "The Wind Cries Mary," Archer meets his old friend Lucas Troy with the bed of his El Camino loaded up with "rampage gear."
- At the beginning of "Legs," Archer's El Camino can be seen blocking both handicapped parking spots at ISIS, forcing Ray to park elsewhere.
- In "Viscous Coupling," Archer is seen speeding by a florist and stealing roses from a man as he exits the shop. Archer tells the man that his name is "Cyril Figgis," later shouting "Cyril Figgis strikes again!" as he speeds off.
- In "Training Day," Archer and Cyril take the car to supposedly dispose of Trinette's body. It is damaged by Lana, who chases them in her car.
- In "Tragical History," Archer and Cyril take it to George Spelvin's apartment to retrieve the ISIS agent list from Spelvin
- In "El Secuestro," Archer and Ray stand outside it and argue about turtlenecks while parked in the parking garage.
- In "Double Trouble," Archer and Katya Kazanova use it to escape ISIS headquarters.
- In "Heart of Archness: Part I," in archive footage from the ISIS mainframe.
- In "The Man From Jupiter", Burt Reynolds is perplexed that they sell this car to men.