To be, or not to be, that is a serious question.
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"Wheels! That should come in handy!"
Sam Stone[src]

"Sam's Car" is the name given to a rusty, four-door sedan that is used by Sam Stone in Serious Sam 3: BFE.


Sam's car is the name given to a four-door grey sedan, and is first seen after he encounters a Warship. Later on, after he enters a slum, the car is seen next a crate of rockets. The car at this point has no fuel, so he needs to fill it up with gas before he can take it anywhere.


Serious Sam 3: BFEEdit

Sam in car

Sam in his car.

Sam first used the car to drive to a small, abandoned settlement that was quite close to the Pyramid of Khufu. From then onwards, it was located in another slum where he had to fill the car up with 9 gas canisters before he could get to where the Time-Lock was located. Mental, of course, sent in his forces to try and prevent Sam from reaching his destination.

Eventually, after travelling in the desert for sometime, Sam's car runs out of gas in the level The Guardian of Time, just before a Sandwhale approaches. At this point, he is forced to abandon his car and run.

It is presumed that the car was destroyed following Earth's destruction after Mental hurled the Moon at the planet.

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Serious Sam 3: BFEEdit

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Start the car.


  • The license plate reads "SAM 4 EVER".
  • According to a quote from Sam, his car was made in Detroit, though the license plate shows that the car was originally from Texas.
    • It could be possible that the steel parts for the car were from Detroit, though they were imported to Texas.
  • Oddly, despite NETRISCA's description of the Sandwhale stating that they can consume an entire heavy assault tank without chewing, the Sandwhale does not devour Sam's car; it just stays where it is. This could just be a developer oversight.
  • Sam's car appears to be based on a Peugeot 406.

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