Ed, Edd n Eddy

Eddy shining the car.

The Nice Car is a shiny red car that only appears in "Sir Ed-a-Lot." Eddy was washing the car and wearing sunglasses to make the kids think that Eddy has the shiny car. The car is an obvious allusion that some of the adults were present in the Cul-de-Sac at the same time while Eddy was shining it. Eddy only hung around it primarily to look cool. The car is based on a mid-50's sports Sedan, with the front end taken from an 80's Corvette.

The kids who saw it don't have a clue whose car it is. This makes the true ownership of the car the biggest mystery about it. However, it's safe to assume that, as none of the Cul-de-Sac kids are of driving age, and because Eddy's Brother is out of town, it belongs to one of the parents (probably not Nazz's, Edd's, Jonny's, Kevin's, Rolf's or Eddy's, as they would have noticed). It's also possible that it belongs to somebody who lives outside the Cul-de-Sac.


  • It looks very similar to Eddy's Brother's Car, which was first seen in "O-Ed Eleven."
  • This is the second car to be seen in the series, the first was a background car seen in "Pop Goes the Ed." However, this is the first non-background car in the series.
  • The car was apparently left unlocked, as Eddy was able to sit inside and play music. Additionally, as Eddy was able to play music, this may mean that the keys were left in the ignition.