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Hey, Tom Hanks, just how big is your garage?

Steven Adams
Tom Hanks via Twitter

Actor Tom Hanks might have an extensive collection of odd vehicles. Or he may simply crack himself up posing with every goofy car he spots.

The actor is in the Pittsburgh area playing the lead in a Mister Rogers biopic.

His Twitter feed is filled with sight gags, ironic images and collections of lost shoes and gloves.

Additionally, you can see Hanks jokingly taking possession of quirky old vehicles.

“I got a new car!! Hanx,” he tweeted with a photo of himself at the door of a spray-painted Cadillac up on jack stands.

Hanks is presumably joking and it’s a joke he enjoys repeating.

Here he is with a Fiat 500 back in August:

And this fixer-upper:

Classic American iron:

Any guesses?

Looks like a Fiat:

Looks like he’s stealing this one:

Did he fit in this one?

Just needs a little Turtle Wax.

The tweet that started it all:

Don’t buy it, Hanx. These tickets bring the Blue Book value below zero:

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