Episode 7 of the third season of "Drift Problem" shows Sterling Archer's emotionally absent mother, Malory,

giving him a gift for his birthday. It's not a toy, though; it's a great 1970s

Deal with a Challenger that can move. But someone who calls himself "the world's greatest secret agent" should have some tech in their black Dodge, right?

You would be right. As soon as Archer hits the blue button on the central

On the console of the muscle car, the Fratzog logo and a message listing the car's many features and comforts

show up. Important parts of the cartoon Active defenses, a 440-cubic-inch V8, and.30-caliber machine guns make this spy car look like James Bond's.