Tim Allen Owns The ’33 Ford Roadster Featured On ‘Home Improvement’

The hot rod was built on the set of the ’90s sitcom for timeline accuracy.

Known as one of Hollywood’s funny guys, Tim Allen has brought us plenty of laughs in different movies and television shows over the years. We remember his first onscreen role as Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor in Home Improvement that debuted back in 1991 and went on for eight full seasons. In later seasons of the show, Allen was able to earn more money as he helped with production of the sitcom, and he made a healthy $1 million per episode in the last season. We know Allen as a huge car enthusiast with some professional racing under his belt and for his vast collection of cars. Among his hoard is the 1933 Ford Roadster that was built on the set of the ’90s sitcom.

Comedian and actor Tim Allen

Although the show aired quite some time back, some may remember the ’33 Ford Roadster that was was built on the show. According to Allen in an interview with GQ magazine, they had to rebuild the ’33 Roadster to look as realistic as possible for each episode that it appeared in. Allen kept the car after Home Improvement

Read The Rest

Tim Allen Turned Down a Ridiculous Amount of Money to Return to ‘Home Improvement’

They say you can’t go home again, and it appears that Home Improvement star Tim Allen took that idiom to heart. The 1990s sitcom was a tremendous success and served as a successful launching pad for Allen’s own future acting endeavors, but he knew when to end things.

The show ran for an impressive eight seasons and provided fans with 203 episodes of laughter, but the network wanted to keep things going for at least one more season. 

Allen wouldn’t hear of it, and even a large sum of money wasn’t enough to get him to reconsider. 

‘Home Improvement’ made Tim Allen and Jonathan Taylor Thomas famous

Tim Allen on the red carpet
Tim Allen | Tommaso Boddi/WireImage

Before breaking through in the role of Tim “The Tool Man” Taylor, Allen was a standup comedian. He got his start performing in the late 1970s in his home state of Michigan, and his set became the basis for Home Improvement. The show would go on to become a huge part of Allen’s career, and he managed to pull in many personal touches during his time on the sitcom. For example, Allen made sure that his character wore t-shirts and sweaters representing Michigan, and he even owns

Read The Rest