The first Wienermobile was built in Chicago in 1936 for $5000.
This Wienermobile, one of five made in 1952, was built on a Dodge chassis, and now resides at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.
The bubble-nosed 1958 Wienermobile rested on a Willys Jeep chassis.
Two Wienermobiles were built by Oscar Mayer mechanics in 1969 on Chevrolet motor home chassis, and featured V-6 engines and Ford Thunderbird taillights.
Ten Wienermobiles were built in 1988 on Chevrolet van chassis. Each had a V-6, and Ford Thunderbird taillights.
The 1995 Wienermobile was 27 feet long, and had headlights from a Pontiac Grand Prix, taillights from a Trans Am, a hot dog-shaped dashboard, and a computerized "condiment control panel." We're not sure what that last part means.
In 2000, the Wienermobile received a GMC W-series truck chassis and a 5.7-liter Vortec engine, along with a condiment-themed interior and an audio system that played the Oscar Mayer Wiener Jingle.
The 2004 Wienermobile features a Chevrolet W4 chassis with a V-8, gullwing doors, voice-activated GPS navigation, and an Oscar Mayer Wiener Jingle horn to let other drivers know that the light has turned green.
Last year's Wienermobile was built on a Mini Cooper S, and, at only 15 feet long, is probably a lot easier to parallel park.