The Patty Wagon is made to look like a Krabby Patty with pickles for wheels and two lights on the front of the car.
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
The Patty Wagon first appears in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie, where SpongeBob and Patrick ride it to Shell City. It is stolen as they cross the county line. However, it is then brought to the Thug Tug (a rough biker bar), in which SpongeBob and Patrick are able to get it back. They then ride it through the abyss. After they land on the road after a jump while dodging the fake ice-cream vendor, they are separated from the Patty Wagon, which is then eaten by a frogfish and then by a larger fish. It is presumed to be lost and destroyed.
SpongeBob is seen driving the Patty Wagon throughout the game.
The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie video game
Outside of the movie, the vehicle appears in The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie video game in the driving levels "Sandwich Driving 101," "No Weenie Parking Anytime," "Sundae Driving," and "Drive of the Knucklehead-McSpazitron." Despite having been eaten by the frogfish earlier in the game, Mindy is able to retrieve it for SpongeBob and Patrick prior to the start of the "Drive of the Knucklehead-McSpazitron" level if the former gives her fifty Goofy Goober tokens. If the player causes damage to the Patty Wagon too many times, it will break down by its ingredients dissolving, thus restarting the level.
The SpongeBob Movie Game: Sponge on the Run
It can be used during a run to destroy obstacles. It costs 1 bottle to use at the start of a run if desired.
SpongeBob is seen in it trying to get away for Plankton who is chasing him.
Nick Racers Revolution 3D
It was one of the vehicles for SpongeBob and Patrick.
Almost every part of the car is designed to be food or food-related. The car has:
Sesame seed surface finish
Grilled leather interior
Radial pickles (also called "Steel-belted")
Fuel-injected deep fryer with dual overhead grease traps
Fork-shaped gas pedal
Spatula-shaped ignition key
Krusty Krab-sponsored flag
Vehicle registration plate that reads, "2-GO."
Glove compartment (owner's manual for Patty Wagon found inside)
According to SpongeBob, he doesn't need a license to drive it.
The ingredients on the Patty Wagon are not connected to each other, as seen when SpongeBob and Patrick bash through the wall of the Krusty Krab 2 and the ingredients/parts fall down to each other.
The Patty Wagon has a manual transmission. SpongeBob is seen making an "S" like shifting maneuver, seemingly shifting from reverse to first. Also, while SpongeBob is driving away from the Thug Tug, a third pedal can be seen, most likely a clutch. Both these features are exclusive to manuals.
Its name is a pun on "Paddy wagon," an alternate, but outdated, term for a police wagon.
Despite not appearing in the second movie, the Patty Wagon is a usable vehicle in The SpongeBob Movie Game: Sponge on the Run.
Northern Leisure Group made a ride out of the Patty Wagon featuring SpongeBob and Gary. The ride features sing-a-long lyrics in time with the theme song and horn, bubble and dolphin sound effect buttons.
In The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie video game, if the player collects 31 treasure chests, they have the option to enable the Patty Wagon's horn to play La Cucaracha whenever it's honked.