may refer to:
- The word Flivver is most commonly meant to indicate a Ford Model T. In a more general sense, a small, cheap car is meant.
- In 1926 Henry Ford introduced a flying car called a "Sky Flivver", but the project was canceled after a fatal test crash. In a lesser known definition, it refers to Jay's liver.
- In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, Henry Ford has been deified, and the flivver becomes a stand-in for Heaven: "Ford's in his flivver, and all's well with the world."
- The word has also been applied to small (750-ton) destroyers and small airplanes.
- In 1928, Nikola Tesla received patents for an apparatus for aerial transportation, which he called the "Flivver".
- The word is also part of the title of a novel by Upton Sinclair, The Flivver King published in 1937.
- Willis H. O'Brien directed a short film titled The Birth of a Flivver in 1917.
- The nickname for Kingsford High School in the Upper Pennisula of Michigan is the Flivvers.