First is my old Superbe and this old MG Midget I saw at a car show. I muchly like both. Neither have been restored, both have awesome patina, both are good solid runnres, both are good old British classics. Sorry about the lousy pic of the Superbe, turns out I don't have a good one and there's now snow on the ground so there won't be for a while.
The next pairing is this Surley Pugsley with this Jeep. Of course this could go with any off-road vehicle. It could be your ticket to safety if you get your truck mired too deeply in the muck. It could also be the way you continue your trip when the muck gets too much for even the jeep or if the track gets too narrow.
Of course, on the other end of the spectrum there are those that want a vehicle that fits in their back pocket. There are some pretty nifty folding bikes out there that go right along with the compact car philosophy. That's a Fiat 500, a current favorite of mine, and a very cool car in a very small package. Fold up your favorite folding bike and it'll come right along with you in the trunk. No problem.
Probably one of the easiest pairings is with the carbon fibre crowd. For those who like the most technical of the technical, bikes can get as crazy as cars. This is a Trek Madone. Handbuilt, carbon fibre, yadda yadda yadda. Maybe these two aren't quite the equivalents but you get the idea.
So as you can see, bikes and cars really can and do go together. Whether it's a case where you use your car for the longer distances and heavy lifting and then park it and take off on the bike for the short spur trips or a case where the bike further enables you to do what you're doing or whether the bike simply goes with the car, cars and bikes go together. Holy run-on sentence Batman. Anyway, if anyone is reading this let me know what cars and bikes you'd put together.