I would kill to get my own Ecto-1 Look at those sweet fins!
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
There are about four or five of those in Brisbane alone which puts a great joy in my heart. One day we were driving along and I said to Tracey when I spotted one of them coming towards 'hey it's a Ghostbuster car' then I realised that it bloody well was a Ghostbuster car and screamed that for several hours afterwards.The awful thing to discover though is the fate of the original car used in the movie. It is sitting in a backlot somewhere rotting, literally rotting. They loaded it full of crap and stuff.
Lee,That's the coolest story. It would make someone happy to see that. I know it would me.
It is oddly cool, isn't it?I always wondered what all the stuff was for and how you changed the rear tires if they went flat). Maybe if there'd been a third movie...Though I have to say, the TV Batmobile is my absolute favourite screen car...
Lee-That was a great story! I can just picture that! I saw a Ghostbuster car driving through DeKalb here where I live last spring. It's probably a good thing that I was on my way to work otherwise I would have followed it to see where it went like some kind of automobile stalker.It's ashame to hear the original car is in such disrepair!Captain-The Batmobile is a really freaking cool car! Someday when I'm rich (ha!) I'll have a batmobile and the Ecto-1 in my garage.
@Dean - you know I never thought about it but that really did brighten my day and brought a smile to my face whenever I think about it. @Becca - yeah it is a real shame about the real car - someone once found the original shuttle-craft from Star Trek in an aviation dump and they rescued it!
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