By Shartwig79
Let the record state that I am a stickler for authenticity and fine detail, however sometimes it becomes a ridiculous quest. When the day comes that I actually build my Ecto-1, it must be top notch accurate, or else I won't do it.

In the meantime, I am working on my 1954 Superior, for non-Ghostbuster purposes. I wanted a Propelloray, but for this car it doesn't have to be screen accurate.

For under $100 I reworked two very accessible items, and combined them into an "Artificial Propelloray" Basically I took the guts out of an Amber Warning Beacon and put them into a Baja Roll Bar Light Bucket.

The results are pretty darn close.
Here is a link to the video

And here are the links to the photos of the build (I tried to embed them but it's not doing what I want it to) ... 79/8_1.jpg ... 79/2_1.jpg ... 79/1_1.jpg ... 79/3_1.jpg ... 79/6_1.jpg ... 79/5_1.jpg ... 79/4_1.jpg
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By Theoderic
This is an really awesome idea - the outcome is excellent, i think i'll be going for something similar when the time has come.
Thank you for sharing this build! :shock: :-o
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By SpaceBallz
Has anyone tried 3D printing a housing for the amber light modification? The propeller ray seems to be the most difficult piece to find, we may have to fabricate it like the OP did.

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