I'm no expert, but that looks like the real ECTO 1A to me.
^^Let common sense prevail.
If Joel Schumacher can apologize for Batman & Robin, Paul Feig can apologize for Answer the Call.
I also believe that this ECTO 1A is the original, from my brief time taking photos of both on the WB lot in Burbank.
The Atlanta Braves Stadium appearance did happen with Ernie Hudson, who changed his mind about not riding in ECTO 1 half-way around the infield but didn't get in. This happened before the game started. Anyone else drive their ECTOMOBILE on a pro sports field? Oh yeah, my '66 was also at a half-time show at Candlestick Park (NY Giants / San Francisco 49's) where Huey Lewis autographed the headliner for me.
Salt Lake City..."Lagoon" theme park appearance and interviewed on TV "Utah Connections". I saw some really nice vintage cars cruising that town.
TTFN - Peter Mosen
Haha I got a pic w/ you, Peter, when I was 4 years old at that Hardees haha.
KingGB wrote:slaysghosts: Go ahead...I dare you...POST IT! Yeah, I believe that I was at a radio station earlier in the day...and...I think my fuel pump went on the highway in Atlanta and the car died. Luckily someone went and actually found the right fuel pump for a '59 Cadi and I switched out the pump on the spot...about 45 mins. On to the stadium!!! Whew that was close!
GB fans always have each others backs. I wish I had been able to see it! Im jealous 20 years later lol
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