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    well Pixar made a real life van for the movie Onward!
    https://www.pixarpost.com/2019/06/Pi...Guinevere.html
    I want it!
    Looks like a Chevy van too

    Its possible Tomica or someone may make this in diecast form
    Course I still want the 4 from Zootopia

    The finished version
    https://www.pixarpost.com/2019/08/Pi...-D23-Expo.html

  • #2
    You never know, maybe from one of the major diecast companies. Never seen the movie, so not familiar with it.
    Doug

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Douglas View Post
      You never know, maybe from one of the major diecast companies. Never seen the movie, so not familiar with it.
      course you haven't
      it comes out March 6th which is 2 weeks from Friday

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      • #4
        Originally posted by microbuss View Post
        course you haven't
        it comes out March 6th which is 2 weeks from Friday
        Oh ok, but since I don't often go to movies anyway, I guess I wont see it until it is on TV someday.
        Doug

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Douglas View Post

          Oh ok, but since I don't often go to movies anyway, I guess I wont see it until it is on TV someday.
          OR you search for it on YouTube
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8DKg_fsacM

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          • #6
            I'm glad that Pixar has breathed some new, positive light into the image of custom vans, which has long been tainted by Chris Farley's "livin' in a van down by the river" skit, the actions of vagrant street criminals, and assorted serial killer-kidnapper types such as Gerald Armond Gallego and Robert Buell.

            They've increased appreciation in commie cars, Zundapp Januses, Hudson Hornets and a number of other offbeat classics via the "Cars" franchise, plus the Pizza Planet truck has immortalized yellow Toyota Hiluxes forever. Really glad to see this

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            • #7
              Originally posted by GCU 2.0 View Post
              I'm glad that Pixar has breathed some new, positive light into the image of custom vans, which has long been tainted by Chris Farley's "livin' in a van down by the river" skit, the actions of vagrant street criminals, and assorted serial killer-kidnapper types such as Gerald Armond Gallego and Robert Buell.

              They've increased appreciation in commie cars, Zundapp Januses, Hudson Hornets and a number of other offbeat classics via the "Cars" franchise, plus the Pizza Planet truck has immortalized yellow Toyota Hiluxes forever. Really glad to see this
              I wanna do the Pizza Planet truck irl too!
              it's been in the Cars franchise too
              Will be on the look out for it in Onward in 2 weeks
              Course I want the U-Haul truck that used a Toyota too hehe

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              • #8
                Originally posted by GCU 2.0 View Post
                I'm glad that Pixar has breathed some new, positive light into the image of custom vans, which has long been tainted by Chris Farley's "livin' in a van down by the river" skit, the actions of vagrant street criminals, and assorted serial killer-kidnapper types such as Gerald Armond Gallego and Robert Buell.

                They've increased appreciation in commie cars, Zundapp Januses, Hudson Hornets and a number of other offbeat classics via the "Cars" franchise, plus the Pizza Planet truck has immortalized yellow Toyota Hiluxes forever. Really glad to see this
                I feel like for our generation, some of us would have to aspire to live in a van down by the river.
                Maybe some day...

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                • #9
                  someplace I have a book on customizing vans
                  was made in the late 70s or so

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by microbuss View Post
                    someplace I have a book on customizing vans
                    was made in the late 70s or so
                    I have a couple somewhere.

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