ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMASIn conjunction with the upcoming 25th anniversary release of the greatest ghost-hunting comedy ever, Ghostbusters, Sony has outfitted the original, fully restored ECTO-1 with an extensive Sony entertainment system packed with all manner of gadgets for SEMA. The classic Cadillac ambulance features Sony Xplod subwoofers, a DVD player, iPod adapter, Sony marine amps and speakers, an MP3 player, 10-disc CD changer and a navigation system. It all seems like a bit of overkill considering the only thing that'll ever get played in there is Ray Parker Jr.'s Ghostbusters theme song with the DVD running in the background. Complete details below the fold.

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

ECTO-1 Gets A Sound System Upgrade In Time For SEMAS

Something Strange in the Neighborhood As a tribute to the upcoming 25th Anniversary of the original theatrical release of the blockbuster film “Ghostbusters,” the original ECTO-1 vehicle used in the 1984 movie will be on display. Recently restored at Cinema Vehicle Services in North Hollywood, Calif., the ECTO-1 has been fully upgraded with Sony Xplod gear. The “ectomobile” features Sony’s slim series subwoofers, a DVD A/V system, iPod adapter, and Sony marine amps and speakers. It also has a Sony MP3 player, 10-disc CD changer and NV-U83T navigation system installed. “A classic piece of film history, the ECTO-1 is truly one of a kind,” Kahn said. “The vehicle is perfect for showcasing all that we have to offer in mobile A/V, as no other manufacturer can bring the excitement of new technology and a blockbuster film to SEMA like Sony can.” The ECTO-1, Sony’s Hip Hop Live tour truck and nine additional custom models can all be found at the company’s outdoor feature car booth #72005.
[Source: Sony]