I'm eagerly awaiting for Lego to release the official Back to the Future sets—note to Billund: you should make the RC model too—but I want more. I want all my childhood remade using Danish bricks (never mind that most of my childhood was actually made of Lego bricks). I really want all the sets above to be official:…
Sabrina Chun emailed us because, really, she likes cars. As a result of all her car-liking, she's employed her considerable talents to making a series of dramatic, high-contrast prints of some culturally significant cars, including the Porsche 911, Shelby Cobra, Volkswagen Microbus, and the Back to the Future DeLorean.
I went to the Spike Video Game Awards last Friday and... found the Ecto 1? Yes, the car from Ghostbusters was parked in the lot of Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, next to the Green Hornet's Black Beauty.
I get a tingle every time I see Steve McQueen's Highland Green '68 Mustang leaping over the hills of San Francisco, and there's a special place in my heart for the Audi S8 from Ronin, but the Ecto-1 is still my favorite movie car of all time.
The Four Dorkmen of the Carpocalypse are at it again, this time taking their "girlfriends" for a ride in a Rocky Mountain sunset, posing with satellite dishes and adding a Decepticon to the collection.
A Ghost Busters ECTO-1 '59 Cadillac, originally owned by Universal Studios, is for sale on eBay. It ain't afraid of no ghosts.
Owning one of these cars makes you a novelty car aficionado. Getting all of them together means you and all your friends are tremendous dorks. [Photobucket]
We were incredulous to find in our long an illustrious history, there has been nary a whisper of the Ghostbuster's iconic ambulance turned phantasm fighting mega wagon, the Ecto-1. Considering that, what better opportunity to feature it than on Maximum Wagon Day? Yes, running around the house as a kid pretending to be…