Restored Ghostbusters Ecto-1 ambulance photo gallery

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The second sequel to Ghostbusters is going to be a videogame, written by Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd and voiced by the entire original cast, including Bill Murray. It looks far better as a game than it has any right to be; it may be that we’ll play it both because of its writing and cast and because it’s a good game.

Vivendi, the publisher, is slowing ramping up promotion for the title, and their first crackling electron beam is a doozy: a fully resorted Ecto-1 response vehicle. Ghostbusters Fans was on hand at a recent showing and have snapped a huge number of photos, some 217 in all, leaving little inside or out undocumented.

Restoration Project Finished [GBFans.com]

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4 Responses to Restored Ghostbusters Ecto-1 ambulance photo gallery

  1. Anonymous says:

    You probably saw a mid-80′s Chevy Caprice.

  2. castewar says:

    XOPL, You saw the car above, from the GBFans.com link – the car was with Vivendi staff in MN for some sort of meeting with Best Buy head offices.

    http://protoncharging.com/gb/category/ectomobile/

    The similarly restored Ecto-1a remains unseen, as yet.

  3. strider_mt2k says:

    Hey…

    You can’t park that there…

  4. xopl says:

    I saw a fairly decent Ecto-1 on the streets of Minneapolis last week. Not sure what the story is there.

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