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New Pixar's Car.. is....... 99?


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I went to E3 here in L.A. Convention Center and guess what... from Pixar Studio display 996 for their upcoming new movie "Cars"

I wonder if thie 996 can drive by it self... ummmmm... ;)

cool. what are the rest of the cars?- looks like a Viper, a tow truck and a Plymouth Road runner?

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I went to E3 here in L.A. Convention Center and guess what... from Pixar Studio display 996 for their upcoming new movie "Cars"

I wonder if thie 996 can drive by it self... ummmmm... ;)

cool. what are the rest of the cars?- looks like a Viper, a tow truck and a Plymouth Road runner?

I actually spoke to a Disney Rep. today about some cross promotions for the movie and he told me that Porsche is the only manufacture to be promoted by name. The other cars will have a likeness but will not be mentioned by name or have badging.

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Look at the headlights, it is MY02.

According to the new Pano:

Its a MY99 that was originally damaged in transit. Then given to PCNA training facility where it was repaired, disassembled, repaired over the years .... until PCNA was sending it to the crusher. Instead, it was donated to the movie folks, updated with 02 body panels, then converted by a movie car guy to more fully resemble the cartoon vehicle.

Wheelbase shortened 7 inches.

Roof raised 3.5 inches.

Eyelids built into windshield, with magnets to control and turn them.

Teeth added to front bumper.

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