I am not afraid of no gust! Inflatable replica of Ecto-1 car from Ghostbusters is blown away by strong wind
- Heavy wind in Alberta, Canada, sent the inflatable car away this week
- In Ghostbusters, the Ecto-1 is made from a 1959 Cadillac professional chassis
- This inflatable version is reversed by strong gusts of wind due to the light frame of the replica
This is the moment when an inflatable replica of the car, made famous by Ghostbusters, seems to be accelerating after being blown away by strong wind.
Heavy gusts of wind in Alberta, Canada earlier this week sent the Ecto-1 inflatable over a lawn and a road that was captured with camera images.
Because of the light weight of the replica, it is turned around by the strong wind before it erects itself and loads through residential streets.
Heavy gusts of wind in Alberta, Canada earlier this week sent the Ecto-1 inflatable (photo) over a lawn and a road captured in CCTV images
Because of the light weight of the replica, it is turned around by the strong wind before it erects itself and loads through residential streets
The vehicle is used in Peter Venkman's film franchise, played by Bill Murray and his mind-expanding colleagues to capture supernatural beings.
The franchise includes numerous films, comic books, video games and more, of which the vehicle is a major part.
In the film, the Ecto-1, made from a professional 1959 Cadillac chassis, has a red light on the roof that is used to tell fictional New York City residents that the Ghostbusters are on their way to deal with a supernatural being to go.
The vehicle had enough space to store Proton Packs for the entire crew and was upgraded in later incarnations of the franchise.
The vehicle is used in the film franchise by Peter Venkman, played by Bill Murray and his mind-expanding colleagues to capture supernatural beings (the replica is depicted as a fast road due to strong winds)
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