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...however, the car was in fact a re-bodied 1936 Buick Series 80 Roadmaster. Built solely for use in the film, it was later sold and used as an advertising vehicle for the Gilmore Oil Company, complete with a matching trailer that housed the sound equipment. Later acquired by General Petroleum, the car was re-styled in 1948 with less than appealing results. As the Buick chassis aged and needed replacement, the car was overhauled in 1954 using a Chrysler Newport. Its current and final form is completely different than the original car; only the massive center dorsal fin on the tail recalls the first design.

 

 

This is a very well known film around here..

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