Ok, This is from a blog I found about the 2012 Hollywood Christmas parade, but he got our whole line up and had nice things to say about all of the members who came and participated! On April 6th we will have more than this epic line up, with a few new members and surprises as well! Come out to the Burbank parade and meet the Star Car Central team!
Wait, what!? The 1960s Batmobile from the Adam West “Batman” show and the 1989 Batmobile riding together??
Awesome. The 1989 one even unleashed a bunch of firecrackers underneath it. Where does he get those wonderful toys?
Another shot of the two Batmobiles.
I’ll take one of each.
Remember when cars looked cool?
Okay, apparently the Christmas parade just turned into a pop culture cars parade, and I couldn’t be happier about it.
Here’s the DeLorean DMC-12 from “Back to the Future”.
Another shot of the DeLorean.
Not one, but two Herbie Volkswagen Bugs drove by.
Herbie fully loaded, with stickers and new rims!
The Pontiac Trans-Am from “Smokey and the Bandit”.
Look out, it’s them Duke boys speeding by in the General Lee!
I wonder if Boss Hog will ever catch ‘em.
Apparently this was Bumblebee from the Transformers movie.
I wouldn’t know, because I tried blocking that bastardization of a beloved childhood memory from my mind long ago.
Starsky & Hutch. Word.
Scooby Doo riding on by in The Mystery Machine van!
Well whaddaya know! It’s the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Van along with April O’Neil walking beside it!
And yes, that’s the same van from the TMNT video I appeared in earlier this year.
Probably the most intimidating van in history – the classic van from The A-Team.
It’s KITT from Knight Rider.
(fun fact: KITT stands for “Knight Industries Two Thousand)
There was a second Knight Rider car that drove by and the motion lights on the front were gold instead of red.
Must’ve been KITT’s brother, KATT. (HAR!)
Time to go off-roading with Jurassic Park.
Smile while you can kid… you’ll be devoured by a Velociraptor soon enough. Merry Christmas!
Now this one was a real treat for me… I’m a HUGE fan of John Carpenter’s “Christine”, so getting to see the Plymouth Fury
from the film was nothing short of awesome. I do wish they had it playing 1950s rock & roll when it drove by though.
I’ve seen it plenty of times over the years, but the Ecto-1 from Ghostbusters is always a welcome sight.
Are you kidding me!? Alright, they definitely saved the best for last. An X-34 Landspeeder occupied by
two Jawas with perfect glowing yellow eyes, a Tusken Raider, and Leia in the Boushh disguise. Amazing.
Nothing says “Christmas” like an X-34 Landspeeder chasing after the Ecto-1 chasing after Christine.