There are over 20 cars available* at this moment. From the Back to The future Delorian car to the Batmobile and Ghostbusters automobiles we rent out these historical cars to all sorts of events around Europe. Whether it’s a Shopping centre opening or a festival, we deliver these cars thanks to platform trailers.
*Available from August 22 to October 1.
Sir Tow Mater KBE, or simply Mater, is a character in the 2006 animated Pixar film Cars and its sequel as well as the spin-off series Cars Toons. He is voiced by Larry the Cable Guy and inspired by a 1951 International Harvester tow truck. Originally portrayed as a sidekick and friend to Lightning McQueen, he had a breakout role in Cars Toons: Mater's Tall Tales and in other media related to Cars.
Lightning McQueen, typically referred to by his surname McQueen, is an anthropomorphic racecar in the animated Pixar film Cars (2006), its sequel Cars 2 (2011) and TV shorts known as Cars Toons. He was named after Pixar animator Glenn McQueen (who died from melanoma in 2002), not actor and noted racing buff Steve McQueen. He is based on generic NASCAR vehicles, but with design influences from the Mazda Miata and Dodge Viper. Late in the original film, he is painted much like the Chevrolet Corvette C1.
The DeLorean time machine is a fictional automobile-based time travel device featured in the Back to the Future trilogy. In the feature film series, Dr. Emmett Brown builds a time machine from a DeLorean DMC-12 with the intent of gaining insights into history and the future but instead winds up using it to travel across 130 years of Hill Valley history (from 1885 to 2015) with Marty McFly, undoing the negative effects of time travel. One of the cars used in filming is currently on display in the Studio Tour at Universal Studios Hollywood.
The vehicle used for the Ecto-1 was a 1959 Cadillac professional chassis, built by the Miller-Meteor company. The ambulance/hearse combination was the end loader variety. Dr. Ray Stantz found the vehicle shortly after he mortgaged his mother's house to buy the Firehouse. Because of his mechanical skills, he was able to repair the vehicle, which he acquired for $4,800.
After repairs were completed, the vehicle had quite a unique character. It became a well-recognized symbol for the Ghostbusters franchise. The vehicle had enough room in it to store Proton Packs for all of the crew, along with Ecto Goggles', P.K.E. Meters, and a slew of Traps.
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Dumb and Dumber The Mutt Cutts Shaggin' Wagon
In what is quite possibly the funniest movie Jim Carrey has ever been in and certainly one of our favorite comedies, Dumb and Dumber is a sure classic. Not lost on us were the great lengths designers went to in creating Harry and Lloyd's Shaggin' Wagon. Covered in faux-fur carpeting, inside and out, the Mutt Cutts van is wearing a genuine sheep-dog costume. The hind leg even lifts up to reveal the gas cap. Clever. Underneath all that shaggy fur is a 1984 Ford Econoline van. Considering how ugly those were, we'd probably dress ours up as a mutt too. For their well-appreciated efforts, and our love of this film, the Mutt Cutts Shaggin' Wagon makes our cut. Sources: Wikipedia, Batmobilehistory, Rotten Tomatoes