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Replica of Ghostbusters Cadillac up for grabs

The car is based on the car from the recent 2016 movie directed starring Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig.

A REPLICA OF the famous Ghostbusters Cadillac is up for sale in Ireland.

The Ghostbusters Ecto-1 replica is listed on DoneDeal.ie for €28,340.

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The car is based on the car from the recent 2016 movie starring Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig.

It has under 60,000 genuine original miles on the clock and according to the ad it “drives like an absolute dream”.

The engine purrs quietly, the automatic gears shift smoothly and the suspension is as soft as Marshmallow man himself.

The car which has been wrapped in white vinyl with full Ghostbusters decals, comes with white-wall tyres that accompany the original red steel wheels to match the original movie.

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A hand-built roof rack features props, including ladders, flashing lights and sirens.

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Constructed in 1991, the Fleetwood originally served as a hearse in Missouri.

Coachbuilders in Ohio oversaw the conversion of the Cadillac into the Ghostbusters Ecto-1 that’s now proton parked in Larne, Antrim.

Since the car’s transformation, it has been hired out for events, promotional work for film companies and even weddings.

Martin Clancy from DoneDeal.ie said, “The car is proving a real draw on site and is the ultimate addition to any Ghostbusters fans collection!”

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