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Buick Series 40 Modified as Galloping Goose Railmotor [47]

Buick Series 40 [47] in Cars 2, Animation Movie, 2011 IMDB

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: US

Buick Series 40 Modified as Galloping Goose Railmotor [47]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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AMC man

2011-10-24 16:46

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Ford Model T.

kudos SX

2011-10-24 18:06

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carcrasher88 US

2011-10-25 15:40

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Pixar Wiki lists this (Name: Galloping Geargrinder) as a 1935 Rio Grande GG.

http://pixar.wikia.com/Galloping_Geargrinder

Jonsmellmyfart

2011-10-28 01:41

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1923 Ford Model T.

Lateef NO

2011-10-28 01:52

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Does this geargrinder guy have bad eyesight? The geargrinders I know, do.

BTW: the name Galloping Geargrinder is a reference to Galloping Goose: Link to "www.google.no"

-- Last edit: 2011-10-28 01:53:58

Sandie SX

2011-10-28 01:56

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http://drgw.free.fr/RGS/Goose/Goose_en.htm

I think the best option from that is the 1913 Goose Number 1.

-- Last edit: 2011-10-28 02:01:25

tom11

2012-04-02 18:32

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The Galloping Goose was based on a Buick, not a model T.

Sandie SX

2012-04-02 19:00

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If you read the link you will see that there was more than one. One of which was based on a Model T.

Ericho84 US

2012-06-29 00:15

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Rio Grande GG

Purzel89 DE

2014-04-20 21:09

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Not made for movie, this is based on a real car! They are called Gallopping Goose and were built on a Buick Model 47 base.

Link to "www.takefiveaday.com"
http://www.prewarbuick.com/features/galloping_goose_buick_rail_motor

BrentMosher420 US

2015-05-30 09:45

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Purzel89 wrote Not made for movie, this is based on a real car! They are called Gallopping Goose and were built on a Buick Model 47 base.

Link to "www.takefiveaday.com"
http://www.prewarbuick.com/features/galloping_goose_buick_rail_motor

:hello:

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