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  • Correct license plate style and colors (Orange & Blue)
  • Standard USA plate dimensions (12" x 6")
  • Screen accurate plate / exact replica
  • Metal stamped / embossed aluminum
  • Shrink-wrapped

  • The Kansas WOLF License Plate is produced as seen on the 1938 Pontiac Bonneville Taxiola driven by Doobie in the 1987 comedy film Planes, Trains and Automobiles. When Neil (Steve Martin) finds out all the hotel rooms have been booked up by stranded travelers, Del (John Candy) tells him that he knows the manager of the Braidwood Inn and can get a room. He offers Neil the chance to stay with him if he covers the cab fare. The two men find themselves riding in Doobie’s Taxiola. Doobie takes them on the “scenic route” through Wichita despite it being the middle of the night. This annoys Neil, but Del excuses it as Doobie’s pride for his town. When they arrive, the car lowers itself onto the ground with hydraulics. Although the cab ride is only in about a minute of the film, this scene firmly establishes Neil’s pessimism and Del’s optimism, the two driving forces throughout the movie. Doobie himself may look a little rough, but it is the establishing shots of the scene showing his car also hint at the experience Neil and Del are in for during their time in Wichita. The character’s name may be spelled “Doobie” in the credits, but the custom gold-on-red paint job has “Doobby” spelled out on the doors. This 1968 Bonneville sedan is shown to have light strips running along the doors and the windshield, a personalized license plate that says “Wolf,” a light-up devil’s head shifter, cut-outs of pin-up girls all over the interior, and dozens of rubber ducks hanging from every window. Leopard print seats and an amp with a big equalizer display round out the package.

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