Not only do we embrace good actors, but sometimes their bandwagon grabs attention too. This is how Rik Verheye’s lawn green Porsche looks like in ‘unclesNow a tourist attraction in Knokke. People are even queuing to take a selfie with the now-for-sale fluorescent car. But it’s not the first time a television vehicle has stolen the show. Offer Hello Everyone an overview.
Porsche “uncles” green
A green (grass) Porsche Cayenne is on display at the Porsche Center in Knokkei, causing a rush of fans of the Play4 comedy series “Nonkels”. It’s the real car from the series and Bersin’s personal license plate (the last name of Rick Ferhey’s character) is still attached to it. Anyone who pays 95,000 euros can call themselves the new owner of the Kunstgrassen Willy.
Fiat 500 – ‘Bolleke’ – from ‘FC De Kampioenen’
Everyone still remembers Marcske and his Fiat 500, which he fondly called “my Bolleke” at “FC De Kampioenen”. “The car is from the year I was born and I really liked that wagon,” says actor Hermann “Marxke” Verbruggen. “After the series, the Bolleke was sometimes used in a fair. But when it was sitting outside at a certain moment, I kept the car at home in Borgerhout for ten years. Unfortunately I didn’t have a place for that anymore. Fortunately, Bolleke was given a place of honor in the The reception hall at VRT, where we hope to be set up for a long time to come.”
Amphibian “Captain Zebus”
It was the sailing car of Captain Zeppos (Cine Rovers) that caught the eye in the youth series of the sixties. When the amphibious car was launched during the shootings in the Ghent port area, thousands of people watched it. Despite its popularity on television, sales of the Amphicar have plummeted. Only 4000 copies were made. After all, without a solid floor under the wheels, the car was almost uncontrollable and produced water at the slightest wave.
Pocket bike from “De Ronde”
Dwarf actor Chris Willemsen ripping up Flemish roads on a pocket bike in Jean Eileen’s ‘De Ronde’ figure shotgun caused a lot of fun in 2011. “Chris was very scared during the shootings,” Jan Ellen recalls. “Very understandable, because there have been real races with that bicycle which quickly reached 90 kilometers per hour. Besides, it was too big for Chris. When we filmed those scenes, someone had to jump out of the moving recording truck to make sure Chris didn’t fall when he stopped.”
Chevrolet Pink by Fluder
From the first movie in 1986 until the end of the TV series in 1998, the makers of “Flodder” used a total of four pink Chevrolet Caprice convertibles. Johnny Fluder’s wrecked car has grown into a true cult object. Two versions have since been reduced to a snippet, unfortunately. The other two are in the possession of Dutch coin collectors.
Mini Convertible from “Merlina”
A clever detective with a beautiful blond assistant, a stupid jack of all trades, a genius inventor, and a red convertible minivan with white bulbs. Those were the components of the series “Merlina”, which counts two million viewers, and is one of the most popular youth series of all time by public broadcasting.
Opel Kadett from “special breeding”
Another car engraved in the collective memory is the orange Opel Kadett from cannabis grower Frank Wilvert (Wim Willart) in Asian Quick, better known asOtto† After the third and final series, the 1976 rally car was sold at auction to Limburg collectors. Den Auto collected 22,500 euros. Given the car’s popularity, the owner hoped it would be much more expensive under the hammer of the auction. last year , sjiscar Back in West Flanders, but the new owner quickly blew the engine.
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