A sphincter drives what?

Exactly:

The original 1976 AMC Pacer used in Wayne’s World is crossing the auction block.

Sporting a baby blue paint job over the original yellow exterior, several modifications were made for the film, including tow hooks welded to the front subframe, 0.25-inch steel plates welded to the rocker panels for camera supports, and both the heater and air conditioning have been removed. The rear wheelhouses were also modified to fit speaker boxes, while a hole was drilled in the roof for the now-famous licorice dispenser.

Scene from Wayne's World involving 1976 AMC Pacer

Barrett-Jackson notes in the docket:

The only part of the restoration not true to the movie are the upgraded speakers and stereo (the 10″ restoration speakers are not functional as there never was an amp in the car). The stereo system is operational, however, and ready for you to do your own rendition of “Bohemian Rhapsody.”

Before you ask: the climate control, such as it was, was sacrificed for camera mounting.

(Via The Truth About Cars.)





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