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  • [Question] Radiator Springs

    I've been looking for some maybe rough sketches or ideas for radiator springs, and the only things I've been able to find have been on here...are there any other sites or pictures that anyone has seen here that will give more of a visual idea?

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    Re: Radiator Springs

    Well, unfortunately,it's actually called Carsland. So that might be your trouble when looking it up online. I wish it had a better name, Radiator Springs would be just fine, but too late I guess. I know that's not much, but I hope it helps.

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      Re: Radiator Springs

      As far as I am aware this is the most accurate and up to date layout of Carsland.

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      • #4
        Re: Radiator Springs

        Actually that model is out of date, it still has ideas that aren't going to make it like the drive in theater. I believe this was the fist model they made of Carsland. The most accurate is the one to that isn't shown, but it's the model they scanned on the computer to get the ironwork for the rock work.

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          Re: Radiator Springs

          Huh? That one doesn't show the drive-in.
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          • #6
            Re: Radiator Springs

            Here's a nice gallery of models, sketches and concpet art:
            http://micechat.com/forums/members/m...e-gallery.html

            It even has some older ideas, like the Drive-in.

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            • #7
              Re: Radiator Springs

              Let me google that for you

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              • #8
                Re: Radiator Springs

                The big ride there is called Radiator Springs Racers, but the area as a whole is called Carsland. I heard the Drive-In restaurant is on the backburner and might eventually get built later depending on the success of the first phase of Carsland.

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                • #9
                  Re: Radiator Springs

                  Have to give you props for calling it Radiator Springs. That what I will call it, too, regardless of what Disney officially calls it. C***l*** ~ that is just two 4 letter words pushed together. Several people had some close up pictures of the large model at the D23 Expo, back in September. Darkbeer also had some pictures too in one of his friday reports. Just do a search and you will find several different reports.
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                  • #10
                    Re: Radiator Springs

                    Needs more trees and shade. The Palo Verde tree (Parkinsonia) is a valuable shade-provider in desert regions and requires almost no water, but drops fewer leaves if given regular water. People crave shade in the summer, and southern California is almost an endless summer.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Radiator Springs

                      Originally posted by Bob Weaver View Post
                      Needs more trees and shade. The Palo Verde tree (Parkinsonia) is a valuable shade-provider in desert regions and requires almost no water, but drops fewer leaves if given regular water. People crave shade in the summer, and southern California is almost an endless summer.

                      Were there trees in Radiator Springs? I don't remember, but I doubt it :/ otherwise I love this idea. I bet they'll make that Fire Truck have a water area for guests or some kind of carwash for guests lol

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