’70s exhibition ran from 1998 to 2006 on the FOX network. But now, the series will live forever in Wilmer Valderrama’s personal collection of memorabilia. Valderrama, famous for his role as Fez on ’70s exhibition and his latest post on it NCIS, bought a large prop from the series for just $ 500.
‘That’ 70s Show ’will always have a special place in the heart of Wilmer Valderrama
Valderrama, who played a funny foreign exchange student on the show, is still talking a lot about his experience. In an interview with 2017 by Steve Harvey, addressed the show’s ongoing festival in harmony. He also mocked the idea of a ’70s exhibition reunion.
“We’ve been talking about it [reuniting], but there is nothing official, ”Valderrama explained to his guest.
I feel like the show is so alive in syndication. [But] I wouldn’t hold on That film ’70s out of the conversation.
Looks like everyone is very busy right now, [but] I think this would be an interesting sight to do something where we all are [could] come together and replay these characters again.
During this time, a continuum of ’70s exhibition it has not yet been confirmed.
The Vista Cruiser was like a character on ‘That’ 70s Show ‘
Fans know the famous Forman vehicle from the show’s title order, but it was often a driving force ’70s exhibition‘s storytelling. Red Forman (Kurtwood Smith) took Eric (Topher Grace) with the car in 1976. Since then, Eric and his friends have used the Oldsmobile “Aztec Gold” as the main mode of transportation.
The ’70s exhibition Vista Cruiser was home to some of the show’s most iconic moments, including Eric and Donna’s (Laura Prepon) first kiss and the time Red unknowingly sold the vehicle at a garage sale. after eating some “special brownies.”
The Vista Cruiser is considered one of the most iconic TV cars, along with Arrested improvementBluth Company stair car and KITT from Ridire Ridire. Now, the Cruiser is in the hands of the one and only Fez.
The 1969 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser from ‘That’ 70s Show ‘is owned by Wilmer Valderrama
As a fan of old cars, it only made sense for the cruise ship to go to Valderrama.
“[Old cars] my thing, ”Valderrama explained when he visited Kelly Clarkson Show. “I thought if I could ever get to a place where I could get that car just sitting in the garage with the battery dead.”
“It was near the end of the show – we were in the last season 70s Exhibition and I went straight to the props section and I go, ‘Listen, what level for the Vista Cruiser?’ ”Valderrama recalled.
He said, “What? You don’t want that thing, ‘”he continued. ‘I’m leaving,’ Yes. I need the Vista Cruiser. ‘They said 500 buckets, so I bought the Vista Cruiser for 500 buckets from our props department. “
Valderrama called the Vista Cruiser “the best thing he’s ever had in his career.” When he looks at the car, it reminds me of the title row for ’70s exhibition.
“I’m going to submit my will,” Valderrama decided. “Make sure my children have a responsibility to keep the car in the garage.”
If and when ’70s exhibition movie ever proven, we’ll know where to find the Cruiser.