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Disney Pixar’s Cars: Ultimate Gift Pack :: Review & Discuss It

Cars Ultimate Gift Pack Set
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This holiday season check out the Cars Ultimate Gift Pack set, which includes the re-released Blu-Ray/DVD versions of Disney Pixar’s Cars animated film along with two special-edition die-cast toy cars: a Gold Ransburg Lightning McQueen and a Red Ransburg Rescue Squad Mater!


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Lightning McQueen (voiced by Owen Wilson) is a hotshot racecar on his way up in the professional racing world. He has his eye on the prize: a big sponsorship deal and worldwide fame. But when there's a three-way tie between Lightning and two of the best cars in the league, he heads to California for the race to end all races.


En route to California, Lightning McQueen accidentally rolls out of his transport truck and ends up trying to find his way there on his own. Unfortunately, on the way he manages to destroy a large chunk of highway in a small, deserted town on Route 66. The judge is ready to send him on his way and forget the damage done but the pretty Porche prosecutor isn't about to let him go that easy. She demands that Lightning be made to repave the road before he leaves the town – something he is NOT happy about.


Fast Features

Blu-Ray makes the animation in this movie absolutely amazing! And the Ultimate Gift Pack comes with extras no fan will be able to resist. You get one copy of the Blu-Ray version, one copy of the film on DVD, a digital copy of the film and some cool extras like a new animated short, deleted scenes and other behind-the-scenes info about the movie.


But perhaps the BEST thing about this gift pack are the two tiny toy cars that come as a bonus. Check out the Gold Ransburg Lightning McQueen and Red Ransburg Rescue Squad Mater die-cast minis, below:



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