Wilmer Valderrama kept this memory from the series ‘Those wonderful 70s’

Wilmer Valderrama kept this memory from the series ‘Those wonderful 70s’

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Among the actors, it is tradition to keep some memory of the projects that have marked their careers, with or without permission from the corresponding people, and Wilmer Valderrama was always clear that he wanted to take home the car from ‘Those wonderful 70’.

It is a Vista Cruiser model that appeared at the head of the series, with all its protagonists huddled inside, and that actually belonged to another character, Eric, who was played by Topher Grace, but in real life he ended up going to stop at Wilmer’s hands in exchange for a ridiculous amount, or at least that’s what he thinks.

“Towards the end of the series, when we were into the final season, I went straight to the props department and asked them how much they wanted for the car. They said, ‘What are you saying? You don’t want to take that thing with you.’ I assured that yes, I needed it. So they told me it was going to cost me 500 dollars and I bought it, “he has now confessed on the Kelly Clarkson program.

That vehicle is one of the most important pieces in the collection of Wilmer, who is passionate about classic cars and plans to one day pass it on to the children he has with his fiancee Amanda, the first of which is already on the way.

“It’s the best I’ve ever bought. It reminds me of that time, when I was 17 or 18 and got the role of Fez. It reminds me of the opening credits sequence where we appear driving down the street. It’s going to stay in my family. forever. I plan to include it in my will, to make sure that my children are obliged to keep it in good condition and stored in the garage, “he promised.

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