The Griswalds Head to Disney World and It Wasn't Closed


A fitting, and surprisingly accurate, tribute to a classic film.

This year marks the 30th anniversary of the classic film "National Lampoon’s Vacation", a movie about the Griswold family taking a cross-country trip to the fictional theme park Wally World. To celebrate the event, a family from Canton, Georgia whose real name is Griswold are taking a trip to Disney World, the closest real-world approximation of Wally World in existence. They even got a local shop to mock up a replica of the hilariously awful Wagon Queen Family Truckster from the film.

The original car from the movie was a Ford LTD Country Squire wagon which was modified by George Barris to exaggerate all of the automotive trends at the time which he found annoying.

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