Ghostbusters fanatic Loren Baldwin spent 2.5-years and $20,000 converting a 1959 Miller-Meteor chassis into a replica of the movie’s famous Ecto-1 vehicle. To make sure everything was accurate on this 8-foot tall, 4-ton vehicle, he flew down to Los Angeles and spent a full day obtaining measurements from the original film car. Details include a movie accurate ‘storage tank’ for captured ghosts, 390 cubic inch V8 engine, and even working blue lights. “All the lights and sirens work – I have the same exact siren that appeared in the movie. I have a five panel mirror in the car because there are a lot of blind spots because it is 21ft long. It doesn’t go more than 65 miles per hour – it’s not very aerodynamic,” said Baldwin. Click here to view the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one that shows what happens when you fire a ping pong ball filled with liquid nitrogen.