John Milner's Yellow '32 Ford Deuce Coupe
'32 Ford Deuce Coupe


Paul Le Mat/John Milner - American Graffiti




If one were to sit in the car, they will feel the nostalgia of the early 60's, though if they stay in the car for a long period of time then the nostalgia will slowly feel like it's real.


If they stay in the car for a long period of time then the nostalgia will slowly feel like it's real. If they allow the effects to take over, they will begin to dress like the character from the movie and act like the time is back in that era. If the artifact is not neutralized, the effects are permanent.


When in the artifact's aura/getting into the vehicle.

Collected by

Artie Nielson






Floor display

Date of Collection




This is the Yellow '32 Ford Deuce Coupe that was driven in American Graffiti. After the movie was done the car was taken to shows to be displayed and people were always in awe of it, citing a strong feeling off the time the movie represented when they were near by.


Arite has made sure that steps were taken for no one to fall victim to this artifact. The wheels have a special boot placed on them infused with goo, and they have a light hovering over them like it is in the dark vault. There is a special note saying to never place the Ford Deuce Coupe next to the black '55 Chevy that was driven by Harrison Ford's character Bob Falfa that was used in the final drag race in the film. If the cars are placed near each other then the first two people near the artifacts will get the urge to race both cars on a stretch of road, and the person who is in the Chevy will be in the same accident as in the film, though they will come out with minor injuries. But there is another note stating that if all four cars are placed together, then anyone who enters any vehicle will become the character's of the film and reenact it. So each car is place in different sections in the Transportation section as a floor piece.

Each car has been replaced with an exact replica in real life, no one will tell the difference.

(to note, if I put every single effect of the artifacts in the little box it will be too long, so let's just leave the extra parts here as special notes)

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