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Mattel Disney Pixar CARS Diecast: Wheel Well Guido – What’s Spanish For Odd?

Wheel Well Guido is a nice fun offering but the banner in Spanish is odd …

wheel well guido

Nothing really wrong except that the sign is in English in the US version of the film so it’s odd they submitted the Spanish version and got it approved … did anyone actually watch the movie at Mattel, Pixar or Disney?


Guido is not actually carrying a air gun but a bottle de-corker. Thanks for the nice photos, “Mark from South Dakota.”

“John H.” also sends along some fun photos of Guido and his “family.”

Wheel-Well-Guidos Frot

“John H.” notes he should also have a bowtie license plate with Wheel Well Guido.





Thanks “Mark of SD” and “John H” for the fun photos. Check back later for John H’s photos on fixing the sign.

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  • Greg says:

    interesting they put the actual toy in Spanish, but the card back reads in English (and the same thing with the Waiter Mater’s card back).

  • thebreezz says:

    GREAT pic of all those Guido’s, I think you are missing 1 or 2. One from lenticulars and I think one from a box set. I was impressed with the one with paint rollers, that is hard to find. Thebreezz

    • BMW says:

      The missing lenticulars are lenticular v. 1 Race O Rama and Night Skyline Lenticular v. 2 Pit Crew Member Guido with Gun.
      There was the lenticular v 1 regular Guido as well.

      • John says:

        Initially we were collecting ‘everything’, but then we started giving away lenticulars once we had the corresponding fixed eye version. I’m afraid this means that we aren’t the ones that can offer definitive photos of every last version of a group of Cars. Taking photos is a great way for my boys and their dad to play with Cars together.

    • Mack_me_Bucko says:

      It may be heresy, but I recently got a Guido with rollers, and not only opened the package, but I intend to drill out the rivets, and make it non-lenticular by doing a fork transplant from a regular Guido. Mwahahahaha

  • danrio says:

    Spanish for “odd”, for better or worse, is “impar”.

  • Jinzo says:

    I found one of these at my local TRU but the card was bended bad and left it behind. Variant of it perhaps? Haven’t seen any other the Spanish version.

  • 5oclockshadow says:

    The perfect toys to help teach your kids how to bartend.

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