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Mattel Disney Pixar CARS: Beat the Drum for M.A. Brake Drumm

Thanks “John H.” for the great pics. The Coriander Widetrack family is complete with M.A. Brake Drumm.





With daughter, Coriander.





More Brake Boyd pics here. Coriander pics HERE.


Thanks, “John H.”

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  • TarheelBill says:

    You know. There are thousands of “fans” in the grandstands at LA Speedway. Oh my this could go on forever. Just saying.

    (MET: CARSLAND built a mini stand section, maybe that will be precision playset #14 … stack the kids in bunk beds and that should clear up some space. 🙂 ).

  • Mack_me_Bucko says:

    The two larger cars seen in the film always were the parents, and Corriander was listed as being the only juvenile seen in all of the Cars universe. Their names make no sense, but that’s likely because the parents are now named after some Pixar employees, whereas Corriander was a character in her own right from day one.

  • MackDaddy says:

    Hey Met,

    Let me see if I got this right. The new Coriander Widetrack is 33% smaller and is the child of M.A. Brake Drumm? So, M.A. Brake Drumm and Boyd are Corianders parents? And the mother and father have the same first name, Brake, but have different last names? Is M.A.’s last name Drumm-Boyd? And to add confusion to the mix, M.A. Brake Drumm is actually a repaint of the original Coriander Widetrack? I’m confused! (or am I putting to much thought into imaginary objects) Help!

    (MET: Well, clearly they are Chinese with Brake as their last name in English as the last name comes first in Chinese and often used in the same format in English. 🙂 That’s easy. Coriander is also known as Chinese Parsley so it’s their niece kid who they took to the race as a favor while the parents are taking a bus holiday … and yes, it looks like MS Brake is a repaint of a unibody Coriander Widetrack I but technically not a repaint as Coriander Widetrack I was segmented (who now only exists as a weight lose Coriander Widetrack II). Got that? Good).

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