I did a quick search and didn't find that this had been posted up yet?? Many here will remember the famous scene in American Graffiti where Kurt hooks a cable up to Officer Holstien's 61 Galaxie. Well they recreated that scene in Petaluma on the same lot that the original scene was shot in. This was a pretty big endeavor, it involved recreating the signage (Jerry's Cherries) and stuffing the lot with similar cars just like in the original scene. Although there are some flaws with the recreation (like the Ford truck parked on the street), it is still pretty neat to watch. The actor who plays Kurt did a really good job of getting Kurt's movement right. "Kurt" made this scene watchable despite the obvious flaws of the tailgate of the 40 pickup (among other things). The story of the recreation is a pretty good read starting with finding a car.... http://www.standbyforjustice.com/ But the crown jewel is the clip itself shot with the original music soundtrack in the background I really enjoyed the read as well as the clip, hope you all do too <iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/3880897" frameborder="0" height="225" width="400"></iframe>Stand By For Justice from Fair Street Films on Vimeo. .