‘Brady Bunch’ Cast Speechless Over Replica of Show’s Station Wagon

by Madison Miller
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“The Brady Bunch” has gotten back together countless times over the years.

The show was initially canceled in 1974. After that, there would be a number of spin-off series that would follow. That includes “The Brady Bunch Hour,” “The Bradys,” and “The Brady Girls Get Married.”

For the actors in the classic series, there is no escaping their iconic Brady roles. One of the most recent reunion happened during the HGTV series, “A Very Brady Renovation.” The cast came together to help recreate the interior rooms seen in the original TV series.

‘Brady Bunch’ Replica of Station Wagon

Despite getting to be a hands-on part of this replication of “The Brady Bunch” history, nothing could prepare the cast for an insane replica of the station wagon from the series.

Recently, Barry Williams put the Gas Monkey crew from DMAX in charge of rebuilding that “The Brady Bunch” station wagon. Despite this massive task, Richard Rawlings and the entire team ended up creating a masterpiece.

At the end of the construction process, the team brought the 1969 Plymouth Wagon over to the classic “The Brady Bunch” house. There were several other “The Brady Bunch” icons there for the unveiling of the car. That includes Christopher Knight and Eve Plumb.

Plumb commented on the fact that Greg Williams was pacing around with a walkie-talkie. She said, “We thought maybe he was going to blow up the house.” Also present to see the car was Maureen McCormick, Mike Lookinland, and Susan Olsen.

Excited Reaction and Test Drive

As the car rolls in the entire “The Brady Bunch” cast freaks out, claps their hands, and screams out excitedly.

The car looks eerily similar to the original car from the series. It has what the crew calls a “baby poop” brown paint job. One of the most iconic features of the car is the bench seat in the trunk area.

“The Brady Bunch” crew all went for a drive and got some fingers pointed at them. Richard jokingly said people on the street were probably thinking, “look at all those old people in a wagon.”

They proceed to cruise down the street as someone’s feet are visible casually hanging out the back window.

Barry Williams at Ocean City Music Pier

Barry Williams became famous after portraying big brother Greg Brady on “The Brady Bunch.”

He will be meeting fans in Ocean City for the 46th annual Classic Car and Street Rod parade, according to OCNJ Daily.

“I’m excited to finally make it to Ocean City. It will be fun to see the town, meet fans and to start the parade. Maybe, I will get a chance to ride in one of those beautiful old Corvettes,” Williams told the news outlet.

On top of the station wagon and love for Corvettes, Williams is proving to be quite the car junkie.

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