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Topic: Outdoor Car Vanish
Message: Posted by: kasper777 (Oct 5, 2004 09:12AM)
I'm looking for a good method. I do close up and some parlor magic and don't know many illusions. The reason for the inquiry is because I work for a radio station part time and we do barter with some dealerships around here. I've gotten to know one of the marketing directors for Chrysler here pretty well and want to propose to him a promo event of me vanishing one of his new cars. Any and all advice would be appreciated, thanks.

Message: Posted by: The Donster (Oct 5, 2004 09:15AM)
Nolan do you have the illusion yet? If not, try here but it is pricey.
[url]http://www.magicmakersillusions.com/[/url] and good Luck. Don
Message: Posted by: Starrpower (Oct 5, 2004 09:27AM)
Contact Chris Cochrane in Wisconsin. He did one at this year's "Houdini Days" in Appleton. I think you'll find his email at "houdinidays.com" as he is the organizer of the event.
Message: Posted by: The Donster (Oct 5, 2004 09:43AM)
Yes he is and hers a link to the site. http://www.houdinidays.com
Message: Posted by: The Mirror Images (Oct 5, 2004 10:37AM)
Owens Magic also has one avalible.

Message: Posted by: John T. Sheets (Oct 7, 2004 01:05AM)
Also Gary Frennet has one. Magic Makers
Message: Posted by: seanalexander (Oct 8, 2004 05:28AM)
JTS, that's Gerry Frennet!

Message: Posted by: Kevin Ridgeway (Oct 8, 2004 10:25AM)
That's Gerry Frenette and he is Magic Makers.

Message: Posted by: seanalexander (Oct 8, 2004 04:39PM)
That's right Kevin - sorry my mis-spelling of Frenette! First name Gerry though!!
Message: Posted by: PaxMentis (Oct 9, 2004 11:57AM)
We examined one built by MagicMakers which was purchased from Magic Auction and Beyond a few years ago. The idea was rather simple, but the mechanics of the gimmick was rather ingenious and very well constructed. You do need lots of curtains and space. Bottom line, it does the trick!