On Ghostbusters 29th anniversary I added a not so coincidental update to Ecto-Containment. The instructions (Ecto-Containment Blog Post, June 8, 2013) for Kenner‘s Ghostbusters Firehouse HQ/Station.
At the time I couldn’t share its decal sheet as the previous owner had applied them about a year earlier. Then over the weekend because a ghosthead needed a copy of Kenner’s Ghost Nabber instructions, (Ecto-Containment Blog Post, May 28, 2013) a conversation began which leads to today.
Lee Hall aka hallpaleo scanned his Ghostbusters Firehouse/Station decal sheet, cleaned it up, and provided it for ghostheads. All I’ve basically done is made his scan a PDF file and added it to Ecto-Containment.
The high res file is somewhat on the large side, smaller then the files I downloaded.
Thanks so much again Lee Hall!
- Firehouse Decal Sheet PDF (62 MB)
- Lee Hall
Reblogged this on and commented:
Freshen up your Kenner The Real Ghostbusters Firehouse!
Something I have always wondered. Is that granny gross?
That’s what I aways thought, especially once Kenner made Granny Gross. Either way the look is just one of a much older woman whose still wearing a style of clothing (including the “pill box” hat) she probably could have worn two-three decades earlier.
Hopefully this will encourage others to share scans of other decal and instruction sheets! I also have salvaged the label from an ecto-plazm can and will scan that for sharing soon!
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That will be cool. I probably could have saved a Kenner Ecto-Plazm label, (as long as I don’t rip it) the cans I’ve collected and written about aren’t empty.
I look forward to your scan.
With additional instructions, I think “we” only need Kenner’s Ecto-Goggles/Ecto-Poppers. I’d have to check, I think we have most, if not all of Kenner’s RGBs decals/sticker sheets.
Does anyone has the ecto plazm can scan yet???
If anyone does, it hasn’t been shared with Ecto-Containment. Should someone scan Kenner Ecto-Plazm labels, I’d be happy to host the file(s).