Watch Cars part 6 - Let's take a drive

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SHERIFF: Hey! What are you doin'? SALLY CARRERA: It's OK. You can trust me, right? SHERIFF: I trust you, all right. It's him I'm worried about. SALLY CARRERA: I trust him. Come on, let's take a drive.
Come on, let's take a drive
LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: A drive? SALLY CARRERA: Yeah, a drive. Don't you big city racecars ever just take a drive? LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Ah... No. No, we don't. SALLY CARRERA: Hey, Stickers! You comin' or what? FLO: Mm-hm! And you thought he was gonna run. RAMONE: Hey, can you believe it, man? He actually thought Doc was a famous racecar! That's so too much! LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Whoa! Yes. SALLY CARRERA: Oh! Ah-ha-ha! LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Wow. What is this place? SALLY CARRERA: Wheel Well. Used to be the most popular stop on the mother road. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: This place? SALLY CARRERA: Yeah, imagine. Oh, imagine what it must have been like to stay here. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: You know, I don't get you. How does a Porsche wind up in a place like this? SALLY CARRERA: Well, it's really pretty simple. I was an attorney in LA livin' life in the fast lane, and... LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Oh, you were, were you? Were you rich? SALLY CARRERA: What? LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Just... clues to the puzzle. SALLY CARRERA: Yeah, OK. Well, that was my life. And you know what? It never felt happy. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Yeah. I mean... really? SALLY CARRERA: Yeah. So I left California. Just drove and drove and finally broke down right here. Doc fixed me up, Flo took me in. Well, they all did. And I never left. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Yeah. You know, I understand. You need a little R and R. Recharge the old batteries. But you know, after a while, why didn't you go back? SALLY CARRERA: I fell in love. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Oh. SALLY CARRERA: Yep. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Corvette? SALLY CARRERA: No. I fell in love with this. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Whoa. Look at that. Look, they're drivin' right by. They don't even know what they're missing! SALLY CARRERA: Well, it didn't used to be that way. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Oh, yeah? SALLY CARRERA: Yeah. Forty years ago, that Interstate down there didn't exist. MCQUEEN: Really? SALLY CARRERA: Yeah. Back then, cars came across the country a whole different way. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: How do you mean? SALLY CARRERA: The road didn't cut through the land like that Interstate. Cars didn't drive on it to make great time.
Cars didn't drive on it to make great time
They drove on it to have a great time. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Well, what happened? SALLY: The town got bypassed just to save ten minutes of driving. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: How great would it have been to see this place in its heyday! SALLY CARRERA: Oh, I can't tell you how many times I've dreamed of that. But one of these days we'll find a way to get it back on the map. MCQUEEN: Yeah. Hey, listen, thanks for the drive. I had a great time. It's kinda nice to slow down every once in a while. SALLY CARRERA: You're welcome. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: What? LUIGI: Get out of the store! Hey! Don't eat the radial! Here, take a the snow tires.
Don't eat the radial! Here, take a the snow tires.
SHERIFF: Mater! MATER: I wasn't tractor-tippin'! SHERIFF: Then where did all these gol-durn tractors come from? LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Hey, guys! There's one goin' this way. I got it. Come here, little tractor, come here. Yeah, that's a good tractor. No, no, no, no, come here. What are you doing? You're not supposed to go wandering off all alone. What are you doin' with those old racin' tires? Come on, Doc, drive.
Come on, Doc, drive.
You're amazing! What are you doin'? Doc, wait! MATER: Giddup right in there! Come on, Rusty. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Doc, hold it! Seriously, your driving's incredible! DOC HUDSON: Wonderful. Now, go away. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Hey, I mean it. You've still got it! DOC HUDSON: I'm askin' you to leave. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Come on. I'm a racecar, you're a much older racecar, but under the hood you and I are the same. DOC HUDSON: We are not the same! Understand? Now, get out. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: How could a car like you quit at the top of your game? DOC HUDSON: You think I quit? LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Right. Your big wreck in '54. DOC HUDSON: They quit on me. When I finally got put together, I went back expecting a big welcome. You know what they said? You're history. Moved right on to the next rookie standing in line. There was a lot left in me. I never got a chance to show 'em. I keep that to remind me never to go back. I just never expected that that world would find me here. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Hey, look, Doc, I'm not them. DOC HUDSON: Oh, yeah? LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: No, I'm not. DOC HUDSON: When is the last time you cared about something except yourself, hot rod? You name me one time and I will take it all back.
You name me one time and I will take it all back.
I didn't think so. These are good folk around here, who care about one another. I don't want 'em depending on someone they can't count on. LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: Oh, like you? You've been here how long and your friends don't even know who you are? Who's caring about only himself? DOC HUDSON: Just finish that road and get outta here! SARGE: Will you turn that disrespectful junk off? FILLMORE: Respect the classics, man. MATER: He's done. He must've finished it while we was all sleepin'. DOC HUDSON: Good riddance. FLO: He's gone? SARGE: Well, we wouldn't want him to miss that race of his. RAMONE: Oh, dude, are you crying? SHERIFF: No! I'm happy! I don't have to watch him every second of the day anymore! I'm glad he's gone! LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: What's wrong with Red? MATER: Oh, he's just sad 'cause you left town and went to your big race to win the Piston Cup that you've always dreamed about your whole life and get that big ol' sponsor and that fancy helicopter you was talkin' about. Wait a minute!


Ramone paints himself and other cars, a 1959 Chevy Impala Lowrider Chevrolet.

Mater McQueen's best friend and sidekick, a 1951 International Harvester L-170 truck with elements of a mid-1950s Chevrolet.

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LIGHTNING MCQUEEN: OK, you got me out here. Where are we goin'? I don't know.

SALLY CARRERA: It moved with the land, you know? It rose, it fell, it curved.

MATER: Hey, listen, listen! If anybody asks you, we was out smashin' mailboxes, OK?

DOC HUDSON: They quit on me. When I finally got put together, I went back expecting a big welcome.

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