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Classic Plymouth Barracuda used for Once Upon a Time

This classic 1960s Plymouth Barracuda car and “Greetings from Storybrooke” sign served as the backdrop for a scene from Once Upon A Time. - Martin van den Hemel photo
This classic 1960s Plymouth Barracuda car and “Greetings from Storybrooke” sign served as the backdrop for a scene from Once Upon A Time.
— image credit: Martin van den Hemel photo

The show might be on a mid-season hiatus, but filming of the hit ABC TV fantasy drama Once Upon a Time continued in Steveston on a cold Monday afternoon, where this classic 1960s Plymouth Barracuda car and “Greetings from Storybrooke” sign served as the backdrop for a scene involving Prince Charming, Snow White and Grumpy, and tow truck connected to a rope extending into a deep pit along the boardwalk.

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