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Wall-E, one of Disney Pixar's biggest hits, was brought to a life at a small Bakersfield, California, workshop. Using all recycled parts, the 1-to-1 ratio Wall-E is a walking, well rolling, and talking tribute to the lovable character. This project was made a for a part of YouTube's Geek Week

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