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Thirty years ago on July 29 Clark Griswold and his wacky family set out for what would become the greatest vacation of all time -- to land on big screens, that is.

Disney has honored the 30-year anniversary of "National Lampoon's Vacation" by showcasing the real-life Griswold family.

The present-day Griswolds -- Steve, Lisa, and their daughters Amber and Brooke -- hopped in their custom-made Wagon Queen Family Truckster, similar to the one in the 1983 "Vacation" flick, for an epic family journey to Walt Disney World Resort.

"Griswold is our real name, just like in the movie," said Steve. "Everyone is always teasing me about it. I finally just thought, 'let's take it to the next level and actually build a Truckster.'"

This lime green, wood-paneled wagon -- seen in the video and gallery below -- surely pays homage to the original Truckster whip.,

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