Clint a young man with a dream enters his custom van, Vandora, into a van contest known only as "Freakout". Eventually, Clint has to outrun some corny hick cops and use his van to battle a group of really bad guy bikers with an attitude to stay on the road. Good thing he installed those solar powered laser beams in his van! From the director of Disco Fever, Lamar Card, comes another movie made to capitalize off of a marginal craze of drug hazed 1970 fads. Imagine an entire movie centered on custom van culture with a drunken Charles Bukowski cameo thrown in for good luck and the kitchen sink for good measure and your getting a good idea of the look and feel for this totally cheesy of cheesiest movies from the late 1970s - Get That Free Wheelin' Feelin'<br /><br />DISCO FEVER director Lamar Card returns to deliver another flick that could have only been made in the 1970s. All Clint needs to be happy is a wide open road and a full tank of gas for Vandora, his futuristic custom van. Clint is on his way to enter Vandora into the "Freakout" van competition when the cherries of a police cruiser start glaring in his rear view mirror. But the cops aren't the only ones keeping Clint and Vandora from getting to the "Freakout" in time for the competition; a gang of hot-headed bikers are determined to drive him straight off the road. With time running out and the competition fast approaching, Clint punches the gas and uses his solar-powered lasers to blow away anyone who gets in his way.