Friday, August 27, 2010

NOT A FORD MUSTANG

This has to be the most unique car that I have ever seen. Let's see, it's not a horseless carriage and probably has more than a one horse power engine. Maybe, it belonged to a cowboy who moved to the big city. Regardless, I am in serious negotiations to replace the Yugo with fine machine.

35 comments:

  1. Where do you find this stuff? I swear!
    V

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  2. That's hilarious! What a fantastic vehicle. Great picture!

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  3. Scary to imagine what adventures can happen when you are in the saddle.

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  4. If I don't see the steering wheel on the horse's neck, i am inclined to ask if this is a real horse.

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  5. what a beautiful bodycar AH! Ah! Ah!

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  6. I have trouble imagining you perched on a white horse, driving around town taking photos of mailboxes. Really, I do.

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  7. Very creative and funny idea, I love your title for this post, this exposition looks very interesting!
    Hugs and a beautiful weekend
    Léia

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  8. I love the steering wheel location...

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  9. Hee! No one will forget you in this beauty, that's for sure!

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  10. I had to enlarge it to make sure what I was seeing. How many wrecks would that cause by rubberneckers?

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  11. You've got to have Moxie to be seen in that thing.

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  12. This is unbelievable! I think you are right when you say it belonged to a cowboy who moved to the big city.

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  13. «Louis» saw an AMC Gremlin on the road yesterday and thought it might be a worthy replacement for the Yugo...

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  14. Wasn't Moxie a soda drink sold back in the turn of the century? Maybe this is an ad. A weird one.

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  15. I didn't get it at first: you can ride the horse and drive the car from up there... Does it really work? I am quite afraid that the answer would be yes!

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  16. Even better than the Gremlin as a replacement for the Yugo: «Louis» just saw an AMC PACER! He tried to flag the owner down and give him your contact information, but, alas was (ahem) out-Paced...

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  17. You brought a smile to my face! What a great machine! I wonder what genius thought this up. Loved your commentary, too.

    Boy, you sure put my little horse to shame, though!

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  18. I love that man standing behind the car (can we call it a car?) with that "what the...?" expression on his face!!! Fantastic :D

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  19. I think it fits with your "riders on the storm" theme from the other day!

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  20. Ah, you would turn many heads as you go cruising the hiways and byways in this marvelous machine. MB.

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  21. You really need to divulge where you find these amazing captures. Too funny.

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  22. Fabulous idea, B Squared. THIS is the car for you.

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  23. Very interesting this post. He looks like a toy. Very playful.

    Thank you for visiting my blog.

    Greetings from Roberto

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  24. OMG where do you find these things

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  25. How funny that the horse is backwards.

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  26. Great shot! Wonder if this is GM's secret weapon to pay back all the bail out money?

    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  27. I do love your blog post titles .. always makes me smile

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  28. That's a very curious mode of transportation. Which is transporting which?

    Have a great start to your week!

    Many thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come visit again tomorrow!

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  29. That is a great caption. Cool photo.

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  30. Golly, what your presence has done to Harbor Spring... Are you sure you saw this before the party?!

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  31. The look on the guy's face contemplating the horse is priceless.

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  32. I was going to ask is it a real horse, but I just saw the steering wheel, so I won't ask. Amusing vehicle though, I could just imagine the looks one would get riding it down the main street.

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