Sadly, the little Bugeye Sprite did not notice the big, fat Highlander sneaking up behind it, and was quickly eaten.
Or was it a big, high, Fatlander?
That’s a Highlander?
Damn, I thought it was a Sequoia.
Carmine how dare you not be able to identify a vehicle properly made by the best car company in the world.
The Toyota was there before the mall and the parking lot was built, that’s how long they last.
Hopefully it was parked there before the car show started!
The Sprite looks like fun. I’d like to drive one just to see if it lives up to its looks.
Then again, I’ve always wanted a Crosley HotShot…so what do I know.
I have sometimes wondered if the Sprite was the inspiration for some of Mazda’s modern “faces”.
Where is Marlin Perkins when you need him?
I loved this commercial when it was on the air. This post reminded me of it immediately…
I noticed the Ford coupe in the background in its two-tone paint combination similar to a lot of 55 and 56 Chevys I’ve seen. Maybe that’s because my 53 Stude hardtop was painted those colors.
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