posted by Ralf K (Don Kincl)
It’s a drunken Greens member, who’s befuddled “Plant a tree today!” and “Save the impala!” by saving an Impala today and putting a tree plant in it.
Is that a real tree or a fake one? The leaves look dusty and there isn’t much sunlight I can see.
Wow. This really shows how little metal was used in that ‘61 C pillar.
“Shaded deck” – good in a house for sale ad, bad in a car for sale ad.
Or “Impala – America’s most poplar car”
Couldn’t ash for a better pun.
I’m pining for another one.
According to the license plate, this car was only on the road for two years.
Actually, Hardboiled Eggs and Nuts, those license plates could be used into the 1980s and that plate has a newer year sticker on it.
I had to get rid of my 63 Washington plates back in the 80s yet I still cars with them.
Hmm, the car is green and the tree is grey….
Better than the other way around?
I want to save it! The Impala, not the tree.
Same year as me!
Depending on the day, I feel the same way that poor Impala looks.
I like the patina.
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