posted at the Cohort by Tim Finn
That one’s actually cute. And has the inevitable front bumper bent down.
A nice reminder that I need to clean up Agnes (2002 Honda Civic Si) for this Saturday’s Cars and Coffee.
Wow, that looks like a Gambler 500 vehicle and an eye catching one at that!! Wonder why they didn’t use a Mazda Navajo or a 2 door Explorer? I know it has a rollbar, but I’d worry about the windshield frame crushing me if the vehicle rolled over.
I like how the badge has been reworked to read EXPLODER.
I would not want to own but they have done a nice job converting into a full scale toy look a like.
Looks like something to use when driving around Miami.
That hood wart looks like it came from a lawn tractor. Which I suppose fits right in.
How you get in it, NASCAR style ?
Soooo, what’s the battery range?
Barbie. SMH. That b**ch has everything.
Looks like the doors don’t open, you climb over. It would help with the chassis rigidity, but do they keep a small stepladder in the back?
Is this a test mule for the new Bronco that Ford is going to launch soon?
The dolls on a pole seem to be in a different spot in the yard in each of the photos…
I hope Tim took some shots of the VW in the background while he was there, it is way more interesting to me. I like that green color.
When I saw the lead-off picture, my mind went immediately to this song and video.
At first, I thought the lead-in picture was a close up of one of those Power Wheels toys.
This is Now MY gambler. SIRCH & RASQUE #terriblehoomanz
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