Your eyes are not wrong. It is pink. Would you pay to ride in it?
Ewww! Now THAT’S an insult to everything Impala. Makes my eyes hurt, and no, I would not pay to ride in it unless I had no other choice and a Ford wasn’t available!
Yikes, I would pay to Not ride in it. Did Mary Kay fall on hard times?
Pink is a color, just like blue or green. Would I ride in it? Probably not, but that has more to do with it being an Impala than its color.
Absolutely true. Yet we don’t all drive black cars. Why are some colors OK for our cars (like red or black) and others not? Likewise why are some colors OK for our houses and others (like red or black) are not?
Pink color only fit to a 1959 Cadillac just like the one in the movie “Pink Cadillac”.
I would ride in it if I needed a Taxi. There is a certain age when your testosterone drops and you sensitivity to what others think seems to go with it.
I don’t suppose it will ever get so low that I would buy it. If I did, there would be a few rattle cans of Walmart paint in it’s immediate future.
I’m secure enough in my masculinity to ride in it, but not secure enough in my eyesight. Yikes!
We have a pink taxi here in North Bay. It’s painted as an advertisement for Breast Cancer. It also has a pink roof top light. Unlike a lot of larger cities, taxis can be painted any way here, and they are. All decked out in some sort of advertisement or other, though most just have painted logos on the auction bought Impalas or Caravans.
Everyone needs one. Then we would have a pink carnation. Sorry.
I used to ride in my grandmothers pink Morris Monor as a kid and I owned a pink and grey FB Holden for 6 hours so this is no worse.
Henry J Kaiser painted his vehicles pink.
In my town, someone painted a ’50 Chevy Styleline DeLuxe sedan, including the bumpers, this color. Someone else has a first-generation Honda Insight with the roof, hood, hatch, pillars, and upper part of the sides painted this color. The lower sides and bumpers have the factory dark gray. You can’t miss either car!
There’s pink and there’s pink, this isn’t a half bad shade of it.
But would I ride in it, dunno, now if turquoise or yellow, definitely.
Well, at least it’s easy to spot in traffic…
At least the bow tie is still blue.
It’s a cab. You call a cab; and take what comes. Or what the doorman flags down for you.
If the driver stinks, or if the car is pinks…tough toenails.
Aaaaaahh, it burns, it burns!!!…………..
This is a cab we had set up to raise awareness for breast cancer. It is the Susan J. Komen color and we have done around $3,000 in donations to local Cancer charities. It is very popular with our customer base.
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