December 24, 2014 is the final day of Hanukkah (until sunset), as well as Christmas Eve. I wasn’t expecting to find such a smorgasbord of seasonal celebration this morning, though an automotive shofar had proclaimed the season a few days before …
Or, if you prefer, the Blues Brothers are now on a Mission from the Rebbe.
I’d also gotten a better look at this Toyota Sunrader rig, last weekend.
Toyota campers used to be everywhere, it seemed to me, but this looks bigger than the Chinook campers I remember. The overhang just dwarfs the cab of what looks like a 1978-or-so Toyota pickup. I couldn’t find much information on Sunrader on the internet, and I didn’t get a good look at the truck’s dually setup, either.
Anyway, Los Angeles says Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah, in the language of the automobile.
Merry Christmas to those who celebrate. Happy Hanukkah to those who celebrate. Either way, Happy Holidays. 🙂
Peace on Earth & good will to all CC’ers! 🙂
Happy Holidays to all and kudos to the people who lashed a Menorah to their rental car. Wonder what the megaphones are for? The barcode on the side rear window seems like a giveaway for it to be a rental car to me.
Couple of Toyotas and a Dodge, but what we need here is a Hondakkah. Seriously, these are fun photos. I have never seen one of these in the midwest.
Happy Hanukkah to all who celebrate it! And I made my greeting with over an hour to spare.
I had an 84 Toyota Sunrader for a while. Nice rig but not without problems. The fiberglass camper body shook to much , everything kept coming down. The 4 cyl. engine didn’t have much power to move the 5000 lbs motorhome. Couldn’t get 20 mpg. The smaller Chinook I had previously was better suited for that engine. If you’re interested in Toyota motorhomes there’s a good Yahoo group that has a lot of owners and info.
CC Effect – I saw a very clean Toyota Sunrader of this exact vintage a few hours ago!
Happy last day of Chanukah and Merry Christmas to all the folks in CC land. That is the first time I have seen a menorah display on a car. In my parts it is usually a bunches of cars with antlers and a red nose on the grill or Christmas bows on the grill.
I wounder how that rig holds up at 60 miles an hour?
I’d take the Toyota Sunrader. What better way to road trip the West Coast America, than in a motorhome?
I’d want to do a west coast tour in a VW westy camper.
However you travel, make sure it’s fun and safe. Merry Christmas. Happy Hanukkah. 🙂
How bizarre to see this – never saw these things in Israel! Oh, happy celebrations and holidays to all.