Wow Fast Cars

Nice red hot convertible Ferrari! 

Man is this slick or what?

I wouldn’t leave a car like this parked on the street or with the top open. 

But boy would I enjoy driving this along the palm trees, white sand, and blue ocean beach. 

This is living in style!  🙂

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Kustom Cars

 

What a cool car!


Engine revving and the belts and pistons turning high up in the air.


And the the rest of the car, the body, couldn’t get any lower to the ground (not even John Belushi in The Blues Brothers)


As it was driving, the metal was scraping along the street. 


I wondered how it was that the pieces didn’t actually pull/fall off the car. 


The thing has got to be pretty solid despite the rusty looks.


This guy was getting quite a bit of attention along the beach.


Isn’t that the point. 😉


(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Flintstones Car(-Like)

Why do all the mechanic shops seem to have a car, like in this photo, lying around. 

Sort of reminds me of The Flintstones Car (from the TV Show originally aired in 60s).

No motor or anything; you would just stick your feet out the bottom and you would run while in the car. 

Stone Age answer to the need for an automobile. 

Hey whatever works and no need to recreate the wheel either.  😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Chucky Rules The Road

This was a scary mother of a truck. 

It had Chucky perched spread-eagle over the front crash bumper. 

Imagine looking in your rearview mirror and seeing this barreling down on you. 

Chucky rules the road and he’s coming for you.

It’s too late to run and hide. 

He’s gonna get you!

Consider yourself dead meat and it’s not even Friday the 13th. 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)

Ghostbusters Mobile

Look what car I found today in Lancaster County.

The Ghostbusters Mobile.

The hood ornament is even a little ghost!

From the looks of the downtown, there very possibly could’ve been some ghosts around. 

Life and death are just a hairbreadth away. 

And when you die in one life, you pass over to the next. 😉

(Credit Photo: Andy Blumenthal)