oh man the clouds reflecting in that curved glass.
I've always kind of admired those cars. It's still in the back of my head that maybe one day I will own one.
This needs to be an official St. Johns Parade car.
Need some goldfish window stickers. And a treasure chest sitting on the rear deck.
How could I forget one of the most epic OPC finds ever? The car looks relatively unchanged since 2011. Awesome re-post.
The clouds reflecting on the glass in the rear shot really is stunning.
the first wide small car. I always love to see a good mirthmobile runnin around.
Yeah, (Much laughter) they did call 'em fishbowls didn't they?
You just might Richard. Prices for these cars are low and very affordable. Last timeI knew, you could pick one up for just over $2,000.00. Although they were consideredsmall cars, the gas mileage really sucked. My BIL owned one and the best MPG hegot was 12-15 city and 18-21 highway. We drove this car while ours was in the shop.My wife was very upset about this issue. Seeing this reminded me of the 2 weeks of misery I endured listening to her constant complaining.
It's awesome because it's rugged, and who needs driveways anyways?
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