I am trying really hard to rationalize why a person would do this to their own car. The best I can come up with is that someone accidentally ruined their paint by driving through fresh asphalt the same week they started up a DeviantArt account.
Yes, it’s exactly what it looks like. A re-badged Trooper. It’s fascinating to read about which manufacturers have been in bed with which other manufacturers and I think is one of the weirder ones.
I was desperately trying to find my way out of the dreaded part of North Phoenix known as “The Square” (look it up) when I came across this Hornet parked on the side of the road.
I really don’t understand what business GM’s “excitement” division had building large, luxurious, slow cars like this. Don’t get me wrong, I love the body style, and I’d love to have one, I’m just having trouble trying to come to terms with the reason for this car existing in the first place. It would have made a little more sense back in the 60’s when it was actually possible for a big car to have enough power to actually be exciting, but by the late 70’s, all the car makers were pumping out turd after (sometimes nice looking) turd and I don’t really see anything too exciting about that.
I was riding my bike around on a nice sunny Saturday in Phoenix, just minding my own business, when I came across this Aston Martin just hanging out in the Metrocenter parking lot. At first, I couldn’t figure out why such a car would be parked at what I would surely consider to be one of the top five shittiest places I know about.
I’m getting so sick of seeing all these dickheads driving lowered BMWs with perfect paint and empty high-end roof racks driving around town all the time. It’s so refreshing to see somebody making really good use of what looks to me like just a regular non-hipster rack. (ie. no deflector covered with ironic stickers).
I’m sorry I didn’t come up a punch line for this one. Actually, now that I think about it, I guess this truck IS the punchline.