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Or like someone died for our sins in the back of his pickup. :frostyangel:

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It said peace on the tailgate dunno.gif

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Should have said piece instead.

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That dude really does have Jesus as is copilot :lol:

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It said peace on the tailgate dunno.gif

Dare I say it... (Holy) Ghost-riding the whip! :lol:

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:puke:

actually, that convertible idea... i'd like to meet the owner...

reminds me of my clip job...

$hade :ford::merc:

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Spotted this beauty on my daily Meijer Trip laugh.gif,

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-Alex

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This is a local car to me... It seriously has more vents and louvers than an F1 car...

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Spotted this one this morning. Late model Mazda 3 decked out with graphics (which you can't see in the pic) big ol chromed out rims (which you can't see in the pic) but the coup de grâce is the ginormous black wing. Which you CAN see in the pic. And possibly from space, as well!

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Just as a point to correct some of the wilder hypothesis about this photo, my opinion is the vehicle was one of many Google Earth cars roaming the country. For the original poster of the photo (Scuba9898), if you remember the location you took the photo, you could probably find yourself on the internet.

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For example, here is the interesting part. If you enter the following coordinates into Google Earth (52°12'20.17"N, 105° 8'25.77"W) and click on the little camera, zoom around and wow, you can see someone in a red Taurus wagon (still with winter tires and wheels) taking a picture of the Google Earth Streetview car (photo above) in my town taking a picture of the guy in the car taking a picture (see below). Yep, that's me.

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^ LOL. You should submit that to Jalopnik or AutoBlog.

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Jalopnik, please. If you don't have an account there already, I'd be happy to pass it along for you. ;)

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Jalopnik, please. If you don't have an account there already, I'd be happy to pass it along for you. ;)

Bull Geek and Brian_05_SEL

Were you commenting on my submission, or another one? If you were commenting on my Google Earth Car submission, consider this permission to freely submit it to anyone you choose. (Personally, I think I surrendered any and all rights, not to mention dignity, just for taking the picture.)

For your information, continue around the bend to the right, all the way to the end of the block, look back along Barnes Crescent and "Wow" there is another car that looks like mine (actually, maybe considering the season, maybe we could make this a contest to see who can find the most red Easter Eggs, namely a certain red Taurus wagon. Answer: Three different locations.)

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Bull Geek and Brian_05_SEL

Were you commenting on my submission, or another one? If you were commenting on my Google Earth Car submission, consider this permission to freely submit it to anyone you choose. (Personally, I think I surrendered any and all rights, not to mention dignity, just for taking the picture.)

For your information, continue around the bend to the right, all the way to the end of the block, look back along Barnes Crescent and "Wow" there is another car that looks like mine (actually, maybe considering the season, maybe we could make this a contest to see who can find the most red Easter Eggs, namely a certain red Taurus wagon. Answer: Three different locations.)

Done. ;)

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@SHO-WGN that's not a google street car laugh.gif. Right there is a 15 ft cross in back of a pick up .

-Alex

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Alex is right LOL it's an interesting sight....

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Outside of a convenience store.

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Outside of a convenience store.

CUE: Slightly British Television Program Announcer's Voice

** Here we see hiding in the bushes out side of the local "Quick Stop Grocery" an example of what One might call and evolving member of the species. That species of course is the fordescortus, most of the species died off after a mass extinction in early 2004 but some models are still trying to adapt to the changing environment. It's general diet consists of (or so we have been told we have never actually seen one go one the hunt...) Large V8 powered cars such as the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro, but also it is said to occasionally dine on members of its own genus ricius. This elusive creature is difficult to understand because it has a very hard exterior making it nearly impossible to see how it actually adapted to become a 1001 FWHP beast and even if it is in captivity the trainer or owner will never open its hood, this cause quite a stir among those who are sceptical of this power. That is all for this week, thank you for joining us for this episode of Badger Watch **

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Needs moar dwnfrce:

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thats quite a errr... specimen...

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CUE: Slightly British Television Program Announcer's Voice

** Here we see hiding in the bushes out side of the local "Quick Stop Grocery" an example of what One might call and evolving member of the species. That species of course is the fordescortus, most of the species died off after a mass extinction in early 2004 but some models are still trying to adapt to the changing environment. It's general diet consists of (or so we have been told we have never actually seen one go one the hunt...) Large V8 powered cars such as the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Camaro, but also it is said to occasionally dine on members of its own genus ricius. This elusive creature is difficult to understand because it has a very hard exterior making it nearly impossible to see how it actually adapted to become a 1001 FWHP beast and even if it is in captivity the trainer or owner will never open its hood, this cause quite a stir among those who are sceptical of this power. That is all for this week, thank you for joining us for this episode of Badger Watch **

Dude, that's funny as hell :rofl2:

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Dude, that's funny as hell :rofl2:

Jesus I only wrote it a month ago... -_-

But thanks my comedic efforts have been noticed :lol:

and just in case you wondered i have considered stand up ^_^ haha

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:ph34r:

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