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    Hot Rod Limo

    I saw this car on the streets of Brentwood last Sunday, and managed to find a video of it with just a little searching around. When I saw it, it was full of people, and they looked like they were having a great time. It'd be the perfect wedding ride for a die hard hotrodder.

    http://videos.streetfire.net/video/H...imo_170380.htm

    Sorry for the background music.
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    Nice! Wonder if they have a removable top or just have to avoid the rain.
    Darren

    To a small child, the perfect granddad is unafraid of big dogs and fierce storms but absolutely terrified of the word “boo.” – Robert Brault

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    More importantly, how do you avoid the bugs. That would be one interesting wedding dress after that ride.

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    That is Cool. But it also shows how some people have just way to much time on their hands.

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    I want one!
    Got Wood?

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    Rain, bugs? You guys are really funny. It's LA, dude. There ain't no rain or bugs!

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    Neat. There is a national T-Bucket convention here in Mountain Home, Arkansas every year. That stretch-T would make an interesting addition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Satko View Post
    More importantly, how do you avoid the bugs. That would be one interesting wedding dress after that ride.
    Hmmm... it never rains in southern california! And there aren't any bugs! But the wind really does a number on long hair. In my misspent youth, I used to ride around in something like this:



    To quote another song, it almost got me to cut my hair. Almost!

    http://www.mp3lyrics.org/c/crosby-st...-young/almost/

    Still, my first question watching the video was "Is that thing really street legal?"


    Thanks,

    Bill

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Lantry View Post
    ...Still, my first question watching the video was "Is that thing really street legal?"
    Lights? Check.

    Horn? Check.

    Turn signals? Check.

    Brake lights? Check.

    Windshield wipers? Check.

    When I saw it Sunday, it was loaded with people, apparently under hire, which would indicate it has commercial certification.
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    And why do people think southern Californian's are odd? That seems perfectly normal to me. It rarely rains and all the bugs died due to an intolerance for smog ;-) We covered the desert with concrete and pumped in water . . . who need bugs or rain?
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