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Peter: 14th Nov 2007 - 14:36 GMT
hahaha, nice find! looks like an older renault aro. they did quite a good job of covering it...
Dante: 14th Nov 2007 - 20:01 GMT
Thats a Lada, It's been in the hood for more than two years now.The pic is old as the street has been under major construction for over a year now! Now that I've found this great site I'll post a couple shots of the work.
Peter: 14th Nov 2007 - 20:18 GMT
zagg: 15th Nov 2007 - 01:21 GMT
I've heard people want more "green" vehicle options --- I don't think this is what they meant! har har.
steelisreal: 15th Nov 2007 - 23:39 GMT
that is awesome, I have see astroturf bicycles and a motorcycle but this is the first car.
Franny Wentzel: 10th Apr 2015 - 01:30 GMT
Spokesman: These days, everyone's talking about the Hyundai, and the Yugo. Both nice cars, if you've got $3,000 or $4,000 to throw around. But, for those of us whose name doesn't happen to be Rockefeller, finally there's some good news - a car with a sticker price of $179. That's right, $179. The name of the car?
Adobe. The sassy new Mexican import that's made out of clay. German engineering and Mexican know-how helped create the first car to break the $200 barrier. At this price, you might not expect more than reliable transportation - but, brother, you get it! Extra features: like the custom contour seats, or the beverage-gripping dash. And the money you save isn't exactly small change!
Adobe driver get into a fender-bender. She casually steps out of the vehicle and uses her hands to mold her bumper back into its proper shape, in under six minutes!
Spokesman: Adobe. You can buy a cheaper car. But I wouldn't recommend it!
Announcer: Not approved for street use in some states. No warranty either expressed or implied. All sales final.
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