Bozo's bank had him big pimpin'

Bozo's bank had him big pimpin'
Originally uploaded by Esther17.

/cue circus music....

So, I'm having lunch at Wendy's on Saturday, when I look out the window and see this drive by. I turn around, along with everyone else in the restaurant, and watch, while the car parks, and then this 6-foot tall man opens the front door, and climbs out. That's when I proceeded to get the giggles that would not stop, so I finished my lunch, and of course, broke out the camera.


Blogger buttershug said...

Cousin It's car!

12/12/2005 11:23 AM  
Anonymous Nina said...


I'm amazed a six foot man could fit into that thing!

12/12/2005 11:01 PM  
Anonymous Nina said...

six foot TALL man.


12/12/2005 11:04 PM  
Anonymous Tami Jo said...

Where does one find a contraption such as this? Did he open a bank account and they had run out of give-away toasters or something?

12/13/2005 6:05 AM  
Blogger buttershug said...

He borrowed it from his 4 year-old nephew. There's a hole in the floor for his feet, a la flinstone.

12/13/2005 3:30 PM  
Anonymous Davezilla said...

It's rare to catch a clown off-duty like that.

12/13/2005 4:49 PM  
Blogger Esther said...

I was really disappointed that 8 other clowns didn't come out of the car with him.

12/13/2005 4:53 PM  
Blogger buttershug said...

You said "clown". =(

12/14/2005 6:04 AM  
Blogger Esther said...

I'm sorry, Nikki. I take it back, and hand out cookies to ease the pain.

12/14/2005 1:14 PM  
Blogger buttershug said...


12/14/2005 5:44 PM  
Anonymous magpie-moon said...

we went to london last fall, and those little cars were everywhere! i was amazed at how popular they are there, but then parking (and driving) space is at a definite premium.

12/29/2005 10:28 PM  
Blogger Dave MacLeod said...

What a beauty! These were really popular in the UK in the 50's and I guess very few made it to the US.

AFAIK most were made by the German aero/motor companies after the war and if it wasn't for the success of these then nobody would be driving a BMW these days.

They're really rare these days (I live in London and haven't seen one in the flesh for ages) and models in good condition fetch astronomical prices. If you're interested in finding out more have a google for "bubble car".

1/01/2006 5:15 PM  

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