Last Call- Oh Shoot, It's Broken! Edition

What was it that Jeff Goldblum’s character in Jurassic Park said? You were so preoccupied with whether or not they could that they didn’t stop to think if they should. 
Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything. Thread jacking is not only accepted, it’s encouraged. 
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  1. boxdin Avatar

    That is not a pretty car. No access to rear? Is that the window from the fixed head coupe? It distorts the lines…. whew…

  2. SYeager Avatar

    Love it, what is it?

  3. Lokki Avatar

    Me want.

  4. Andy Avatar

    This looks photoshopped. The dash is visible in the right front door and the same image is stretched in the window to the left. The steering wheel looks like its in the back seat.

    1. Batshitbox Avatar

      Yep. Photo-Chop. It must not exist because I can't find and porn made about it. Rule 34

    2. RahRahRecords Avatar

      yup, definite photochop. Neat concept though it could have been done more gracefully.

  5. Batshitbox Avatar

    So, I've had the influenza this week, and am nearly stir crazy from being house bound since Saturday. Occasionally I've amused myself by hitting the Random Article link on Wikipedia's main page. This is not all I have to show for it, but it's the most amusing. (It followed a 20 minute excursion in to the Rickman Motorcycle company.)
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Keekle is a hamlet in Cumbria, England. It is located just to the northeast of Goose Butts (which is approximately 22 km from Cockermouth) along the B5295 road."
    English place names always amuse.

  6. Sjalabais Avatar

    Who knew somebody took a phd on the social role of rally motor sport and its connection to commerce?:
    From its inauguration in 1973 until today, the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) has been transformed from a little-known series to a pop-cultural roadshow worth millions of euros.
    In a promotional context this has spurred a debate between those who want rallying to be what it was historically and those who desire a real shift into 'the commercial age'.
    Drawing upon interviews with key people in the sport and trans-local ethnographic research from rallies, spectator cultures, the inner life of a WRC team, and the media production facilities, this book explores these questions of commerciality and sporting identity, arguing that the WRC's sporting identity is in fact a promotional asset.
    Placed at the intersection of sociology and sports management, A Sociology of the World Rally Championship is essential reading on how to combine sporting heritage with commercial progress.


  7. Rover_1 Avatar

    A line of thinking more professionally, and actually carried out with the Elanbulance,
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    and the even better resolved and very successful Reliant Scimitar GTE.
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    1. Sjalabais Avatar

      Not to forget the holy grail of shooting brakes:
      [Insert angel choir]
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  8. Jbarry Avatar

    Jesus that is sexy

  9. MrDPR Avatar

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    1. RahRahRecords Avatar

      <sad trombone>

      1. RahRahRecords Avatar

        don 't get me wrong, Gremlins are cool, but look above it