I don't think those vehicles would pass automotive inspections in Minnesota! We have such high standards!
Great catch! This vehicle obviously stands out, even there in the Villages. I'd be curious to know something more about it.
wow it looks new and beautiful!But in fact I guess it not comfortable at all.But it's cool!Great shots!Léia
A thing of beauty indeed! Inventive, creative, wonderful.
Strange but wonderful. I would have a ball driving that through Versailles!
How cool. Va-room!! Va-room!! I like it. MB
Bizarre cette voiture, un bon moyen de se montrer. Les agences de publicité devraient en profiter.
@ Dear Mr. Safe Leif Hagen: The problem is not the this vehicle would not meet the "high" standards of Minnesotans, it is that Minnesotans are usually too "high" to appreciate that said vehicle is above the usual "standards" and "laws" applied to motor-drive appliances.
These two are fantastic!
My first thought seeing the license plate was that it was Canadian, eh!
Definitely unique and I bet it's fun to drive.
I guess at least one snowbird has left Ontario and arrived in Florida to spend the next six months, eh?
@ EG - Thanks, EG, for stopping by these two blogs...as if you don't have enough to do!Do you think our snowbird drove the Krate EH down from Ontario?Nah, me either...Have a great Sunday!
That is UNIQUE!!
This rod would certainly give the golf cart community a run for its money. Over-the-top crate! Great capture Jacob. (You really should have waited for the owner and taken a ride.)
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