Sunday, September 20, 2015

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It not often that you find one of these off a rally track and on a city street. I was taking some pictures of it and another guy was doing the same. "Pretty nice". I said. His retort was simply, "This could get you up and get you there." I had to agree. This GT looked like it would be right at home running the track at Watkins Glen or some place similar. Nice leather seats and a dashboard that looked to have plenty of  complicated instruments that would keep me occupied for awhile. Now, the extremely tight back seat (if that's what you call it) was thought-provoking. It had two metal lobster traps stuffed in it.
Ha!
Only in Maine, I guess.
Tourist?
Native?
You make the call.
* Dad, on his birthday, would have loved to take a spin.

19 comments:

  1. It's possible it may remain a mystery :)

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  2. It's possible it may remain a mystery :)

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  3. I guess you never know when and where you might need to trap a lobster.

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  4. Who knows...I'll show this to my J, who is a Car Guy.

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  5. Nice paint job, I can't make the call on the lobster trap thing.

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  6. I love the addition of the lobster traps!

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  7. Strange to see them on the road. I saw one recently on the streets that had the look of an INDY car.

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  8. Don't all Maine residents have lobster traps in their back seats? :-)

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  9. I can see you chewing up the dirt on the back roads of Maine with this thing.

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  10. Oh, look at all those reflected selfies!
    A car like this is a real risk on the streets. Really! How can anyone stay under the posted speed limit?

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  11. I guess there were no lobsters in the traps. What a pity!

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  12. Were you dreaming of other diversions perhaps?

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