Humans generally do not look kindly on invertebrates. Creepy-crawlers with a surplus of appendages are, for the most part, unattractive and undesirable to have around. But there are exceptions. Insects and spiders bite, sting, can carry disease, carry venom. And, as we all know, any creature that is badass enough to inflict pain and potentially kill you is marketing gold.
Since most people are a bit fuzzy on the differences between insects, arachnids, and crustaceans — and don’t realize that a centipede is none of the above, I’ll open up this discussion to all Arthropods, which is basically any animal with a hard exoskeleton and six or more jointed legs.
The Caveats (there are always caveats):
- Manufacturers’ marques, model names and trim lines are all fair game. Slang, nicknames, and marketing imagery are not.
- The names of concept cars, race cars, one-offs and stillborn prototypes are only allowable if it was an officially-bestowed name by a recognized automotive manufacturer, kit car builder, or styling house.
- Cars, light and heavy trucks, motorcycles are all fair game. No boats or airplanes, please.
Difficulty: As easy as getting bit my a mosquito on a summer’s night at dusk.
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