Last Call: How Cool? Edition

Oh sure, your bike’s badge may be cool, but is it naked Mercury holding a caduceus while riding a winged unicycle cool?
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10 responses to “Last Call: How Cool? Edition”

  1. Batshitbox Avatar

    I dunno, he sorta looks off balance there. Still it’s better than a rifle tripod surrounded by a deflated silicon rubber inner tube with poop coming out of the bottom.

    1. Rob Emslie Avatar
      Rob Emslie

      I always thought that was some sort of dried fruit or chili pepper on there.

      1. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar

        This is true. Similarly, the Veloce logo was what first prompted bikers’ old ladies to flash their bewbs at biker rallies.

  2. mdharrell Avatar

    My “motorcycle” features a nearly amorphous winged object, probably a bird, probably naked.
    So no, it is not as cool as that of The Vincent HRD Company.

    1. ptschett Avatar

      I’m just going to assume the bird is naked because that makes the world a simpler place. (Otherwise one has to consider things like: why does Donald Duck only wear clothes above the waist while Mickey Mouse only wears clothes below the waist?)

    2. 0A5599 Avatar

      Not a bird. Freeway is a dog, of the Lowchen breed.

  3. ptschett Avatar

    So I took the Challenger to the dealership today, as scheduled last week, to have them:
    a. address a nuisance check engine light that’s been on for a few weeks (my code reader had it as a P0456 teeny tiny evaporative emissions leak) and
    b. change the oil.
    I got it back with a 3 page statement of services done… the oil change with a few lines to document 7 quarts of Shell/Pennzoil 5W-20 synthetic and a Mopar 899 filter, the rest was software updates. Evidently there was a TSB for the fault code I had with a software update for the PCM specific to that, and also updates for the transmission control module and a few other modules.
    While I was there I checked with my salesman and learned that my Ram 1500 is now in “D1” status, meaning it has a VIN and it’s on the build schedule. It could be here by Easter.

  4. Peter Tanshanomi Avatar

    Yeah, but that’s not even close to Robot Lion cool.