Last Call; Love That Bug Edition

I had always wondered what might have happened if Herbie The Love Bug had been art directed by H.R. Geiger.
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8 responses to “Last Call; Love That Bug Edition”

    1. Rover 1 Avatar
      Rover 1

      I always thought that the headlights should be the eyes.

      1. Sjalabais Avatar

        Lightning McQueen: [bored] Well, you know, race cars don’t need headlights, because the track is always lit.

        1. Fresh-Outta-Nissans Avatar

          The race track is SO LIT, you guys.

  1. Sjalabais Avatar

    I know a lot of the kids here like to play with small trucks. This little Isuzu longbed would be perfect to collect firewood. It’s 30+ years old and thus generates close to zero fixed cost in the form of insurance and taxes. It’s really neat and low mileage…but for the ask of 2400$ one could just buy firewood for 4-5 winters, or so I’m told.

    1. Guest Avatar

      I really like the looks, and the idea, but having ridden/driven in my sister 1991 Toyota Pickup (NA version of the Hilux), I’d prefer something with a little more legroom… and headroom, and shouldroom.

      I’m not that big (6’0″, 200lbs) but that truck always seems a little claustrophobic to me, and this one doesn’t seem much better.

      A bit more power would also be nice, which is why a Jeep Comanche is my ideal truck.

      One of those with 4×4, a 4.0L and a manual transmission would be almost as useful as a fullsize truck, with a smaller footprint.

      1. Sjalabais Avatar

        Definitely a work vehicle only. They tend to be very harsh rides, too, unless being loaded up with lots of heavy stuff.

        1. Guest Avatar

          For that use, it would be great.

          Living on a farm, I really apreciate having the use of two pickups (said Toyota, and a 2000 GMC Sierra 2500, which I prefer), for whenever something large, dirty, or heavy needs to be moved.