Last Call- World's Slowest Car Thief

One piece at a time.
One piece at a time.

Bill’s inability to drive stick didn’t prevent him from stealing the car, it only made the job take a lot longer than planned.
Image source: [carismyride.com]

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13 responses to “Last Call- World's Slowest Car Thief”

  1. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

    See bicycles are useful for stuff…

  2. citroen67 Avatar

    Hey, it looks like Dort Highway in Flint! When I drove a gravel train for a friend of mine during that whole spike in scrap price, you would see all kinds of this stuff. I once saw a dude come through the gates of the scrapyard pushing a shopping cart full of copper bits. He stood on the scale for ten minutes until the Flint P.D. showed up to give him a "ride downtown."

  3. Deartháir Avatar
    Deartháir

    So, as a total non-sequitur, I'm not sure if we ever really explained the thought process behind "Last Call". I shall now attempt to do so:
    Last Call is the last real post of the day, and as such, is usually sort of a "moment of zen" idea. Something random, funny, obscure, or cool from Graverobber's archives, intended only to spark a bit of discussion. This article is intended as the off-topic free-for-all, should any of you be interested. Remember a certain other site's end-of-day "smoking lounge"? Yeah. That's what we'd like to create.
    So don't worry about getting off-topic in here (not like we're really strict about it on the other pages, but you know what we mean). Just keep it civil, play nice, and anything goes.
    Now then. Any other rye drinkers around? I'm getting a little tired of my Forty Creek Special Reserve. Any other reasonably-priced delicious options to recommend to me?

    1. CptSevere Avatar

      Old Overholt! It's a damn good rye. Steinbeck's characters in Cannery Row Drank it (they referred to it as Old Overcoat), supposedly Doc Holladay drank it, and I do, too. It's been served here in Tombstone for 130 years and I named a cat after it. Warm, kinda sweet taste. Like it, and I don't even like whiskey that much. Tastes yummy when it's cold out.

      1. dculberson Avatar
        dculberson

        Holy Crap! Another Old Overholt drinker! I love the stuff. It's so cheap … the wife and I started getting into scotch then bourbon. When I tried rye at a friend's restaurant, I had to get a bottle. I was dubious of the Overholt because it was, what, ten – fifteen bucks? But it's awesome! I've even managed to get my wife over to the dark and yummy side.
        Speaking of which, I just finished a bottle. Time to go restock!! [hic]

        1. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

          I've always been more of a burbon guy, Jack, Jamison, Woodrif Reserve… any other thoughts?

          1. Smells_Homeless Avatar

            Bulleit. Oh how I love Bulleit

    2. SSurfer321 Avatar

      I've been enjoying my bottle of The Glenlivet 15 yr French Oak Reserve. Very smooth and tasty, as it should be for the price.

    3. Target29 Avatar

      Bushmills!

      1. iheartstiggie Avatar
  4. Alff Avatar

    Nice job on the mid-engine, RWD conversion.

    1. BrianTheHoon Avatar

      *click*
      That made me laugh.

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