Mystery Car Revealed! Now get back to work.

How hard can it be? There have only been, what, a dozen diesel cars sold down there?
Have you figured it out yet? C'mon, I gave you plenty of time!

Since I’m sure you were all frantically fretting while you tried to determine the model of car with that tantalizing diesel badge, I figured I’d give you a little extra time to stew on it.
Okay, that’s a lie, the truth is, I forgot to post the answer. Hey, the V8 Supercars Bathurst 1000 isn’t going to watch itself, you know.
I’ll let dwegmull himself tell the story of finding this… uh… beauty.

I was walking back to the office from lunch the other day when I noticed this land barge in the local park and ride lot. At first I thought, it was just a nice caddy, as I got closer, I noticed the license plate and thought of taking a picture of it. Then I looked at the time an realized I might be late to a meeting and kept walking. Then I noticed the little badge on the front fender: DIESEL. Now that required documentation! I only had my phone with me, so the pictures are far from perfect… The light was not exactly perfect either, not to mention the complete lack of skill of the photographer.
But I did make the meeting on time (just!).

So there you have it. I can’t determine a winner because I’m trying to do this from my phone, but that’s okay. You’re all winners in my heart.


  1. The other great part of the big hood? Plenty of room underneath (at least in terms of length and width) for a Duramax.
    Yeah, I just went there.

  2. Plenty of room under the hood to cook breakfast on the block, too. Shoulda known it would have been a Caddy!

  3. They sure don’t make ’em like they used to. Good thing, too. But I could really use those seats for my living room.

  4. I can’t believe I missed this one and would have gotten it too if i wouldn’t have been off playing king of the hill last night.
    Maaaan. I would have been a winner.

  5. How awesome would the new Audi diesel ad campaign be, if at the dock with all the oil barrels rolling back to the oil tanker, it was the Q7, an A3, and this Caddy watching them…

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