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March 21, 2008

Adult vehicles (NSFW)

Tata_nano This is the one and only Moto-Penis (AKA DilDozer. Warning - NSFW!) created by John Kohnen, with help from Bill Dunaway, for the well known and popular band The Cherry Poppin' Daddies. We did the mechanicals, Gil's Seatcovers did the skin, and the Daddies sculpted the glans. The Moto-Penis uses a starter motor from a Ford 292 to get from place to place, and erectile and ejaculatory functions are powered by compressed air

Also, "The first Sunday in April is almost here, which means it’s almost time for Kawasaki’s notorious Kanamara fertility festival, at which an enormous pink penis is paraded around town by transvestites, vegetables are carved into phallic shapes, and crowds nibble on pink schlong-shaped lollipops. Before you sigh “those crazy Japanese people,” I should point out that these days the voyeuristic, giggling Western tourists outnumber the locals..." Penis Party 2008. (From your monkey called)

Pedal-Powered Car Gets Pulled Over by Toronto Police. (The video is very funny)

Llama transport. (From World rider)

Drug deal on Google Street View. (From Google Sightseeing)

Gallery of Stars and cars

A Huge Depository of Unusual Car Links Here

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I can't believe that these are even called cars. If the wind blows strong enough it will make this car a total loss in the eyes of an insurance adjuster. I restore cars from days gone by and they were really cars. These cars were not just transportation, they were and are fun to drive. I believe cars have always been a symbol of status and a symbol of who you are. I would not be interested in talking to anyone that owned a little rabbit terd of a car like this one. I find the additions to be interesting but that is as far asit goes for me. Give me an American V8 and a four speed on a winding strectch of open road. That's driving.

Posted by: Chris at Apr 16, 2008 12:04:58 PM