Photo courtesy of Greg Coleman.
Found in Thailand.
CAUTION: In case of fire, use a hand grenade
Business is booming.
Obviously a Citröen C4.
Our cars are explosive
A gift for everyone
Our vehicles use the external combustion engine.
An offer to good to re-fuse.
– Now put the key into ignition, Madam.
If you want to blow up a car, don’t burn your lips on the exhaust pipe.
Get one now! They won’t last!
“I suggest you get the extra insurance sir.”
So that’s where all the Pintos went.
Didn’t they used to have an office in Oklahoma City?
They have Corvairs!
That’s where ISIS sold their overstocked fleet.
– Mommy, why is that man counting backwards?
For some reason, they never manage to rent the same car more than once.
Please fasten your seat belt so you don’t fallout.
You will love our new, clear rental agreement.
Dedicated to delivery of exploded chicken.
Ignition spark lit by Thai chilies.
Rental contract is an offer you can’t refuse!
Uh oh. Better get some fire distinguishers.
And make sure the exit holes are clearly marked.
♪ Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Thailand… ♪
You certainly get a lot of bang for your bucks here.
You’ll have to learn to drive stick…
“Rent” implies you’re supposed to bring it back….
WARNING: In case of safety, press the big red button on the dashboard
If womb is pronounced “woom” and tomb is pronounced “toom”, then why isn’t bomb pronounced “boom”?
@Frank Burns: Believe it or not, the United States Postal Service actually used Ford Pintos as mail cars decades ago and they lasted a long time in service. Maybe they’re fine if nobody hits them.
@Classic Steve: They provide a large box for that.
“Where’s the kaboom? There was supposed to be an earth- shattering kaboom!”
-Marvin the Martian.
Those cars with suicide doors weren’t bad enough?
@Lora: because English.
@Lora 0919. The fallout from a woom lasts much longer
So too, does a toom last longer.
A bomb is of relatively short duration, therefore it does not get the honour of the double “o”.
ENGRISH AS SHE IS WRIT.
@72rd 0917. The first car I ever drove with one of those. I looked at it and thought; Is this a self destruct button? Anyway, I pressed it. The results were underwhelming. After four desultory flashes of the indicators, all went black. (the fuse had blown)