They say they are all pink inside. A surprising number is pink on the outside, as our weekly hunt for the crimson cars certifies, so much that our mailbox at firstname.lastname@example.org is all pink inside…
This time, the hunt starts with a big game trophy. Reader Kevin Jaeger bagged this pink cement truck in Ottawa, Canada. “Not something you see at every construction site,” Kevin says, and we agree. There are more …
“Your wife’s?” asks Anon Random (most likely not his real name, if it is, our condolences.) Frau Schmitto-san denies any ownership, but says: “Eeeeeeh! My girlfriend’s pink Porsche. She owns that garage in Akasaka – she can buy one a day with the money she makes there.”
“This carcass of a car was being hauled north on I-75 between Fort Myers and Tampa, FL. My guess is that it’s a long-dead GT40 kit car,” writes Multicam from Florida. With all that Bondo, the picture nearly didn’t pass our strict acceptance rules (all pink) – but we make an exception.
Thefronge receives extra credit (five pink slips) for having the presence of mind (and camera) for a video.
Thank you for sending so many pink cars to email@example.com. The kill was so plenty that we will run another pink installment tomorrow.
Hunt the pinkies! Send pictures of pink cars to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please enclose your TTAC screen name for proper credit. If you forget it, we’ll publish your pinkies under your full name.
And may the pink be with us.