Shoot The Pink: No Bag Limit!

Bertel Schmitt
by Bertel Schmitt

Welcome to Shoot The Pink, where TTACers bag pink cars. The rules can’t be simpler:

  • A car, any car
  • It must be pink

Send your pink trophies to shootthepink@gmail.com. Include some info about what and where. And don’t forget your TTAC screen name.

Daveinchina is first with this very pink Cayman from China:

Pictures of pink Porsche with poorly applied rhinestones probably Swarovsky crystals. Absolutely hideous looking, found in Xujiahui in Shanghai.

Who knows, if there are enough, we might grade them

Bertel Schmitt
Bertel Schmitt

Bertel Schmitt comes back to journalism after taking a 35 year break in advertising and marketing. He ran and owned advertising agencies in Duesseldorf, Germany, and New York City. Volkswagen A.G. was Bertel's most important corporate account. Schmitt's advertising and marketing career touched many corners of the industry with a special focus on automotive products and services. Since 2004, he lives in Japan and China with his wife <a href="http://www.tomokoandbertel.com"> Tomoko </a>. Bertel Schmitt is a founding board member of the <a href="http://www.offshoresuperseries.com"> Offshore Super Series </a>, an American offshore powerboat racing organization. He is co-owner of the racing team Typhoon.

More by Bertel Schmitt

Comments
Join the conversation
4 of 6 comments
  • R H R H on Apr 16, 2012

    I actually don't mind pink cars. It sure breaks up the dull black/white/silver/gray the US seems afflicted with. Sometimes while coming to work I think I'm watching b+w tv..

    • See 1 previous
    • GoesLikeStink GoesLikeStink on Apr 16, 2012

      Yeah, trying to find a used car in a color seems near impossible. Ended up with a silver one. I would have prefered the unsellable brown.

  • 360joules 360joules on Apr 17, 2012

    Porsche Bismol - "Accept no substitute."

  • Redapple2 34 yr in Michigan salt?
  • Mike-NB2 Zero. Not interested at all. I often don't have my phone with me, and if I do, I completely ignore it. Unless it were to catch fire, of course. But I'm old, so that has to be taken into account too.
  • Urlik It’s only important to me for navigation. OEM’s do Nav all wrong and charge for the privilege. While once they charged big money for map updates, they charge subscriptions for the privilege of a worse Nav than you have on your phone.The other stuff mirroring brings is mere gravy.
  • Rna65689660 Zero interest
  • Redapple2 1- bad quality reputation and dealer horror stories make a VW purchase not happening.2- 1.5 turbo in my driveway is something I d be leery of every hour of ownership.
Next