By on September 16, 2012

The affliction for pink cars knows no bounds, and TTAC’s word-wide correspondents hunt them down. Here is a small selection of pinkies that arrived in our pink mailbox at [email protected]. North Bay, Ontario, is populated by people with eclectic tastes – for pink Hondas.

Here is another one, sent in by Andre.

Long time Shoot the Pink contributor Gimmeamanual bagged this pink Caddy outside the Novotel in Pudong, Shanghai.

All the way from Panama comes this pink Ecosport, bagged by Edsantos. According to Ed, pink was the “theme color” for Ford’s importer.

Says Ed: “The company that represented Ford in Panama is now competing with another Ford seller. This is why American cars don’t sell here.” Maybe the choice of theme colors has something to do with it also.

If that rhapsody in pink gave you the itch to go on a pink trip – here is the taxi that will take you to the airport, bagged by Dewey Steadman.

Want to leave pink traces all over TTAC? Hunt the pinkies! Send pictures of pink cars to [email protected] . Please enclose your TTAC screen name for proper credit. If you forget it, we’ll publish your pinkies under your full name.

Next time: All-American pink cars.

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