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@example.com. North Bay, Ontario, is populated by people with eclectic tastes – for pink Hondas.
I am tickled you-know-what to see our pink mailbox at firstname.lastname@example.org flow over with seas of pink. We have so much that we make this weekend a pink twofer, with pink oodles to spare.
I bet reader russty1 did not take that picture of Connie Kreski on a pink Shelby GT 500, ca. 1969.himself. If he did, well, time will have taken its toll on Connie and Shelby by now. Good that we have another one from the glorious days of 69.
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 email@example.com 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 …
This picture of a pink Mini was sent from Shanghai by longterm TTAC correspondent Daveinchina.
When I saw the picture, my eyes fixated my palm, palm accelerated in the direction of my forehead and smacked it so loud that Frau Schmitto-san came running from the other room, inquiring (to the best of her Japanese abilities :) “Are you alright?”