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I finally caught the owner of this beautiful VW Thing today while walking about. We had a nice chat about things, mainly Things. Turns out he semi-dailies it, which would explain why I always see it around.

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The interesting angle comes from the fact that this job site lies at a much lower elevation than the walking path, which makes its way behind the old Brumby Rocking Chair Factory, now chic apartments.

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Judging by the age of the driver, she may be the original owner.

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Nice MG, which may or may not be stuck there with a tire in a hole. I don’t usually walk down this street because of the traffic and pedestrians, but it was worth it to see this.

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If I hadn’t stopped to take a picture, I might have hit my head on this low awning.

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One of these is a proper longroof, the other a wagon on stilts.

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Single cab short bed F150s exist in the wild! Oh, and nice color on that Mustang convertible.

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CTS Coupes exist in the wild too!

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Conversion vans are really starting to get scarce on the ground.

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These two wheelers are observing proper social distancing. Are you?

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What is art! Baby don’t hurt me. . . oh, you are shapely, aren’t you? Shapes. . .

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