The Tuk-Tuks are out here, man. This particular one was spotted at the entrance to a restaurant that is absolutely not for playing around on. I like the colorful paint job here.
Note the “THAILAND” stamped on the tailgate. Is it a company?
This is actually the third Tuk-Tuk I’ve seen. The other two were seen on trailers at the same intersection in as many weeks.
I wonder what that deep pocket in the center hump is supposed to be for. Everything in here is pretty crusty but still obviously motorcycle based. It’s even got idiot lights! Must be not too old then. Maybe turn of the century?
I have found a surprising number of interesting imported cars in Atlanta so far. There was the other midtown restaurant mascot in the form of the classic Fiat
And the Citroen HY Van food truck. Mmmmm, HY Van.
A characterful old COE Peterbuilt with a stunning backdrop of Atlanta’s skyline.
A real city slicker of an El Camino. It’s in much better nick than the scuffed up Civic on steelies in front of it.
Maybe we’re just nicer down here (or double faced depending on how you look at it) but I didn’t see one person use the bed as a trash receptacle. It’s awfully tempting though.
No, Camaro, don’t jump, you have so much to live for! Wait, errr, scratch that. Proceed.