Sorry they’re potato pics... but for the week between the end of finals and graduation my roommates and I went to Loon for some fresh air, kegs of beer, and a cigar or two. While we were driving through N. Woodstock, NH to pick up the next keg (1 a day to keep the doctor away or some shit), I saw this in a parking lot all by itself:

My first reliant robin seen in person!

I swear if I didn’t have student loans I would have made an offer to buy it on the spot.

Turns out inside the gift shop there is a small collection of some old stuff. I really liked this trailer with a removable boat on the roof. It even had an outboard inside!

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The world needs more chop-topped pickups! This makes me want a wrangler pickup conversion or one of those Mini conversion (old Mini not BMW mini).

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The do not touch signs were disappointing but acceptable considering there was no one else in the room to make sure people don’t break stuff. Forget what this is though, maybe one of you do?

marshknute’s post reminded me to post these, so thank you. Have another for your time.

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Don’t remember what this was on, but I’m assuming some coachbuilder. Again, maybe someone here has a better idea. I spent a lot more time looking than taking pictures.

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Not a huge fan of this style, but I’m a sucker for hood ornaments. Don’t remember the name of the place but N. Woodstock ain’t a huge place and a lime green robin is hard to miss.