Monday, July 19, 2010

A really hot car (especially when it's 95 degrees F)

18 comments:

magiceye said...

wow she is a beauty!
love your caption too!

brattcat said...

Between the red brick and the red car this image is screaming heat.

Halcyon said...

So true! I am predicting some burnt legs in the future of this car owner.

Paula said...

It looks beautiful, but as anyone who has experienced a convertible in the hot sun on a California freeway knows — looks are deceiving.

(Re your question about my knowledge of Philcos. Not really, we had an RCA. But I do remember westerns.)
:)

Small City Scenes said...

But not too hot to handle.

Love the car but I bet you have to cool down the seats before sitting down.
I'll take it for a spin. MB

VP said...

Great picture and 'hot' caption!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

The leather seats would be hot to sit on.
Cheers,
Melbourne Daily Photo

Kcalpesh said...

Is it the car responsible for the temperature or is it the Sun?? Nice shot Jacob!!

B SQUARED said...

I had a convertible in Ft. Laud., once. Never again! Nice in the winter, however. Now

Memphis MOJO said...

At least with the handicap car tags, they can park up close and get out of the heat quickly.

Lois said...

I love the way it looks, but like B Squared said, I wouldn't ride around in it this time of year. Too hot with the sun baking down on your head!

JM said...

'Hot' it is! :-)

Francisca said...

A hot little number for sure, but wind doesn't appeal to me, so no convertibles for me. Besides, here in Manila it would just be too hot and stinky on the road!

magicpolaroid said...

really cool! like the contrast and colors!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

LOL! You have a sense of humor!!! Funny.

It is a lovely car and would be fun drive or ride in in warm weather.

Trillian said...

It's just what you need when it's 95 degrees F! I really like the contrast between red and white!

Bibi said...

I saw a 'hot' cherry red car today and thought how 'cool' it looked.

EG Wow said...

NICE one!

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