Funny you mention that, there was an antique car show in the old
Heritage Square area and I just happened to drive by see it Sat and so
I stopped by. There was anything from a 70's Citroen, to a 72 chevy PU
(mildly customized and lowered) to a bunch of model t's, to some cool
Packards - all decades represented, no real theme. One of those
Crosleys was there, I forgot how small they were, and my first thought
was, "who butchered up that poor little frogeye" - lol.
Kind of like a cross between a frogeye and a Fiat Jolly. I sure would
like to find a Jolly at the same time I had the $$ to spare to pay for
it, they are cool.
Yeah, I know it's weird, but I like the pink one. Wicket seats, very cool.
> Whilst rummaging about amongst my "stuff", I came upon a double sided
> card for a Crosley Hotshot. When I first glanced at it I thought it was a
> Bugeye Sprite, but this car was built between 1949 and 1952. It was a
> doorless convertible with bug-eyed freestanding headlamps. Interesting
> that it should be resurrected some six years later on the other side of
> the pond!! As Yogi Berra said, "It is Deja Vu all over again!!".
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