Something has to counterbalance the weight of the largest truck nuts you've ever seen dangling off the trailer hitch
Also, geese. And boobs.
"The very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common. Instead of altering their views to fit the facts, they alter the facts to fit their views...which can be very uncomfortable if you happen to be one of the facts that needs altering."
- Doctor Who (Fourth Doctor) "Face of Evil"
The owner is a 50's something Hispanic male, that drives in a very arrogant, and caress manner. He drives that beast on Sundays on the 60 freeway, between Monterey Park, and East L.A.
The side of the H2 has a big sticker that reads, "El Jefe", which means, "The boss". The chrome birds, and women on the roofrack circle the while roofrack 360°. Seeing this vehicle in person, severely damages the retina.
Wax, gloss, armor all, chrome, and the dog in front, does the truck.
I have encountered the wretched beast on two occasions, both on Sunday @ 11am, heading West on the 60 freeway.
This H2 driver rolls around with his whole family, in tow
Looks like his poor aging wife, and several teenage kids that go out if their way to hide their faces while we continue to gawk at the heinous Hummer H2.
My assessment is that the owner of said vehicle is suffering the ill effects of an 80's cocaine binge. Poor dude, poor wife, poor kids, poor Hummer.
If he drives aggressively, then when he hits someone and they're impaled and lacerated ( possibly to death) there will be a law suit and maybe legislation enacted.
Hell, the guy deserves community service just for making people look at this wretched thing. (OK, not really, but it sounds good.)
Originally Posted by Boyz in da Park
What citations would you give out based on the picture?
I know front bumper mounted carriers are nothing new, and as long as it does not hinder driver visibility...
The rest of the stuff is just bling.... not sure how well any citation would hold up under court scrutiny when the local auto-parts store sells so much of this type crap.
If owner of said vehicle wanted to mount the arrogant dog on his roof, the only issue would be whether the item was properly fastened. But, because the item is fastened to the front of said vehicle, the item becomes a trip and fall hazard because any person could possibly run into said item.
Reason being; The item is in a common area where a normal person, would be forced to access that commin area, inorder to walk around said vehicle, such as, a public parking lot.
I ALSO have issue with the chrome birds, that if not properly fastened can become flying debris, in any collision. Reason being; The roofrack is arguably fastened to said vehicle, the chrome birds, on the other hand, can only be properly secured to the roof rack, if they were welded. Screws/bolts, can vibrate loose over time, and I wouldn't want to be the poor soul that gets hit with a chrome bird that falls off of said vehicle, at 65mph.
Now, now. Those swans add needed lift at speed.
"El Jefe" is posted on the back
From a couple conversations about this thing
I found this hilariousthe guy who's car it is, is a nice elder mexican gentleman who owns a chrome workshop
It's like he bought a storage unit and superglued everything inside it onto his car
Originally Posted by PattonOriginally Posted by Einstein
hah...Packs a wallop on anything it hits.
If you outlaw giant bronze bulldogs hanging off front bumpers, then only outlaws will have giant bronze bulldogs hanging off front bumpers. - Charlton Heston
“I wasn't trying to wreck him, I just wanted to rattle his cage.”... Dale EarnhardtOriginally Posted by porridgehead
so.............is it illegal or just unsafe to hit people with your bulldog?
and if you see a bulldog charging at you on the front of a hummer is it against the law to stop it with multiple rounds of ordnance? Or is there just an ordinance written to cover that occurence.