Ballin' Down 24th


Approaching from behind I thought, “Oh hey, here’s one of those Chryslers that’s supposed to look like a Bentley.  How quaint.”  Then I got closer and realized it was a Bentley.  On 24th.

They must have been getting tacos.

UPDATE: Apparently it is in fact an undercover Chrysler (still quaint) and I should probably take my employer up on their free vision plan. I still hope they got tacos though.

8 Responses to “Ballin' Down 24th”

  1. rc says:

    A hooker cut to look like Lana Turner is still a hooker.

    She *is* Lana Turner.

    • rc says:

      That is to say, it *is* a Chrysler, not a Bentley that looks like a Chrysler which was made to look like a Bentley.

  2. David says:

    Yep, that’s definitely still a Chrysler.

  3. kiya says:

    Let’s say it was a Bentley.. or let’s say it was a Maybach.
    Who cares?

    • olu says:

      the answer i guess, is that if indeed it was a bentley then there is a piercing social critique on class, status, and gentrification. Nice cars in the mission, Get the fuck out of here!?111?1!!!

      (maybe that the author confused a 30K car for a 300K car means that such a critique is still in play?)

  4. Glenparker says:

    I have the 1970 version of this car ( the 300 ) in a convertible. Never felt the need to disguise it as a Bentley.

  5. Ferocious Foot Odor says:

    Bob Guccione is dead people. That car is just his avatar.

  6. James says:

    Lol, you thought that car was a Bentley??