A familiar sight to anyone who travels up and down Route 7 in Vermont. This guy stands strong in front of Pioneer Auto Sales, a used car lot, near the town of Brandon, Vermont. He's a one-of-a-kind anywhere you'd find him, but especially here in Vermont due mainly to our strict regulations regarding signage, billboards, and roadside advertising. Makes me wonder how this one slipped through the cracks. I mean, really. Did the zoning board not notice? Or did they fall in love like the rest of us?
He was built in 1987 by T.J. Neil. Mr. Neil had apparently done some work around the owner's pool and was invited to put something in front of the business. This is his vision.
It took three months to construct and a crane to lift the car to it's lofty perch.
You can hop up and sit in his lowered hand, or place your babies there for a cute pic.
So...do you love it or hate it?
What's cool in your town?