|The "Easily Tripped Over Wagon|
I especially like them less ever since I almost took a spill over one left haphazardly across an aisle by a careless owner last summer. Sure they have to be helpful. But you guys have got to be more conscientious of other people's safety! Duh.
So be wary of gaudy wagons and their unscrupulous owners. They are a menace to us all!
Dateline: Long Beach Hi-Performance Parts Exchange, 7:00 AM
|The "Wagon Train"|
Here's one that is a foot wider then the average wagon. Really, is that necessary?
|The"Almost useless, just as dangerous wagon".|
|The "Wagon Carrying Wagon, Wagon"|
This one isn't bad, it's a good size. But it has tailpipes and no engine.
|Growing too fast and paying the price...|
|Slick tires are for better traction.|
Guilty! I own two wagons. But I haven't "tricked them out", I also don't take them to swap meets (except for that one time to the LA Roadster Show).
The wagon getting humped is the one I've had since I was a wee' lad --I've repainted it twice.
|Lowboy Swap Meet Wagons as seen at the BIG 3, San Diego 2012.|
|Dragster Swap Meet Wagon, tubbed w/wing & Nitrous. Long Beach, May 2012|
|Roadster Pick-Up Swap Meet Wagon w/wires, headlights, & pistol grip. Pomona, April 2012|
|Most extreme! Everyone was gawking at this and the roadster version in toe. Big 3, 2013|