Here we are again, the end of another month. It can only mean one thing… hodgepodge! Where I select all the random photos of vehicles that didn’t get a post to themselves this month. Enjoy.
Here we are, at the end of (ahmmm, actually the beginning) of another wonderful month of car spotting. This past month brought us some interesting vehicles; including a BMW Z8, a slew of Italian cars, 1 Volvo and a 80’s Dodge Ram Prospector! To cap it off, here is the July Hodgepodge of vehicles that didn’t quite make it for a feature post. Cheers
Hello and happy Independence Day – The day American’s celebrate the pillaging of land from…. I mean, a day American’s celebrate their independence from Great Britain. We commence celebrations with cookouts, booze, bonding with friends and family, and massive amounts of fireworks. Here at LACS, we will celebrate with a throwback to some of our favorite classic American made cars we’ve spotted.
Take a look at this Dodge Ram 50. I had no idea Dodge made a small truck back in the 1980’s, but here it is. It is apparently a Mitsubishi based truck running either a 4-cylinder gas engine or a diesel engine. Although this Dodge Ram is a bit ratty and has a weird reverse sunroof (just look at it), I really love this thing.
Check out other Dodge Pickups we’ve spotted:
By the way, I had no clue what this truck may even be until I found this site, which has a wealth of information about the 1983 Dodge lineup – check it out:
Well that’s a wrap to the 2017 car spotting year. It’s been a fun year and we have spotted tons of cool cars and trucks.
This is the hodgepodge of all hodgepodges. Thanks for following along and I’ll see you in 2018 for another fantastic year!
This Plymouth Signet 200 transports us back to an era when… well… when Plymouth was still a car company. Powered by ways of a measly slant 6, this Signet sloths along the Los Angeles roadways in search of fresh air and endless time. With 2 doors and no worries in the world… is there more you can ask for?
And when you’re finished here, check out previous Plymouth Valiant’s we have spotted: