Wack Things in Taiwan 2019

2019

#221

Probably a moneyed local who got into pickups while in the U.S.


#222

You think so? But they were actually using it the way pickup trucks are meant to be used. As in, there was some stuff in the back.


#223

OK, that’s unusual. But all the pickups I’ve seen on the roads so far were being driven by locals.


#224

Crazy. Those things are expensive enough as it is. I can’t even imagine what it would take to get one shipped overseas.


#225

That’s the whole point. It says “I have something that was very expensive and very hard to get.”


#226

This a fengshui thing, all things glitter and light brings good fortune.


#227

How about a Humvee?


#228

With the way they complain about their country and salaries, I think maybe they should try Italian good luck.

Ok, I’m being facetious.


#229

There’s a guy in Hsinchu who drives a fully loaded 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor with custom wheels. Pretty sweet.

I can’t imagine what that must have cost him.


#230

I saw a Dodge Ram SRT-10 (Viper engine) at the Penbay track down in Pingtung a few years ago. I’m sure that wasn’t cheap to get here either, let alone the fuel tax for an 8.3 liter engine!


#231

I know where a second hand RAM is for sale!


#232

Is it in the form of a couple of DVDs?


#233

Haha!


#234

They have pick up clubs, 4WD clubs, Hummer clubs. They drive together in caravans.


#235

Oh yes they have, do I need to pick you up?


#236

From Honduras!


#237

Big yellow one in Xindian.


#238

God. And I thought the cockroach-shaped luxury sports cars were bad enough.


#239

Tomorrow is a work day, but no school.


#240

Make-up days drive me nuts.