Is that a Lambo or a Goato?

I offer this video without comment:


I think I saw Jethro and Ellie Mae in that car. Hey, sometimes you just need a beater to help maintain the old farmstead. The towing capacity probably isn’t that great but sometimes you just have to work with what you’ve got until you can afford a real work truck.

I offer this comment without watching the video.

That is a metallic mint-green 1964 Buick Skylark.

No, it is never the metallic mint-green 1964 Buick Skylark. You must have mistaken it for a 1963 Pontiac Tempest with positraction and an independent rear suspension. They are often confused by eye witnesses to murders that don’t have a clear view of the specific model in question. It is a common mistake.

The car in the video had nothing to do with those though. It is just about a struggling family trying to support a sustenance lifestyle using the only tools that they have even though their vehicle is clearly not fit to handle their agrarian needs. It is sad to laugh at them for just struggling to get by but that is what people do.

Just a family of poor Italian peasants, struggling to bring in the harvest of their spaghetti trees.

Long story short. Back when I was showing horses, I had the opportunity to by a cheap Rolls. I thought it would be cool to get a small trailer for taking the horse to shows behind a Rolls. So I consulted a friend who was a forensic automobile specialist. He said that the Rolls can’t do that, so I had to stick to paying to have the horse shipped.

No, this is a Lambeau.