Green Bay Packers Car

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Is this the greatest Green Bay Packers-themed car on the road?

Maybe. Maybe not. It’s definitely all Green Bay Packers though. It’s also a well-done paint job.

We’re going to assume this guy lives somewhere around Madison because of the capital district Packer backer notation. We’re also going to assume this car is pretty old because, as The Dude would say, it has some rust coloration.

We’re not really sure why the bumper sticker was necessary on the door. Maybe this guy wasn’t quite sure if everyone would know he was a Packers fan with the paint job alone. The sticker will definitely get the point across.

Seen any other vehicles like this? Let’s seem ’em.

(Via Busted Coverage)

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11 Comments on "Green Bay Packers Car"

  1. David

    Bumper Sticker is probably covering over some of that rust.

    He should have put a Packers helmet sticker on the gas flap to complete the look.

    Car could also use a window flag or a flag on the antennae to be complete. But the drag might be too much on this 1991 Ford Festiva?

    • Dave

      Ditto, i’m all about it, love that car. wish i could have one at my place in chicago, i’d sport it all day long.

  2. Donny H.

    What a waste of a paint job that is so full of win on a piece of shit car that isn’t. Oh the humanity!

  3. Hacksaw

    If I had a car like that in the twin cities it would probably get keyed. Yeah, that’s how Viqueen fans roll.

    • David

      Turn that cheese wedge into actual storage… and that Smart car gets a bit smarter. You could actually buy groceries.

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    • Bethany

      Do you know how I can get in touch with them? I just moved to the area and I was going to try to meet up with the group, but both the bars they are listed as watching at have apparently closed and I don’t know where else to look. The group doesn’t seem to have a web page.

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