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Thread: Ever Seen a Car like this before...

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    oh my

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    Can't say that I have. Is it parked in front of LQS??

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    Never, but would make good advertising for a quilt shop or show

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    saw one posted with quilt show posting recently. Love it!!!!

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    That's pretty cool. It would get my attention and I would have to stop if I saw it somewhere and get a closer look for sure!!!

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    Maybe that's what I should do with my stash. I drive a mini van that would look better like that.

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    I would definetly have to stop and get a better look at all the blocks But its a pretty cool way to disguise rust

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    I saw one in Quilters Home magazine a few years ago but it was covering a VW Bug!!

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    OMG! a quilt car. Never seen one before. That is neat.

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    That is very unique, but I don't think it would be street legal with the windows covered like that.

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    Thet had one at the Sisters Quilt show last year. I didn't see it this year.

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    Oh my Heck!! that sure would get attention.

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    Here's the VW that somebody did for Quilter's Home magazine Aug/Sept 2010 issue
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    Curious where yours is from?

    There's one here in Ontario, near Niagara Falls. I haven't seen it IRL, though did one time while surfing! I believe it's part of a promo for a quilt show they have and that it is mobile, which this one would not be.

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    cute!! cute!! My son has a gray VW like this 1. I think I'll get him to take a look at this 1.

    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I measured my car seat to make quilted covers. They are black leather and it gets quite warm (can we say hot seat?).

    Maybe we can start a new trend......

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    Isn't that something.

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    One of ladies in our guild (Lake Co. , Fl.) made a cover like this. It directs everyone to our annual quilt show. Great show, great car. Several ladies in guild donated squares and Carol put them together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbm
    I measured my car seat to make quilted covers. They are black leather and it gets quite warm (can we say hot seat?).

    Maybe we can start a new trend......
    Oh Great!!! Another project to add to the list . . . .

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    sorry to disagree w/all,but i think it's horrible!!! :thumbdown: :thumbdown:
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    now THERE"S a quilter :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    That must be an old picture. Did you notice the gas prices on the sign in the background?

    That would be a neat idea for a parade.

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    That's too cool!

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    That was really neat.

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