Hey, I called but you didn't answer
That speaker on the roof looks familiar....
Universal Studios correct?
Anybody know whatever happened to this work of art?
its at the Volvo auto museum in Illinois
If you take the the first vehicle and put it with the "Blues Brothers" We are on a mission from god, that's a context I could go for
Actually, Kent, I meant the beer truck. But thanks for the information!
I was once told that if you jumped into a giant mug of beer, you would drown. Id still like to give it a whirl.
My grandfather told me of working in a winery in the early 20th century. They'd ferment the grapes, stems and all, in large "punchins". They were open topped redwood tanks of about 5,000 gallons. They'd throw a plank across the top and walk on it using a pole to stir the grapes. They guys doing this would get a pretty good buzz just from the fumes.
Once a fellow he worked with got so loaded he fell in. He was dead by the time they fished him out.
New meaning to "Dead Drunk."
I don't think the car at the Volo museum is the real thing. If you read the blurb, they are very careful to allude to the original without claiming that this car is the original.
There were 13 Bluesmobiles made for the movie and their whereabouts is unknown. I did a little research and found that fans of the car have an Internet forum much like our own, with tips, specs and arguments about the history of the cars.
Dunked Drunk Dead.
Back to the original topic; you'd almost have to be drunk to drink Blatz Beer. Even when I was in high school, my pallet was too refined to drink that swill.