Saturday 15 February, 2014 by Uncle Spike
I saw this VW stuck on the side of a shopping centre in Ankara, our capital city 🙂
Spot the wall car 🙂
Category: Other Photos
| Tags: ankara, beetle, cars, gordion, POSTADAY, turkey, volkswagon, VW
are you kidding? that’s a great parking job! Spider-man’s car!
True… love to have seen them put it up there!
Very interesting shot… May be in Bangalore traffic I would try this spider car 🙂
You can see cars in odd places around here as well.
I should perhaps take a detour home from work today and see if one particular Ww still is on the roof of a building in this town.
I know a bicycle on another roof as well. But there has been a bicycle manufacturer once.
I forgot all about the detour. It was blowing a very cold wind so I only wanted to get home as fast as possible
I thought my mom was a bad driver… hehe
Can’t help but wonder if its real and how they clean it.
Looks genuine from what I could see. Hmm, car washing… an interesting challenge
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