Allee Willis’ Kitsch O’ The Day – You Are What You Drive

Submitted by Allee Willis August 4th, 2010
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I’ve long said that everything about and around a person is a vehicle for self-expression. I mean the way you dress, how you decorate your living space, your hair, the plaster frog family on your front lawn, everything in your personal, physical and virtual environments is a canvas on and through which you show the world who you are. The driveway at The Allee Willis Museum Of Kitsch at is packed with cars, campers and trucks that scream the personality of the person behind the wheel. Here are but a few examples of some such “I Am” vehicles. Click any of them for more info.

Were I to drive a truck it would most certainly look something like this:


If I were taking a summer road trip, here’s what I’d be steering:

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Were I of that persuasion and super friendly with God I’d be pullin this down the highway:


If I were a butcher I might drive this. Then again, as far as “chick magnets” goes, this is the ultimate cock car:

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If you were Angelyne you’d be tooling around the streets of LA in this living monument to cheesedom in stardom car. If you were lucky enough to be friends with Angeline you’d be tooling around with her.

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If you like peas this vehicle is for you:

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If you don’t like vegetables perhaps you like fruit:

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Harry And David made a whole business of fruit. Here’s what they commissioned to have made in 1960:


If you’re a crafter, this muffler car might be more your speed:

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If you’re really bad at directions this 1940’s coupe is for you:


Here’s a nice Sunday car:


If you need a tuneup or your teeth cleaned you might want to stop here:


And, of course, if you don’t want to take the highway you can always fly.

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