Conceal and Carry On! Cars of Nashville…Part 2

Hey, who took my other pistol?

Hey, who took my other pistol?

Way to go Country Music Hall of Fame!  Looking for music notes and found cool cars!

Country music means leaning back and listening to words that capture moments from your reckless youth. It means sliding on a pair of boots that will carry you through a ride on a horse, a truck, or a date where you can’t wait to take them off.  This music marques  the lyrics of those who are/were wise enough to know what we don’t…are too afraid to say.  Country music has a history that is embedded into the souls of some, into photo albums of others, and oddly enough into the car of one Webb Pierce.   Way before anyone was worried  about “Conceal and Carry” there was Webb and his car he had fashioned with the help of Nudie Cohn.  While Nudie Designs was mainly associated with clothing and fashion this car stands out with its saddle leather interior and ‘locked and loaded’ type ornaments.  By today’s standards we worry about pulling out of our garage if we have a tail light out.  How grand to sport about town with pistols mounted on both front quarter panels!  Giddy-Up Webb.  Thanks for being a rebel of the road and a contributor to country music.  No wonder your hit song “I’m in the Jailhouse Now” seems  so fitting, and I’m certain I’m not the only one who admires that car of yours.

About Debbie

Love cars, love writing, love family...that about does it.
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8 Responses to Conceal and Carry On! Cars of Nashville…Part 2

  1. Yvonne, the BFF says:

    Great pics of a very cool car! Thanks for sharing!


  2. Mart Dawson says:

    great pics Debbie.


  3. Anonymous says:

    We all should adventure out to find out about the hall of famers and their cars.

    giddy up to you


  4. Debbie says:

    Thanks Mom! Love you lots!!!

    Like know you want to!

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