I promise to feed it! Plate of the Week 8/31/13

1967 GTO - Tiger

1967 GTO – Tiger

This weeks installment includes monkeys, cartoon animals, ankle nipping dogs, and a collection of animal enthusiasts who proudly display their adoration of the furry, fantastic, and flying members of God’s creation.    Throw in a  Goat that says, “Grrrrr”, and we officially have a four lane zoo filled with a herd of Hello Kitty.   I tried my best to see a correlation between the animal and type of car, but to no avail. Enjoy!  PS  The history of how the GTO/Goat got it’s name is pretty cool…Click here to be informed.  The whole Tiger thing was news to me and pretty interesting.

About Debbie

Love cars, love writing, love family...that about does it.
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10 Responses to I promise to feed it! Plate of the Week 8/31/13

  1. mom.. says:

    I like your Plate of the week report. you have to be patient to collect all of them.
    I like to try to figure out what they all mean. You make me take a second look.

    • Debbie says:

      Thanks Mom! You’re awesome to always do a U-Turn whenever I want to take a picture. LOL the one that caused so much trouble with your window motor yesterday (DOGPAW)…I already had that one.

  2. Yvonne, the BFF says:

    Cute–people love their animals!!! 🙂

  3. Anonymous says:

    love the GTO plate. keep it up with the plates 🙂

  4. Not sure why I came up anonymous tho. Lol.
    Love the GTO plate, looks awsome with that screwed to the front.

  5. mom.. says:

    Thank you for my wonderful B-DAY
    You are the greatest

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