Finkmobile Fotos

OK, at long last. The new ride.

I love how it drives and how it looks. Seamus told me, “You will have people asking you what kind of car it is” (because of its “de-badged” condition — there are no Chevy bowtie emblems anywhere on it). I thought, “Yeah, maybe.” Well I definitely had people asking me about it. “Is it a mini-SUV?” “What kind of car is that?”

Me likey. And the best part is — room for more than one other person. Yay! My turn to drive.

Behold, the Finkmobile (aka 2008 Chevrolet Aveo 5):

Silvery

Looks like it's smiling. The black grille is an add-on.

5th door

Siriusly boss.

Love it. Fun to have new stuff, eh?

13 thoughts on “Finkmobile Fotos

  1. BoomR

    That ROCKS! I’ve always thought those were cute/sexy looking cars. Now all you need is a kickin’ subwoofer to take up the rear storage compartment & a drop-down LCD TV and DVD player from the hatchback & you are ready to PAR-TAAAAAYYEEEE!!!

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  2. Mavis

    I rode in it today and it’s wonderful!! Very smooth. It’s surprising how roomy it is inside. Jake and I loved the driver, too. :0) Thanks for a great day, Finkster!

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  3. mathman

    nice Jax I have always wondered where they keep the rubber band that makes thos things go LOL Sorry I could not resist looks nice I just got a net car too it is a black Hyunduai Santa Fe talk to you later

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  4. RD

    Congrats on the new chariot. I’m really thrilled for you. It looks wonderful, and I hope it serves you well. As a taxpayer you have part ownership in 60% of G.M. Did the old Ranger bite the dust? What do you think I should do with my old 97 Sable?

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    1. Rat Fink Post author

      You mean the Sable that has the air conditioning you never use??
      :P

      Do with it what we’re doing with the Mercedes: put it on Craigslist and hope someone comes to take it away. Unless you want to buy it. $750. Such a deal.

      The MFR is still alive and kicking and in fine shape. The Thriller owns it now! It’s all shined up and full of “his” stuff. I will actually miss driving it; it’s been my daily car since forever–in January, it’ll be 10 years.

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