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Just saw one tonight with one of those gawdawful xb-boxes, and it transforms from a wheeless wreck thru a number of (all ugly) wheel & body panel changes until this orange, heavily-cladded...thing is sitting there and the voice over says (paraphrased): 'Ready to be personalized by you'.

What's was hilarious was the disclaimer type clearly visible below it: 'Vehicle not drivable or street-legal'! Not drivable?!?! :lol::lol::lol:

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Silly little things like Laws have never stopped Riceboi's from doing the things they do. Or auto enthusiasts of any nature, for that matter. It is a stupid commercial, though.

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I remember the Ad on tv with the Chevy tracker towing the semi-truck. The disclamer said somthing like "Chevy Tracker can't really tow a semi-truck". Funny stuff!

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