Saturday, January 17, 2015

10k: Coulrophobia: 1956 Ford F-100 Genki Mobile

If you have kids, this next feature will probably raise the little hairs on your arms a bit.  It is a tribute to a fictional character from an adult themed video game (Professor Genki from the Saint's Row video game series) but looks like a combination of an ice cream truck and the infamous free candy van. Find this 1956 Ford F-100 Genki Mobile currently bidding for $7,900 here on eBay, located in Agoura Hills, CA.

Not sure what kind of a person would want to drive around in a child attracting rig like with the words "Suck It Up" on the side...probably the same kind of person who would paint his face white with a big red smile (or frown) plus giant shoes -- yes.  Clowns.   But I'm terrified of clowns and the only reason I'd ever buy this car is if I could turn that t-shirt launcher into an actual cannon and rain hot lead on unsuspecting clowns.  Send in the clowns...I've got more ammo.

See another car that should automatically land you on the Megan's List website for owning?


  1. suddenly feel like renting maximum overdrive.

  2. I would figure most folks would move over if they saw that on their tail? I would, just to see the rest of it!

  3. Alright... So go buy ten of those vacum packed brick of rags and cut them in half.. Drive around slowly with the crazy music cranked until you attract a huge crowd. Load half of a brick into cannon and blast. People will think they hit the jackpot until they unwrap their wrecked cotton shirts. If they don't like it just tell em that the cannon shredded their prize.

  4. Agreed. That is verifiability creepy. Here's another car that gets my vote:


    And also:


    There's a smorgasboard of disturbing images at The Guy in The Creepy Van.

  5. Just to clarify for those unfamiliar with the origin of the vehicle: in the game the car acts as a man-cannon. Pedestrians caught in front of the car get sucked into the car mouth and loaded into the cannon. Genki is inspired by wacky Japanese game shows and things like Extreme Elimination Challenge. While the car is still arguably creepy, there isn't much of a child-attracting intent there.

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  7. Beep Beep my ass


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