Wednesday, July 29, 2009


Okay, here is my car, Grazelda Golf. She is one of the rarest Volkswagens ever made. She is a '96 and there are only 70 of her version. They made a total of 280, 4 different versions. As you can imagine, I get all kinds of comments about her. As far as I know, I have the only one in San Diego, which is both good and bad. Good because who would steal her? It's not like she blends in. And bad because everyone always knows where I am. I can't sneak anywhere.

So tomorrow I'll do the post with my ex-house pictures.


The Attic said...

All I can say is nobody could pull this car off like YOU! What a fun ride..I always thought you had it painted like this..hahaha..You walk so you ever have time to drive? :)

Petit Coterie said...

Love your car, the colors are outstanding.

Tattered Goods said...

Thanks for posting Tamerie! Now everyone can see that you do LOVE COLOR! I hope life is treating you well and that you are enjoying the Summer. I hope you have not had a marine layer down there in beautiful Coronado :)


Karyn - (French Charming) said...

I'm in San Diego often and I can say that I have definitely never seen you driving around! I LOVE YOUR CAR!! Cars are common and you my friend have a "Signature Car" I think that's fabulous.

Looking forward to the ex-house!


Julie@beingRUBY said...

Certainly interesting and unique. It would be hard to sneak around:) Another bonus would be if you needed any panel work they wouldn't need to match the colour. My car is slowing falling apart and the bits and pieces no longer work. Well ... I now can't wait to see the house:)

NicNacManiac said...

What a sweet ride!! A car like no other for a sweet girl like no other!

Dustjacket Attic said...

Oh my Lord, what a car. Interesting getting to know you!!

By the way I love your dress in that shot.

Looking forward to next post :)


TUTU Monkey said...

Can I just say "FUN!!"

Sandy Michelle said...

What a cool house you had and I love how you used crayola colors everywhere! I sure hope I get to take a peek at your Holly doll bodies! That's so neat that you used to make them!


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