My knowledge of Burning Man festival is pretty slim. My knowledge of Geo Metros, even slimmer. But when they come together, uniting in a glorious Facebook post, well how could I go past it?
Especially when I can’t think of any kind of use for this other than using it at Burning Man or perhaps at the Sydney Mardi Gras. Somehow as hilarious as a Burning Man Car is, I can’t really see the kids enjoying being dropped off to school in this.
Oh and freeways at top speed would be…uh…bracing.
But maybe you’ve been, maybe you’ve seen this glorious vehicle in action while dancing away or helping to build Rock City and you’ve thought ‘Yes one day this will be mine!’ Well that day has come my friend, time to give this 1997 Geo Prizm a new home!
Although if you do, I’d suggest a decent rat free garage otherwise this thing really won’t last too long otherwise…
And since we don’t have Geo Metro’s down under..
Allow me to furnish our non US based brothers and sisters with an unBurning version which looks just as exciting as I thought it might.
While it looks very much like the Mazda’s of the era, it’s more Suzuki, drawing back to the first Swift version way back when. Tiny litres engines great for economy and perfect for your first car, 1997 was the last year for the Metro brand which then went on to become the Chevrolet Metro. This one however went on to shed a lot of weight and sprout fur and has been sighted across the deserts of Nevada ever since. According to the ad, it’s even made the magazines!