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If Hornady can do it why not Chrysler. Sigh..... We do have the Black Ops edition for real. Upgrade to sigh AND shoulder shrug.
Does it have the special tactical shocks for high-performance shark jumping?
The 'Support Zombies' black ribbon on my site was also on a silver Liberty. Maybe it was a package. Or a statement on the companies viability.
They are kinda desperate...
That's funny, right there. Bonus points if there's actually a rifle rack in the back. Double bonus points if the rifle rack actually has a rifle in it (even an airsoft one).
Hell, why not. Just add a plow blade to the front and it'll scrape the remains aside.
Ironic the sticker's on the girlie Jeep. (No offense to actual women, of course.)
If it were a real Zombie Edition, it'd have dual Twinkie holders in the dash.
"If it were a real Zombie Edition, it'd have dual Twinkie holders in the dash."Thread winner? I say yes.
My wife owns the same vehicle. My stepson has a vinyl graphics business setup in the garage. I am so copying that for her Jeep Liberty!!!
This is not an official Chrysler offering.
Be more appropriate on a Grand Cherokee SRT8.That way you can out run 'em if you run out of ammo.
I saw the like today on an FJ Cruiser's spare tire cover in Bellevue, KY.M
I totally need that for my Senior Ford EarthFucker (the Forest Service green one with the wicked bumper).That bumper is perfect for plowing zombies!
Apparently the Jeep Liberty is available in several edition, but I didn't see the Zombie Apocalypse mentioned.I did find someone that looked into suitable Zombie Apocalypse vehicles. http://www.ridelust.com/10-vehicles-for-the-coming-zombie-apocalypse/Too bad garlic isn't sufficient for zombies. And for violent anti-social types in general.
I put stickers on my Yugo that read "Turbo GT". Every time I went for an oil change, they would tell me they couldn't find the turbo.
During a zombie apocalypse, the last thing that I'd want to do is rely on a Chrysler product.
I'm waiting for "Get Off My Yard" Edition myself. Since it seems Clint is now a Spokesman for FIAT..., er Chrysler.....
It's missing an important component of bilious green.
Are they making some commentary about Chrysler corporation being a zombie at this point? I mean, it has been brought backf romt he dead so many times now...Hey guys, remember when car companies that couldn't compete with the industry just went out of business? AMC anyone? Packard? Hudson? Good times. Good times...
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