Spotted: Greg Minton Customized Van Driven By Enos Cabell

Today, while strolling to my morning massage, I happened upon this rolling through the dawn-Frenched streets of America, U.S.A. …

Van, bad-ass

I flagged down a taxi and followed it to the shopping center that features TG&Y and Otasco. Like you, I assumed Enos Cabell had merely slathered his poon schooner in Greg Minton Fatheads. Upon closer inspection, however, I discovered that each commissioned Greg Minton image was lovingly crafted by Olan Mills himself.

I studied the Greg Minton customized van for the duration of eight cigarettes — in the back, I could make out what appeared to be a velveteen sofa the color of an eggplant beaten with a liver — and then I noticed Enos Cabell sprinting toward me out of the TG&Y.

What happened next, I dare not say.

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6 Responses to “Spotted: Greg Minton Customized Van Driven By Enos Cabell”

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  1. Kyle says:

    Poon Schooner is right!

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  2. blue says:

    is that the van from old school?

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  3. Resolution says:

    On the question of whether this is a better magnet for ladies or for cops, before any serious consideration, I think it’s fair to say “lady cops beware – you are helpless to the charms of this vehicle for both personal and professional urges”

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  4. Damaso's Burnt Shirt says:

    It’s less creepy than Dr Kreiger’s SS Date Rape.

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  5. DRBGiantsfan says:

    Hey, I remember the Moon Man! One of my favorite Giants of all time.

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  6. reillocity says:

    Sadly, too few NotGraphsers know the pleasures of a trip to the TG&Y.

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