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The Fairy Car
at the 2007 Rolling Sculpture Car Show

Once again a fairy named PeZz has entered the Rolling Sculpture Car Show!

An alternative fuel vehicle! (details after the show)

The show was held downtown Ann Arbor (MICHIGAN)
Friday July 13th, 2007 from, 2PM-10PM

I found this box. It was labeled "Ellieserras" and inside was an entry form for the 2007 Rolling Sculpture Car show along with the $20 fee (in coins) as well as a couple mints and an acorn.

So, I dropped the box off.

Friday, July 13 the Cumooter looms large as the show begins.
Not EVERYone noticed.
Crowds did form.
and they wondered.
You gotta shoot it.
The Cumooter reflected in the fender of the adjacent SS.
and they wondered some more.
I pointed out a few of the features.
Kathleen demonstrated the Mentos® öber-thuster.
To be fair to the fire-flies, artificial lights were, again, used in the salt-shaker head lite.
This year I brought a poster of the Cumooter, which I compositied with some of PeZz's conceptual drawings that I found laying about in my office.

I did notice that this year the cumooter sported a new fuel cell. The new Vernors bottle has the Vernors Gnome on it.
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