Clowning Around: 1952 Chevrolet Bel Air

The modern circus clown took its current shape in the 19th century, but the concept dates back to ancient times and probably had something to do with children getting out of control. The clown is a proto boogey man created to give the kids something scarier than their parents to worry about — “talk back again Abigail and the clowns will certainly eateth thy face tonight” was a common saying in the Shakespearian times. Anyway, if you want to keep kids away from your car, I suggest doing what this next guy did. Find this 1952 Chevrolet Bel Air offered for $12,500 via clownface horrorplace. Tip from Orlando.

From the seller:

1952 Chevrolet bel air
Listed a week ago in Naples, ME
About This Vehicle
Driven 111,111 miles
Automatic transmission
Exterior color: Purple · Interior color: Black
Fuel type: Gasoline
3+ owners
This vehicle is paid off
Clean title
This vehicle has no significant damage or problems.

Seller’s Description
1952 Chevy belair. Chop top. This is my Insane clown rat rod. Time to move on. 350 4 barrel. Headers New battery , new fuel tank, fuel pump, sending unit , seats Has a beer tap on dash and keg storage in trunk with insulated line. Strictly for show purposes.

See a better way to drive something insane?