Ever since I was old enough to listen, I've heard of cars having "horse power." According to Google:
The term was adopted in the late 18th century by Scottish engineer James Watt to compare the output of steam engines with the power of draft horses.
(Click the quote above for its origin.)
When I came across this car in a parking lot, I was stopped by the unique hood ornament. I'd never seen one like it before.
It didn't look to be the kind of vehicle that could transport a horse.
Not unless it had a lot of HORSEPOWER under the horse statue!
Speaking of horses, I would rather try to maneuver a horse into the gap between these pillars at a local theater than the car that is somehow magically stuck in there.
(I dunno, do those wheels actually turn sideways?)
That is some fancy maneuvering.
If I tried to drive it in there, you could expect the car to be covered in bumper bandaids, like this one I idled behind at a stop sign. (Looks like I need to clean my windshield.)
Do you like detail-oriented things, like horse hood ornaments or maneuvering cars into small spaces?