Go to car

Latest Comments
Car: Fpost   By: ricerocketboy   Comment: "Thanks to Dictator Don, the US gets no new cars un..."
Car: 80900   By: DiRF   Comment: "I was mainly referring to the time Nissan was usin..."
Car: 80900   By: Obsidian   Comment: "I don't even think MB could sue them retroactively..."
Car: 80900   By: DiRF   Comment: "My dad always thought the engine in his 240Z was a..."
Car: Fpost   By: DiRF   Comment: "Thanks, Moss...."
See last 25 comments
 Go to

Next picture
Ricecop Home
Bling Bling
Free Post

 Top 10

Top 10 Ricers
Top 10 Non-Ricers
Top 10 Other Good
Top 10 Other Bad

 New & Retired

Newest Images
Retired Images


Submit a picture
Profile Lookup
Site Log
Leader Board
Site Stats

 Online Now

0 Ricecops
1 Guests

Detailed List




Remember Login?

Sign up!
Why sign up?
Forgot my password

This image has expired.

Final Stats:

Total Votes 1
Average Score 1.00
Verdict Not Rice

Picture Information
URL: http://riceornot.ricecop.com/?auto=58525
Submitted by: 454Nova
Comments: 5  (Read/Post)     Favorites: 0  (View)
Submitted on: 12-13-2006
View Stats Category: Other Vehicle
An International Travelall in Savannah. Response to comments in 58523


Showing page: 1 of 1
1 ]

12-13-2006 @ 06:00:05 PM
Posted By : DiRF  Reply | Edit | Del
I still love the camo Travelall that was in Grumpy Old Men... neat old Dodge sedan in that movie too.

12-13-2006 @ 06:01:14 PM
Posted By : 454Nova Reply | Edit | Del
"morning, Dick Head".... "morning, Putz"

12-13-2006 @ 06:11:08 PM
Posted By : Skid Reply | Edit | Del
They also used a somewhat beat-up Travelall in that dopey long-dead Fox horror series Freakylinks. It looked like the one here, but solid white and with a body lift.

The characters always referred to it as "the Scout" in the dialogue (that always pissed me off), and it ended up getting broadsided by an 18 wheeler in one episode.

12-13-2006 @ 06:20:49 PM
Posted By : BoazMacPhereson Reply | Edit | Del
A guy that works with my dad has an olive green Travelall and a white Scout II. He lives in IL as I do and he drove his Scout to Alaska a few years back. That thing is a fucking monster. He also used it to pull out a bunch of bushes when we remodeled and it also managed to pull out his little bulldozer when he got it stuck. That helped solidify my opinion that Scouts are indestructable.

12-13-2006 @ 07:34:47 PM
Posted By : Subourbon187 Reply | Edit | Del
In the early Pacnio film "Dog Day Afternoon" Pacino and John Cazale's characters were driven to the airport in an International Travelall, I remember thinking it was a Suburban than not knowing what the hell it was.

Showing page: 1 of 1
1 ]

Login to leave a comment

Click here to post your own classified ad

Want to send some feedback? Click here.

Server time: Thursday, January 24, 2019 05:32:55 AM

All pictures on this site are property of their respective owners.
Copyright 2000 - 2019 Ricecop. All rights reserved.