It's time for another round of "What's the best surf car!"
Some of you may think that in these times, a 1959 Cadillac may not be the best option.
Given the current state of the environment and that petrol based transportation may soon be on the decline.
That's precisely why this thing is going to makes a perfect base of operations!
Show up at the beach with siren and lights flashing,
and just park it for the summer.
You and a ton of your close personal friends can live in the back,
with plenty of room for long boards, short board, SUP's, kayaks, body boards and anything else you might require.
Mats would get lost in the cavernous interior of ECTO1 so take special care where you stash them.
Also remember to bring your bike for any short trips you may want to take as this beauty in not on the Sierra Clubs list of cars getting a decent MPG rating.
While this is not the most off road worthy car you can still take over any of the more urban surf centers the coast has to offer.
The Ghostbuster proton packs are sure to mellow out the most wild locals.
I would suggest using one to torch the lifeguard tower soon after arriving at the beach.
That will resolve any issues with the county about that silly law against riding mats at Malibu!
Make up a story about the ghosts haunting the tower and you will be sure to get an invitation to some of the more interesting New Age parties at the Colony that season.
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