Bonnie and Clyde’s Death Car

Long ago in 1934, Bonnie and Clyde set out on a spree of violence that eventually cost them their lives. It was four years ago that I visited the Primm Valley Resort and Casino and came upon the original Bonnie and Clyde death car. What a terrible way to die, eh? Like my dad says, ya wanna play, ya gotta pay!

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  1. Apart from anything else, I just loved those cars from the 20s and 30s. They just don’t make them like it anymore. We were passing through Miami a few years ago and we were planning to go and see the boat used in the film the African Queen but, our bags went missing (permanently) and so we missed the chance to see the boat. Next time perhaps. I did get to go to the Aerospace Museum in Washington DC. Excellent. So good to see the Spirit of Saint Louis and much more besides. You have some fabulous museums over there.

    • My dad loves his old time cars and has a Model T and others. I’m sorry about your bags, it must have been difficult getting home! I have never been to Washington and have no desire to go there, it’s all about the horrible, unAmerican activities going on.

  2. LOL… guess it costs nothing to see this. That “Roadside America” website has tons of neat, funny and odd stuff listed from all over.

    • Thanks, I liked that site too. Nope, no charge but why is it behind glass? Do people really wanna sit in the nasty car? It may be haunted!

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