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Category Archives: Truck Mascots
Well, more of a bike mascot – a baseball fan who stopped in the park had the Phillie Phanatic strapped to his handlebars!
Truck mascot on the front of a Philadelphia Sanitation truck, spotted on 11th & Washington Avenue.
This isn’t the typical Truck Mascot in that the stuffed animal isn’t lashed to the front or grill of a truck, but it was close enough to count. Mickey was tied to the back of a landscaper’s trailer which was … Continue reading
The Phillie Phanatic is the official mascot for the Philadelphia Phillies. Although Major League Baseball has been suspended for now, the diehard fans are still out there!
The Philadelphia Fire Department gets into the spirit!
Here’s another example of the urban phenomena we refer to as Truck Mascots. Truck Mascots are discarded stuffed animals that are usually lashed to the grills of large industrial trucks although this one is attached to a work van. This … Continue reading
While this may not count as a true Truck Mascot being that the vehicle is not a truck but a school bus, I feel it’s close enough. It is mostly a big International truck adapted to haul kids off to … Continue reading
This poor slob is from a movie that’s less than a year old and here he is lashed to a SEPTA service truck stopped at 11th & Wharton. Being a Stormtrooper™ has got to be a crappy job.
Here’s another example of the urban phenomena I refer to as Truck Mascots. Truck Mascots are discarded stuffed animals that are usually lashed to the grills of large industrial trucks although this one is attached to a pickup. This driver … Continue reading
Here’s another fine example of the urban phenomena I call Truck Mascots. This fellow was adorning a commercial garbage truck making a pickup around 4th and Bainbridge.
When I saw this on the street the other day, it vaguely reminded me of the sequence in King Kong where his captors have finally put him on stage in New York – “Don’t be alarmed, ladies and gentlemen. Those … Continue reading