Cars and surfboards are like peas and car-rots. They just go together. Give me a board, a wetsuit, a couple cans of beans and an old beater car and I'll be set for days, combing the coast on the hunt for waves.
But while a shitbox '85 Corolla with moldy towels in the trunk is a good enough surf mobile for someone who can't afford better, you can strap your boards onto any car. So if you had the means, you'd probably want to make a statement with something unique and/or stylish. Chances are good that you'd have a tough time deciding which car and which board(s) you'd want to commit to.
That's why Kevin Butler drew a whole bunch of cartoon surf wagons. Apparently, he couldn't choose. There's probably one or two cars in this collection you've thought about owning at some point in your life, and if you're a surfer, you'll definitely lust over some of the boards he drew, too.
I've used everything from a '73 Volkswagen Beetle to my '86 Subaru GL wagon to get me to beaches in California, Mexico, and on the East Coast. Like me, Bruce Brown's characters always drove old beaters with falling off doors in his 1950s pre-Endless Summer films — because those dudes were flat broke.