While reader Tony was visiting Iguaz Falls at the Argentine/Brazilian border, he ran across this automotive anomaly in Puerto Iguaz , Argentina. Not a flower car, but not yet a woman, the Hearsachero was apparently designed to allow hastily-and-not-always-correctly embalmed bodies to air out during the funeral procession in an effort to keep the driver from being overcome by the noxious fumes of decomposing flesh exacerbated by South American heat. We're quite sorry if we just pulled a Cannibal Corpse on your evening. You might try playing some Bread or Jim Croce to cleanse the palate.
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