The Lamborghini Tractors

I am informed by Uncrate that Lamborghini has a line of tractors.  Like, really really flippin’ nice tractors!  Like, hell, I don’t even know how to drive a god damn tractor and there is a part of me that is like “holy shit, I want one of those!”

I’ve always kind of liked tractors.  I think this is partially because my grandfather used to have a lot of heavy tractor machinery on his farm which always fascinated me as a child.  But also because tractors are cool and I am not afraid to say it.

But Lamborghini tractors take it to a whole new level.  It is like some kind of nouveau-posh-redneckery.   If you do your farming with one of these tractors you are agriculturizing with some serious cred. 

Question: If you own a Lamborghini tractor don’t you worry about getting it mucky and scratched and shit like that?  I mean, they can’t be cheap right (especially considering that it doesn’t look like they are available in the USA)?

But yeah, if anybody want to, you know, just buy me a tractor anytime soon . . . I particularly like the looks of Lamborghini’s big one, the R8 . . . just sayin’ is all.

~ by Nathaniel on October 15, 2010.

3 Responses to “The Lamborghini Tractors”

  1. By the way, for those of you playing the at home game, this is the second post in a row where I have used “redneckery.” I figure if I pull it of fin one more then I’ll be pretty obligated to find a use for it in all post from there on out. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.

  2. Nate,
    I don’t want to get into a pissing match over who is more credentialed as a redneck, but I _AM_ from Missouri, Skoal was my first experience with a tobacco product, and I have wrecked my own car by driving a tractor into it. With that said, I think most rednecks would have two simultaneous reactions to a Lamborghini tractor: 1- A nearly uncontrollable desire to own one, to caress one, to put on their best belt-buckle and drive one to town. And 2- An even stronger desire to punch anyone who did #1 in the eye.

    • I think you have captured the true essence of redneckery sir. It is one thing to want to own, touch, and love a piece of beutiful machine equipment, but it is entirely a different thing to stand around idly while somebody achieve all those things. In the world of redneckery, fists are often an ideal tool for alleviating such moments of cognative dissonance.

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