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Photographed at Good Guys Car Show in West Springfield MA
1960, cadillac, fleetwood, purple, car, automobile, classic, big, boad, sled, tatoo, wrestler
The name’s Flyrod. American car culture is my thing. If it rolls, roars, or rumbles I’m into it. Statistics and facts aren’t my gig. My mission is to track down and capture the infamous rides that make up pop culture, and to tell their stories.
BAD BETTY LIPLOCK
That purple Fleetwood Caddy was as big as a whaleIt was a sixty model with a tattoo on its tail
It took a big woman to handle such a carA jack-booted, spike-haired wrestling star
Bad Betty Liplock, is what the marque saidShe was the proud owner of this Cadillac sled
Her trademark move was a submission holdA figure four leg-lock put ‘em out cold
Betty wanted love in the “worst kind of way”Any man who wanted her would have to obey
She had a little dungeon in the back seat of the carAll the tools she needed, it even had a bar
Seat belts and harnesses of black studded leatherChrome plated chains and a long red feather
Betty had a thing for those wrestlers with a maskWhen she put them in a hold they’d do anything she asked
They say, “love hurts”, and that’s for sureCrack that whip and they’ll beg for even more
Those steroid-pumping jocks were all such dopesIt wouldn’t take long before she had them on the ropes
A one-night-stand for the female champAnother man drained by the love-crazed vamp
Would she find true love? You can’t be sureBut when it came to pain, she’d always give them more
Another outstanding piece of work!!!
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LOL – the poem is a hoot (and the Caddy is a fabulous creation)!
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Bewdy! Love a Bad Betty ~:0) VivaChas!
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Amazing car and poem.
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Really enjoyed this one, flyrod! Love the name! :-))
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Super awesome love it!
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