Nam and I took a nice trip to Bangkok over the weekend to pick up my new ride. Her older sister, Nok, made the purchase and handled all the transfer paperwork before we got there.
More to follow.
Raising a family in Thailand // Documenting Issan food, culture, music, and people
1 thought on “Gunmetal Triton”
At first, I wasn’t sure what I was looking at. I saw the four dials on the dashboard and immediately misinterpreted them, thinking I was looking at some sort of stretched-out moon buggy with silver wheels. Then I refocused and realized what I was seeing. Those were windshield wipers, not a moon-buggy chassis!
All the same, congrats on the new car. May it serve you wheel. Well.