DAVE BARRY GIFT GUIDE 2007

Bunny Car Kit

 
JOSHUA PREZANT / FOR THE MIAMI HERALD

$19.89 plus shipping and handling from PrankPlace.com, LLC., 206 Murphy Road, Hartford, Conn. 06114, 800-901-1163; www.prankplace.com/cargetups.htm.

Suggested by Barbara Brown of Portage, Ind.

Do you have a masculine male man on your holiday gift list who proudly owns and drives a manly car? Then no doubt that man would want to accessorize that car with this gift concept. As the manufacturer says, ''Why drive around town in a boring car when you can dress it up as a rabbit?'' Why indeed? Many leading celebrities such as actor Mel Gibson and ''rap'' artist ''Fifty Cents'' have used this product to customized their ''rides.'' The Pope has also expressed interest.

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