Car manufacturers Foxhole have decided to unveil their new range of cars, at the Thurso motor show, which starts on Thursday. The Krankies have gratefully offered to open the show. They did offer to sing at the opening, however the locals threatened them with a Bayonet to make sure that this would not be spoken of again.
The Thurso motor show, a little known show on the motor show circuit, is a warm-up act for the larger, annual motoring get together, The Aled Jones Festival of Speed. The Thurso show is so unknown, that you can usually count the attendance on a local's fourteen-fingered hand. Previous attendees include an Apple, a one-legged hereditary peer, and the 7th Betallian of the Icelandic National Opera.
Foxhole's new range include "Morbid"; a three wheeled, seven seater people carrier made from Hessian, "Grumble"; a sports car with the radio stuck on a station, where Jeremy Kyle moans about his sex life, "The Swelling"; a new van, supposedly to rival Ford's new Transit. Unfortunately, the three extra illegal immgrants in the back, is an option extra, priced at around £3200.
And finally, the star of the show "mIsHap". The Foxhole mIsHap is believed to be a Mclaren F1 beater. As promised, it comes with the added bow legged chairs, which the motoring have been raving about for quite a while. It also has an in-built Harp, that comes as standard, on all models.
The Thurso show continues until Sunday. Anyone still in the village hall past 6pm on Sunday, will be murdered.