The enigmatic pony ride of East Second Street is getting tagged. The most mysterious tag is the one on the left front leg that looks like a musical symbol, but is not.
The orange splotch at the base is part of a nearby sidewalk splat.
Look at the heavy electric motor needed to power the ride. Also note the unbalanced flywheel that lent extra power for the upward stroke.
A fresh coat of paint on an old pony. It’s not often that these sidewalk warriors are decorated with such care and skill. I don’t know if this particular model is still being produced or if this has been reconditioned. But I can see for sure that the paint was applied with care and skill. It comes from The Vending Company Inc. (718 436 4324) They consistently attempt to put some magic in their restorations, and deserve a plug. Tag: Kiddie Rides