Limited Edition

Psalm 139:13-16  reminds us that we are all wonderfully and fearfully made.

Essentially, we are limited editions, like the cars we drive and the passengers we take along with us.

Like this rare and unique vehicle at the 2010 CMA State Rally.

Can’t figure out what it is?

The owner calls it a “carcyle”. This unique and rare vehicle is the blend of a 1977 Volk Wagon Bus and 1980 Honda 11 motorcycle.

Call it what you want, but this rare limited edition custom-made vehicle turns heads where ever it goes. At the CMA bike show, attendees gathered round to figure out exactly what this custom contraption really was.

“If you don’t want attention,” states the owner, “You don’t drive around in this.”

There’s a history behind this limited edition, just like there is a history within each one of us. We’ve all got secrets locked inside, things we are n’t ready to share, and people and things that have gotten us to this place in our lives where we stand now.

Just like the way this limited edition gets Arnold Jones where he needs to get going for the past three years. 

Jones has been a member of CMA for the past 13 years, and just like the vehicle he drives…Jones is a limited edition.  He serves where he is called in order to serve others. This limited edition “carcycle” provides opportunities for him to meet people and to minister to them through their curiosity.

Call it a “carcycle,” a “trike”, or “motorcycle”….

No matter the name it is given, it still remains a limited edition.

A special thank you to the owner, Mr. Jones, for allowing me to share these photos and interview him for this post and article I’ve written.  Once I hear back from the editors of the magazines I’ve submitted to I’ll let you all know where the full length article can be found.

Until then I’m back to my work in progress, the end is nearing!

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Daughter of a dairy farmer, this crafty mom has a heart for all things handmade. When she's not writing or crafting, you can find her creating memories with her family.

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