Updated : Sep 15, 2009
A English pub landlord gave his Morris Traveller a rustic makeover - by making a thatched roof for it.
Jim Goodland now presents an amazing sight as he drives through the streets near his pub, The King's Head, in Whiteparish, near Salisbury website Ananova revealed.
The car is roadworthy - although Mr Goodland admits the new roof may not have improved its fuel consumption.
The Morris Minor, said to typify Englishness, was first launched in London in 1948.
Created by car designer Alec Issigonis, who went on to design the iconic Mini, the Morris Minor was a popular car with British families.
The wood-framed Traveller was introduced to the Morris Minor range later on, along with the panel van and pick-up truck version.
VeryhappyPig says we hope Mr Goodland didn’t use the straw from our pig stye!