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What Is It? Game 98

W00t! It's time for our collaboration with the always-fun What is It? blog. Can you guess what this strange contraption pictured to the left is for?

Place your guess in the comment section. One guess per comment, please - though you can enter as many as you'd like. Please post no URL or weblinks - let others play (you'll be disqualified if you do so).

The first person who guessed right will get a Free Neatorama T-shirt. If no one gets it right, then the funniest guess will win.

Is it a prototype Dalek? Find more clues at the What is It? Blog. Good luck!

Update 5/8/09 - that was too easy! Here's the answer: A TaylorMade golf club display stand, these can be found near the indoor practice area in a golf shop. It would not have held a full set, but a selection of different models of the same number club, I saw a display like this in a local shop and it was full of six irons. The clubs were available for customers to hit a few balls with each to compare the performance of the various models.

Congratulations to: Joe #8 who got it right first!

This is a cart for a golf club fitting set. The same club (say a 6-iron) with different shafts an lie angles are used to determine the right fit for different golfers.
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It's a parking meter safe. Meter maids empty the daily loot by unlocking part of the meter and plugging it into this safe to empty the money. The meter can only be emptied by this safe so the meter maids can't steal the money.
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This is a "hot ashes" industrial trash bin. Ever notice the large plastic bins that say "no hot ashes"? That's because the plastic would melt. This metal hot ash bin also has holes on top for ventilation.
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David Beckham is in Beckingham Palace when there is a knock at the door.
David answers it to be faced with a bin-man.
The bin man says “Alright Becks, where’s yer bin?”
"I been out in the back with the kids” replies Becks.
“No!” says the bin man “Where’s yer wheelie bin?”
“Alright, you’ve got me - I’ve weally been on the loo”.
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I am pretty sure that this is a caddy used by meter maids to empty parking meters. The coins in a parking meter are deposited into a container which only opens when it is placed into the square hole so the meter maids can't skim some change off the top.
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