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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by pirahna, Apr 28, 2009.
I stand corrected. :huh
Wow. I thought it was originally a Chrysler 300.
They butchered a vehicle more then I thought.
at least it has some cool tunes.
I was guessing the same thing.
I love the craig's list description "nothing wrong with it". I have this house that is made of asbistis, coated in lead paint, full of mold, with a shifted foundation, lead pipes, in the bottom of a flood plain, on top of a toxic waste dump that this guy should buy because there is "nothing wrong with it".
yeahbutt....it's SOOOO tastefully done!
My daughter makes nicer looking cars than that with play dough.
I like that he wrote "custom" on the dash...in case you thought it rolled from the factory like that
I'll bet the boys at Monster were REAL proud when he texted pics to them of that thing. They probably would buy it to crush it and have no one ever see it associated with their brand. Oh, and with what I know about audio systems in cars, that would NOT sound good no matter how they adjusted it. not with that speaker placement.
I would not get in this monstrosity if you held a gun to my head! :eek1
Photoshop, but it's the thought that counts. The South Texas Special Edition Porsche GT -
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The boys at Mazda are probably glad it is not recognizable as one of their products.
It looks worse inside than out.
that pic hurts my eyes!
Saw this on the local C/L. I will be glad when the whole rat rod/bike thing is over. This may have not been a show quality 63 when He started but WTF?
It would be less horrid if not for the assonine wheels. How can ANYONE think those ridiculous wheels look cool? Maybe they will go to more rediculous sizes like 50s?
Well I guess I am right or close....
i would classify that interior as Spartan.
I like rat rods and would like to make one one day. I think the ones that are flat black old cabs with whitewall tires and red rims. This one that you posted is very ugly though.
The sad part is that the builder has some skills, but zero taste.
I do like the roof line though, and the read would be cool about a foot longer. The front is a total cluster, as is the protruding wheels!
Plus his grammar sucks harder than mine. BTW knowing what I do about Chevy small blocks, that thing would have to have 400hp, one hellacious cam, and a lot of compression to support those carbs on that manifold.
The bad taste is not watching where you're going!
Ahhh, the 70's.