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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by pirahna, Apr 28, 2009.
I liked it so much I bought one!
Oh I have to find that. Ill put right next to my Dacia Pickup and my Iveco Ferrari hauler
I guess the interior of a used Caddy limo might hold up better than a stock Dodge pickup? Both are pretty low standards, but this might be the best of both.
That is an improvement.
Doing this conversion with a 3/4 ton 4X4, and you would have a luxury Baja surf command vehicle.
Post 100... I must be typing too much.
Off to make bacon sandwiches and get beers for everyone.
Why can't I force myself to hate it like I know I should...?
Mebbe you're not trying hard enough? I'm sure if you try a smidge harder, you can do it...
It's the zoomies. Nobody can hate a street car with zoomies.
Because that car is WILD.
What a paint job.
I don't like that shark fin, the paint job is over the top but I can appreciate the effort it took.
Also for the Asshole parking thread.
As a FRS owner,this is a bit over the top of "Oh , look how cool am I" paint work. The parking,well I might give him a pass, as there is a pole in the lined spot and he doesn't want his door dinged because he's "special"!!
Yes he thinks he's special, but I won't give him a pass on the parking. That car is much shorter than the parking spot, plenty of room behind the post. And as a truck driver, we see this shit every day. "I'll just park right here buy this loading dock, it'll save me a extra 50' walk". Now some poor schumck has to back his 53' trailer around that asswipe's car to unload.
Sorry, rant over.
I was sort of hoping a forklift with a load of paint (pink in color) would tip over while exiting the building simultaneously driving one of the forks through the side of the car.
Not sure why you would paint an El Camino to look like it has Monte Carlo body lines. Luckily a quick repaint fixes it.