I must admit, I’m better with actual paint and tape than with photo shop, but here you go.
Whether you like Bloodhound Gang or not, you gotta love that car. I’m pretty sure it started life as a 1989 Ford Thunerbird.
Nope, my mistake. That side is full up too. Traditionally, most people limit the stickers to the bumper. This guy puts them on every surface but.
Saw these two on the 405 freeway in West Los Angeles last week. Sadly the flat bead carrying them belongs to a do it yourself junkyard. So instead of the start to some oddball GM rear engined 24 Hours of Lemons racecar, its the end of the line for them.
Spotted this thing on the 405 the other day. Not a bad conversion. Who needs a roof over the back half? It only rains like 5 times a year in Los Angeles. SPend all the money you save on a car on that giant screen TV you’re hauling home from the King of Big Screens.
My friend Jim Spotted this up in the Great White North. Seeing as its a Ford Ranger it most likely has a little 2.3 liter motor in it, so I think those dual stacks are a bit of overkill.
There’s no shame in driving a car that has been in a fender bender. But clearly the driver of this S class has resigned himself to driving it in this condition for the duration. That side view mirror is not a temporary addition.
Anyone in the Los Angeles area (Van Nuys to be exact) want to get on a 24 Hours of Lemons Race Team, let me know. Its going to cost you $500 for 1/6 of the drive time, which includes all the car expenses except fuel. Figure you will also have to come up with $500 […]
No, not greyhounds. This VARA racer at Buttonwillow had a life-sized sticker of his Golden Retriever in his Datsun 510 wagon racecar. Bet the real dog wishes he could hang his head out around the track.
Another interesting German truck from the Pomona Swap Meet. Here it is 10 seconds into a 0-60 run.