Discussion in 'Exterior Modifications' started by zzyzzx, Jan 26, 2012.
You can tell by the reflection, this was taken in a dealership service garage.
That model has a special addition for the massaging, heated seats. The seatbelt buckle also doubles as a coin slot. The manufacturer is able to recoupe the costs on the special package/option by having the mechanics empty the bank at each service visit.
What?!?! The fuel tank on the Prop pusher is larger than what's in the car!
I wonder if the split port took a dump and he's using that to propel the car forward.
Meanwhile, somewhere in Canada....
That's actually really cool.
First aluminum, now ice. At least it won't rust either lol
As a former driver of 25 years.... LMFAO! Waste of a Mustang, even if I'm not a fan of the era.
someone REALLLLLLLLLLLLLY liked the episode of Top Gear where James May built a limo of a Saab 9000/Alfa Romeo 164 front to back
The even cooler part is he can change the body style every year. Have any model he wants when that one melts and he has to carve a new one.
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Scrape the windshield off his ice eh?
Some people add turbos, some people add blowers. I think he misunderstood.
As opposed to what Ford put on it, I'd take the trailer mirrors if I actually wanted to see them. I have never cared for the viewing angle out of my Fox and the C pillar blind spots are atrocious too. It's a giant piece of glass with about a smart phone's worth of viewable area from inside the car.
By modern standards it's great, but by '80s standards it absolutely sucks.
Having had rental cars in my previous job, I was AMAZED at the blind spots in modern cars. I was afraid to change lanes because I couldn't see! (Chrysler 300, Ford Escape) The Chrysler 300 was a blast though. For the record, they are governed to 120 mph...
I thought blind-spot mirrors were standard equipment ? They take some getting used to though. Objects in the BS mirror are tiny... causing you to have to stare at it... especially during your adjustment period when you're getting used to them.
Anyone been to a Peep Floyd concert?
Nelly: Jed, this is going to be GREAT come flood'n season.
Jed: Oh really? Ain't that the intake thar... and the alternator thar... [pointing]
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