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    Default A work of art

    I can only imagine how long it took to build this thing...

    Imo, it's ridiculous. It's not practical at all, but it's pretty cool looking... Maybe someday they'll make a new Mad Max movie with it or something...

    Skip to 0:18 to get passed the ads...



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    Someone has some mind blowing passion for his work that's for sure!

    Brian
    Touched by an Angel.

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    What happens when this car hits a pot hole?

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    Right on Len, that thing is a work of art too!

    What kind of car is/was that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Len View Post
    What happens when this car hits a pot hole?
    When that car hits a pot hole it's probably on a trailer that will absorb all the impact. Kind of looks like a Cord that has been modified by a very talented metal shaper.

    Bob K

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob K View Post
    When that car hits a pot hole it's probably on a trailer that will absorb all the impact. Kind of looks like a Cord that has been modified by a very talented metal shaper.

    Bob K
    Lol Bob, it probably does do a lot of miles on a trailer... But I'm sure it has air shocks too, and it raises up a little for actual driving... Like a Citroen...

    That car is a work of art.

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    Wow, It's a Lincoln Zephyr named Scrape. It sold for $250,000 in 2000 then for $55,000 in 2013. I'd sure hade to take a beating like that.

    Bob K

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob K View Post
    Wow, It's a Lincoln Zephyr named Scrape. It sold for $250,000 in 2000 then for $55,000 in 2013. I'd sure hade to take a beating like that.

    Bob K
    Wait reli? what happen to the price drop?

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