Saw this today......

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  1. Metalman

    Metalman Well-Known Member
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    Not too sure what kind of style is going on with this four door Honda. So is this the Socal look finally hitting the Buckeye state????

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  2. Crashton

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    I'm sure owner loves his ride.
     
  3. Metalman

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    Not sure if you can make it out. The top artwork on the doors is a Dragon. Directly under that is a stripe made from skulls and crossbones.

    So I'm thinking a little Ninja and a little Pirate going on here??? I didn't think they mixed. You were either a Ninja or you were a Pirate.
     
  4. CHKMINI

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    AAARRGGG....looks like a knock-off of the Parsons/Livingston Avenue Limited Edition Rice Rocket :cool::crazy::p

    We need to give Nathan a couple of days in his new home to fully understand this post :D
     
  5. Minidave

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    Back in the day we'd have said it looked like he spent a little too much time in the JC Whitney catalog.....
     
  6. Redbeard

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    Now-a-days it's just too long in the accessories aisle at the local autoparts store... :rolleyes5:
     
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    Oh those were the days. You could buy all the right parts & get a motor that got 101MPG & made a 1000HP. All for a couple hundred bucks. Oh man that iluminated jester hood ornament was to die for. :lol:
     
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    All that bling for the family sedan???? How many 18 1/2 year olds do you know that like to be seen in dad's commuter regardless of the camo? :D (having ridden herd on two 18 1/2 year olds from a series of family sedans)

    Thanks for the nudge on Whitney, I had forgotten.
     
  9. CHKMINI

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    Getting a copy of the latest catalog was a treat. Heck, I bought a JCW because I thought it stood for JC Whitney.

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  10. Nathan

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    My $500 '69 Super Beetle was rebuilt from the JC Whitney catalog...
     
  11. Crashton

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    At one time that was the place to buy VW parts from. As I recall most were from Mexico & Brazil. I bought many a Bug part there too.
     
  12. Metalman

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    Yeah baby......:D
    Saw this today when I was out and about.

    Uhhhh, mine's the good lookin Mitsubishi truck in the background.
     

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    At one point in time, you could buy a 1962 Lotus Elite Kit from the Sears Catalog!
    Body, chassis, wiring kit, engine & transmission, the whole thing.
    All you had to do was assemble it.
    Cost was around $1,200.00.

    I always wondered how much it cost to print, ship all the catalogs that they did (JC Whitney).
     
  14. Metalman

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    #14 Metalman, Jun 10, 2011
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    Was out and about this morning and saw this on the freeway.

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    Doesn't the rear bumper look MINIesk?

    And is that a "Justa" rear wing?

    Hell.... even the rear tail lights look similar. And are those MINI wheel arch lights?
     
  15. Johngo

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    So, we have skulls and crossbones, dragons, ye olde English lettering, a racing wing, an exhaust, and wheels... All on a dusty gold Honda Accord?

    Tell me it is Multiple Personality Disorder. A legally blind person?

    Please be something other than no comprehension of taste whatsoever... Please...

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    I don't want one, but for some reason, the 500 is growing on me way faster then the Coupe is. So, that is a good example of why having the MINI line grow, is a good thing. :yesnod:

    Jim
     
  17. Crashton

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    Kind of looks good all out of focus. I won't buy one, but they are kinda cute to look at.
     
  18. Metalman

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    Yeah, the first couple I took kept getting the wipers in the pic. So I turned off the wipers and ended up with a rain splattered shot.:incazzato:
     
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    Blurry is the only way that ugly thing looks ok... Yuck. :frown2:
     
  20. Crashton

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    Actually there is a sort of arty look about that snap. :thumbsup:
     

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