Discussion in 'Other Vehicle Classifieds' started by andrewok1, Nov 30, 2018.
its a bit different
J.C. Whitney and Homer Formby built a car together? 21st century family truckster .
he's got a picnic basket- YOGI
I wondered what Clarke Griswold drove these days.
He cared enough to put that much effort into it, at least. But, eek.
what about the crazy looking gear selector
Clearly the crystal ball thingie gives the transmission special powers. Who needs overdrive.
Is that leftover hardwood flooring? Thankfully he didn't tile his house.
Are those sidepipes or nerf bars?
Probably both. Best not to step on them in bare feet. Or cheap shoes.
Or expensive shoes for that matter.
Dumbledor called. He wants his beer tap handle back.
If I came into a very large sum of money, I'm pretty sure I'd quickly be guilty of spoiling my little Bubba baby. I would send it to Count's Kustoms for a full-on badass restomod. It would be, to me, the coolest 96 E-350 on the planet. But with my tastes, I am sure some folks would look at it sideways. But heck, 3D skulls are cool to me.
I’m all for making mods that make the owner happy. Especially if they are functional.
Just don’t expect to get your money back; might even want to prepare yourself to get less than market value because of the mods.
And brace yourself for comments from jerks like me.
Money back? Hell, if I sell it now I won't get my money back, and I only paid $2300 for it 5 years ago. I'm never selling it, either in its' common form or if it gets a radical conversion. My baby. MINE!!!!
And I'm sure you know and feel the same way... I wouldn't be bothered by jerky comments. My ride, my choice!
Here's Andy putting his customizing ideas to paper.
and so now... i need to dry my screen and keyboard.....I'll never get all the tea i snorted out of there......
It also has a PA unit with different animal sounds. But 21st Century Family Truckster it definitely is.
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