Tim Finn shot and posted this along with this comment “WTF”. In Portland.
I bet the neighbors love it. Needs a faraday cage to be complete.
I guess some Hollywood producer wanted to use a Civic for a new Mad Max movie. 😉
Thunder Dome Edition!!
It looks like something from a post-apocalyptic video game, come to life.
Butthead: “Whoa! Beavis! Check it out! H-huh.”
Beavis: “H-heh, that’s cool! H-heh. That’s the car I want! Um, what’s say it on the side? H-heh.”
Butthead: “It’s says that, like, school sucks, or something, h-huh-huh.”
Beavis: “Hey Butthead–look! There’s a gas can on the back! H-heh, heh!”
Butthead: “Hey Beavis, h-huh, let’s set it on fire! H-huh-huh . . .”
Beavis: “FIRE! FIRE! h-heh-heh”!
Makes one feel sad for the car…
+1. Someone must’ve really hated it.
Looks like a magnet for road debris
Grandma must have committed a microaggression on her way through Portland
That looks like something I would expect to see in Portland these days. Kind of fits in with the current culture. LOL
How many tickets could a cop write for this thing? It’s probably a good idea to be sober and have all your paperwork in order if this is your ride.
Strongly advised clothing for pedestrians, cyclists and bikers when this heap is in da hood.
Now, what about the inside??
It’s probably immaculate. And has doilies on the seats.
Is the ‘Mad Max package’ available from my local Honda dealer?
Looks like someone got high and watched one of the Zeitgeist movies.
Drugs are bad, m-kay?
Still more subdued than a Juke.
Whoever said that cars don’t look like their owners? 🙂
The design is rather, shall we say, eclectic. One theme that stood out to me was in the light bars, fuel containers, tools and chains, and the snorkel-hose coming out of the right front fender. This gave me the impression that the designer is offering up a low-budget homage to the many Jeeps prowling the interstates with their high-budget rugged image appearance packages. Perhaps a suspension lift fashioned from found materials is coming.
Four cylinder mind operating on eight.
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