by Don Kincl
That cavalcade of dents makes the sides look as if they are made of aluminum foil.
Got a little ”orange peel” in the paint. I’m done.
Despite the intestinal Japanese improvements midriff, the bauble paint and the Christmas crinkles, the bulging arches and the giant wheels from an unrelated era, the poor bastard still uglifies the world.
I salute the artist for trying, but politely suggest too that the medium chosen is irredeemable at source.
“Arts and Crafts” was a design and decorative style around the end of the 19th Century, and this owner has clearly been influenced by it. Hand-beaten copper isn’t to every-ones’ taste, but it makes a statement.
I feel genuine joy just by looking at its picture! Not a single good reason there, NOT to drive the snot out of it. I’m also quite certain no “collectors gold” (more like silver, no 911 after all) has been hurt in the process of making this – the beat up panels and the gone Porsche engine seem like the starting point rather than the whole point of this heap (of fun).
I don’t often name cars but I christen this 914 as the “Cellulite Bronzer“
What is going on with the body?
It’s a tad lumpy.
How do we know it’s Subaru powered, or am I missing a joke?
Don’t have to worry about parking lot dings, and its still better looking than a new Camry.
Where do you start with this?
Paintless dent repair gone wrong?
Trying to reduce drag by breaking up the boundary layer?
Part it out?
It does have a playlist on youtube (what actually doesn’t?)
Considering myself an early millennial, I still would feel tempted, to ask the creators off my lawn, if I had one. Not too polished video making, but they sure are having a ball doing what they’re doing 👍
Is this “Curbside Abominations” day?
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