Captain’s chairs for everyone!
[ED: If bi-directional Mopars are your thing, make sure you check out the Coronoroc, a CC all-time favorite]
Perfect for the Bickersons:
“Oh no you’re not!”
“That was your fault!”
“No it wasn’t!”
The all wheel steering could be entertaining in this push me pull u
I was thinking the same thing.
This reminds me of a segment of the Red Green Show where he attempted to create an all wheel drive car using the front halves of two Chrysler K cars, joined together with
liberal amounts of duct tape and other materials. It ran-in a fashion.
Yea, I saw that, too. I wonder about the crab-crawling ability of these cars. Both ends could take turns.
Jeremy Clarkson did the same thing in the Limo Challenge episode of Top Gear. I believe the two cars he joined were an Alfa Romeo 164 and a Saab 9000!
That was Captain Slow, James May who made that car. Jeremy made the super long Fiat Panda.
Note: You can’t see it in the photo, but the back ends are also welded together and are in use as a garden shed behind the house. Having it be easily movable really helps with the lawn maintenance.
This is in New Providence, NJ!!!!!
it’s been sitting there for the better part of a decade, too. Every time I drive past this disaster I wonder to myself ‘what would the CC community think of that’ ?
I’m glad someone has snapped it up and thrown it on the Cohort!
If photoshopped – some people have too much time on their hands.
If real – some people have WAY too much time on their hands.
No! definitely not photoshopped! I’ve driven past this mess for over a decade.
Located at the New Providence Garage at Springfield Ave – about a 1/2 mile from center of town (cannot remember cross street)
I didn’t think it was photo-shopped, it was just wishful thinking, you know, hoping it didn’t really exist 🙂
Perfect donut maker.
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