Unique cars often stimulate interesting questions; for example the Subaru STi make us want to ask – how did a group of adults release a car that looks like this? Another question: why would a single person buy any new Lincoln offering? But today’s feature item makes us ask the following question: what would the Chevy SSR look like if it had been designed by a group of meth addicts in backwoods Georgia? The answer is this 1976 Cadillac Seville pickup currently for sale in Cumming, GA on ebay with a buy it now of $2,500. We continue this feature in the style of the riddler…any questions?
Why would someone create a beast like this? What happened to the front end (it should have been spared in the surgery)? How do the sellers use this as ‘farm equipment’?
Why was the rear sedan door spared on the passenger side? Who will fit in this space? Is this beast still powered by the stock 350 cubic inch Oldsmobile rocket V8 pushing 160 horsepower from its 5.7 liters of cast iron?
What on earth is going on in here? Is this some attempt to put a new Caddy dash/steering wheel into the old beast? Why? Where is the cup holder?
Are those the stock tail lights on the rear fenders just reoriented or donated from some junkyard heap? Did someone remove the rubber trim from the bumper and paint it the body color? Can the bed fit a standard piece of 4×8 plywood inside the wheel wells? Why after all of this do we still want to own this beast?
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