Around The Web: Beetle Custom, Mazdararri, Clean Volvo

Today seems like a great day to kickoff a new feature — an experiment, as they say.  Here is a quick collection of the best cars found at other sites on the web.  Today you’ll find a custom Beetle from Oddimotive, a Mazda pickup masqurading as a Ferrari from Jalopnik’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe, and a two-tone Volvo from Bringatrailer.

First is this bizarre looking custom creation based on a 1967 Volkswagen Type 1 Beetle, offered for $7,900 here on eBay buy-it-now found via Oddimotive.  It looks like a cross between a mail truck and an amusement park ride and has the wheel base reserved for pocket-bikes, expect any freeway trips to be a code brown experience.

 Next up is a 1989 Mazda B-series pickup, that has been customized to look a bit like a Ferrari offered for $7,900 here on craigslist, found via Jalopnik’s NPOCP.  Unfortunately trying to get your Mazda to look like a Ferrari is akin to carving the Pietà out of a bar of used bath soap…results may vary. 

The final interesting car from around the web today is this 1967 Volvo 122S offered here on eBay bidding for $4,000 reserve-not-met from Bringatrailer.  It has a cool looking two tone paint job that looks in great shape and has only recently been exported from California to New York, so expect rust to be minimal. 

Any ideas on what to call this new feature?  Around the web?  Web fishing?  Slipped through the nets?  Crabs in my pockets?   Spotted elsewhere?  The best of the rust? 

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