A wise man once said: just because you can do something doesn’t mean you should. I’d say that applies to custom chopped pickup trucks, but I’d also posit that just because you did something in poor taste (such as chopping up a car) doesn’t mean the end result is terrible. I will leave it up […]
This is not a car that the average person will notice. Most people will walk right by and I have no idea of the amount of work that it takes to get a nice looking 4″ chop out of the top of something like a Silverado. And it is almost hard to tell that this has been modified, but the A-pillars, the B-pillars, the windshield, side windows, door frames, and the back window are all custom. And, I’m not a big fan of chopped trucks, and this may be the answer to a question that nobody asked, but it works — it adds just the right amount of special to the otherwise plain Silverado. Find this 2000 Chevrolet Silverado offered for $12,000 in Holliston, MA via craigslist. Tip from Cory.
I know we’ve posted quite a few Corvairs recently…but this next car is just too much to ignore. At first glance it hurts the eyes brain…the proportions are…wait…where’d the doors go? Yeah. Somebody is channeling their inner Luke Duke with welded shut passenger compartment…but at least this is a convertible, so it should be easier to get in/out. Find this 1964 Chevrolet Corvair Custom offered for $15,000 in Santa Clarita, CA via craigslist.
I’ve had a number of conversations with people about new cars…recently. The conversation always revolves around reliability, ease of use, and Apple CarPlay. But I am reminded of Yoda’s advice to a young Skywalker who asks him if the Dark Side is stronger…to which the little green freak replies; “No, no, no. Quicker, easier, more seductive.” […]