Halloween was very odd this year. Few trick-or-treaters came by and those that did were not impressed with my 2020 Batman outfit (batmask up-side-down to cover mouth instead of face, casual work-from-home zoom shirt, sanitizer/handy wipes on utility belt, and a bat sandwich in my gloved hand). They also refuse to stand still when I shot gobstoppers with a slingshot at their open candy buckets from a safe 6 feet away. And those candy buckets and bags these kids use nowadays are weak and tear into candy piñatas at the slightest provocation. Anyway, this next car comes from DT regular Hugh says that it is inexplicitly done to a high standard considering the genre. Find this 1972 Honda Z600 4X4 Monster Truck offered for $15,500 buy-it-now or make-offer in Richmond, VA via eBay.
If you don’t remember the Leepu and Pitbull custom Caprice wagon from the other day, let me remind you with this link. And watch the video of what was the best show on the Velocity channel before it was canned and replaced with yet another American Chopper style over produced show with a bunch of actors pretending to customize cars. Argg. Anyway, the builder of this next car should have his own show and it can be called Horrorods and Candy. Find this 1992 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon offered for $13,000 in SF Valley, CA via craigslist. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!
Yes, it is sunset on Halloween night, time for all the freaks and ghouls to prowl the streets…so I’ll just post this..errr…custom…”one of a kind” thing. Find this 1991 Dodge Stealth offered for $3500 located in Los Angeles, CA via craigslist.
Happy Halloween to all DT readers out there: Those who are still young enough to dress like a super hero, and those who are still young enough to dress like an idiot (male) or harlot(female) and, of course, those who are old enough to look like a ghoul without dressing up. Today is the scariest day of the year because we feature horrorods, so I’ll just put this 1994 Chrysler LeBaron offered for $1000 in Reno, NV via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
This next car comes as a tip from Matt C who writes: If I needed to say something nice about it, I’d say that it succeeds much better than attempting to make a 1957 Chevy out of a 2002 Camaro. And it is probably considerably more exciting to drive then when (a small portion of) it […]
Okay, if the Chevy Grunt (whatever that means) we posted early today is too wussy for your redneck inner self, then this next vehicle hits all of the right buttons for a gun slinger, tank commander, or urban prepper. All I can say is; that rotating cannon better be fully functioning. Find this 1978 Custom […]
If you are thinking of living in a car when the economy crashes due to the COVID-19 and you’ve got a Fiat 500…you might want to trade up to something bigger. You’ll need something with back seats for your belongings, families, or hostages. You’ll also need something that can do some mild off roading if […]
The original Buick Sport Wagon was built on GM’s A-Body platform shared with the Skylark and Special…but also the Chevrolet Chevelle, Malibu, El Camino, and Oldsmobile Cutlass, F-85…oh boy…we could be here for a while, let me skip to the end…the Buick Sport Wagon shared most of its bits with the Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser, including […]
Happy Halloween!! On today’s episode of What’ll Kill You Quicker, we’ve got a’66 Corvair that’s been de-clawed of its oversteer prone swing-axle suspension, but it is now sporting a front mounted V8 and enough custom shenanigans to keep you guessing the next failure mode for years…versus an ’84 Fiero that has 20 year newer safety […]
In preparation for Halloween, I present this next Horrorod feature with words and tips from Matt C. What could be scarier than a sub-$1000 V12 Jaguar? How about taking over a project where somebody else threw a random pile of parts together and didn’t quite get it finished? Here’s a trio of sketchy Frankenstein builds! […]