What Would Niccolò Drive? 1985 Chevrolet Camaro Machiavelli Kit Car
Niccolò Machiavelli is best known for his work titled “The Prince” which was a treatise on ruling the underclasses, which it wasn’t published until 5 years after his death and didn’t become famous until years later (but the book published during his lifetime was his dialogue called “The Art of War”). Today, we present a car that was also underappreciated in its time, but is getting more attention in the afterlife. Find this 1985 Chevrolet Camaro Machiavelli Kit Car offered for $12000 in Wasilla, AK via craigslist. Tip from Zach Z.
From the seller:
1985 Machiavelli kit on a 1985 z28 body 383 stroker engine car in excellent shape must sell or trade
See a better looking Faurarri kit? email@example.com
After a quick google image search I'm convinced this is the nicest looking Machiavelli out there.
not the only Machiavellian thing to come our of Wasilla, AK…
ha, good catch!
At least he seems to have put a reasonably hot motor into it. Clearly he gets that it is better for your car to be feared than loved.
Isn't the whole idea of a kit to make it look like a cool car?
Or at the very least, a reasonable copy of an exotic?
If yes, than what is the point here?
Solution? Rename the car kit.
How about we call it a Simpson (as in Homer)?
Or maybe a Barney Fife-mobile?
At least name jives with the appearance.
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-Stan (the *other* Stan…)
Why didn't the image load, Jefe?
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I can see Maranello from here.