Discussion in 'Motors' started by spaceman, 31 Jul 2006.
Actusally pretty good...
Hate to think how much it cost him
why do people do it
mr2 supercar conversions make baby jesus cry
To prove they can?
It appears to be a showcase car for a bodywork/automotive company. Although it is "gash" to own a fake, the craftsmanship would act as a decent advert (assuming the work is of decent quality).
to be fair as said it doesnt look awful, but it is a lot of money wasted in my eyes.
mmmmm, reserve judgement tbh
You sure its wasted?
It is probably used for avertizing and it does a good job of that
My point exactly.
Well not quite "exactly", i'd have spelt "advertising" correctly
Im on the laptop and it doesnt have the google toolbar
fiberglass shell to site on a mr2 roadster. probably not much tbh.
I don't use any 3rd party toolbars, and use my own mind as a spell checker
Ive been crap at spelling for as long as i can remember
Someone explain this thread to me? Has he taken an mr2 apart and built a new body around it?
He probably got an old MR2 that was ready for the scrapper, and stripped the pannels off it and then made custom ones in the form of the Zonda and put them on himself
basically yes. tho im sure there is more intricate detail to be had.
Looks like he stretched it a bit for starters.
Front looks good, back roof line and rake of the rear is wrong.
Why do they always use mr2's for these monstrosities The F355 ones are bad enough, but that takes the badness to a whole new level.
Looks like the exhaust and lights are painted on
cause they are mid engined, rear drive i guess
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