School Of Mechanical Insanity

Discussion in 'Shop Talk' started by Steve in Ohio, Sep 19, 2004.

  1. Steve in Ohio

    Steve in Ohio Well-Known Member

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    Couple of my "Good Ole Boy" buddies brought this homemade "GATOR" by the other day,to show off its new paint and decals..................It even still has functioning AC......................Guess what kind of car it started out as.........The Real Gator
     
  2. Ross

    Ross Moderator Staff Member Supporter

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    One of those little Sprints? Nice job anyhow, I've been temped to make a little utiliy beast for around the farm but am trying to swap-for or buy a little CJ7 a freind has but will never see the road again.
     

  3. insanity

    insanity Well-Known Member

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    LOL Looks like something i would dream up!Of course it would have had to have had some tractor tread tires/full roll cage and brush guards.Ya no a little more rednecked! :D Hey your title would make a good shop name for me.LOL

    Looks sweet!
     
  4. joan from zone six

    joan from zone six Well-Known Member

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    i'd say its a vw rabbit - for a year or two you could option out a neat deere two-tone (not)
     
  5. Very neat... and it does resemble a VW Rabbit.
     
  6. WanderingOak

    WanderingOak Well-Known Member

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    Can't see the front end, but it looks like it used to be a Ford Fiesta.
     
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  8. Steve in Ohio

    Steve in Ohio Well-Known Member

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    Very good WanderingOak..................it was a Ford...............
    And now after it's surgery it thinks it's a John Deere...................................