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"It's alive!"

What do you guys think about this Frankenstein Challenger/Charger hybrid? :surprise:

What do you like the most? The cool two-tone paint or the giant "one-of-a-kind" color-keyed wheels?

Does it give you any ideas for car show mods?
 

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I can't un-see that.

Its the stuff of nightmares...and bad taste
 

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WARNING!

DO NOT LOOK AT THE FRANKENSTEIN CAR FOR MORE THAN 5 SECONDS. IT WILL CAUSE PERMANENT EYE DAMAGE!


Look at these poor guys who didn't listen.
 

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Think I threw up in my mouth a little...

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Think I threw up in my mouth a little...

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That was going to be my response.


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I like three things:

The Challenger front end replacing that ugly Charger truck front.

The purple color on the lower half (but not with the pink, please...)

Finally, I like that I will never look at it again after I post my comments!
 

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talent misguided by the need to create. Very Dangerous thing. Recovery is possible though. Intervention is a must.
 

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Different strokes and all that. I like the fact that it is not in my garage the most.
 

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Barbie and Ken have gone gangsta! Clean but not for me, ever.
 

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I would tell you what I think about that but my mother said "If you can't say something nice don't say anything at all". I do like my Frankenstein much better. My first car I bought in 1978. It's a 1957 Oldsmobile Rocket 88 with a J2 tri-power and manual transmission. It was about to be hauled off to the junkyard when I got it. We named it Frankenstein because we used parts from 7 other cars to rebuild it and 80% of the floor has been replaced as well as both rocker panels. He is still going strong after an engine transplant this spring my dad and I swapped the 371cid with a 394cid Rocket engine he has had under his workbench that he pulled out of a 1959 Super 88 convertible before he scrapped it in the 70's. He wanted to put some miles on it and make sure it was still in good condition and I had pulled the engine from Frankie to rebuild it after nearly 200,000 miles.
 

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How much money would it take for this car to be your daily driver for one year? Also, you would have to take it to at least two car shows.
 
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