Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by TriShield, May 15, 2009.
whoa. very nice. specs?
Despite the fact that those headlights should look like shit, I actually kinda like them. Kinda has an look to it.
There's no airbags? I don't think it can be street-legal without airbags, can it?
Comes with no engine or tranny.
Ah, so it's a kit car. No regulations then. That explains it.
I'd put a big-turboed VW 2.0T in there just to fuck with people.
I don't think that was the plan. If I remember correctly, they ran into production cost issues and the only ended up making a few of them because costs doubled or so.
So, the only diff between the series 1, and 2 is the headlights?
What a hideous domestic travesty
do not want
Fucking instrument and ac panel look like they're from a chevy truck. Massive fail.
even the exterior looks meh
thats because the donor car was an aurora
I saw one of those several years ago on the highway. It's interesting to say the least.
Not entirely true. The IP cluster is from a 97-02 F-body (different gauge face with higher speed markings). Headlight switch is from the same. The HVAC controls appear sourced from a GMT400 truck/SUV.
WTF is up with that trim piece on the door?! fucking failmobile
it's like they seperated all the good from the cars in the background and then threw it away
Those things just smack of early 90's GM quality.
i never knew they used the 4th gen camaro clusters in them
i don't understand what is wrong with u people. this shit is awesome.
The interior is definitely meh, but you don't buy a car like that because it has extra cupholders. I dunno why, but looking at that interior I can actually kinda imagine what the car would feel like to drive -- rear-weighted, growly, and ready to set the back wheels on fire at a moment's notice.
Then again, I still think the Lamborghini Diablo was 10x the car the Murcielago is, so I guess I'm all about minimalist interiors in sports cars.
I can see that steering wheel and shifter assembly getting replaced about 5 minutes after purchase, though.