This video makes you wonder how in the world the police department in Virginia is able to spend 100k on a 2012 GT-R. What happened to budget shortfalls?! I guess they figure this is a good investment since likely they’ll rack up 100k in speeding tickets issued in the first month. All I know is that I’m damn sure not running when I see a GT-R cop car in the rear view. That’s a race you’re sure to lose.
This thing is so creative and awesome on so many levels.
Lets start with the SR20 motor swap into a Jeep. Already we’re off to an interesting start! A classic Watanabe wheel choice, some crazy custom body work and suspension work take this ride to a higher level of intrigue…but throw in a McLaren F1-esque center driving position with a single Bride bucket seat and this thing is worthy of some serious praise for originality!
Whoever produced this thing has some serious creativity and original style. This is one of the most interesting things I’ve seen all year. Its ride like this that make blogging worth while (both to read and to write) because otherwise we’d all most likely be missing out on nutty stuff like this.
I’m a fan.
I found it here: http://www.jdmlegends.com/blog/?p=939
(shouts to Jay on the assist: http://jdmego.wordpress.com/)
Seriously, what can I say when I’m posting pictures of a car like this…
(we need some comedy after the seriousness of yesterday’s post)
With all of this talk lately of Louis Vuitton interiors, 24K gold parts, etc this post serves as a reminder that this is not a fashion blog.
To file under “WTF”, here is a 4 door GC Impreza with perhaps the most unlikely engine swap, a rotary from a FD3S RX-7. AWD is kept with this new engine, making it an extremely odd car.
This car didnt make any sense to me 4 years ago when I shot it and it still makes no sense now. Perhaps that was the point the owner had in mind.