Short-wheelbase Golf

Did you see something that was supposed to be a car at one time and now looks like the frankenstein monster? If so take some pics of that fugly thing and post them here. This also goes for any other "rice" you may find littering the streets or shows.

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Short-wheelbase Golf

Post by gull » Tue May 25, 2010 11:04 pm

This came up on Special Stage recently:
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I alternate between thinking this is a horrible freak of nature, and thinking it's actually sorta cool. Nice job joining the front and rear door sections, anyway.
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Re: Short-wheelbase Golf

Post by kamzcab86 » Wed May 26, 2010 1:21 am

I'm going to have go with "Photoshop!" Why? The paint on the A-pillar and, most importantly, that third arm that's driving. :lol:

Real or not, looks pretty cool. Although, it is a waste for those polished Le Castellets to be on that particular car. :mrgreen:

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Re: Short-wheelbase Golf

Post by gull » Wed May 26, 2010 1:21 pm

Dunno what's up with that particular picture, but I'm pretty sure it's real, because of these:

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Re: Short-wheelbase Golf

Post by ibennett » Sun Jun 06, 2010 5:03 pm

I blew the first shot up for a better look, to me it looked like a right had drive with the dude hanging out the window doing his best Gansta sign. On second look let's try the dude in the passenger side holding on the steering wheel so the driver can be cool.
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