Tuesday, October 4, 2011

A home-made Focus Truck - Fruck? And a car with a new arse.

Phil here, I got me some pictures to post of some neat custom rides. At some point Ish and Russ will probably post some pictures from Petit Le Mans.  I would have gone but I need to spend less money.  I just made a large purchase (that's another post for another day).  While they were heading to Braselton riding along the highway listening to REM "everybody hurts" crying and wishing the band would get back together they saw this fine creation:


click read more - go on - you know you want to see more of this.



Here he is moments later, dropping the hammer down on that Ecotec 2.0 and hurting Ish's pride in his WRX.

So I'm going to go out on a limb here and assume he got rear ended and thought to himself  "be a shame to waste this otherwise fair condition focus wagon".  Some treadplate and some square section steel, a couple of welds and voila - the Fruck was born.  And its Fruckin great.


I spotted something just as fabulous the other day in Fayetteville, maybe you've seen this guy around somewhere?  He probably got fed up watching the back of Porsche Boxters drive away and thought "Hey my car needs an anus just like that".  Then he went one better and gave it a double anus.  I like it, I don't care what you say.


That's all I've got right now.  But if you see something custom or awesome, or failing hard why not send it to us so we can post it and write comments like a 12 year old about it.

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