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A Horse With No Name

Interesting use of a wrecked Chrysler 300M

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It looks like it was beaten with a twenty-five pound bag of ugly (what an awkward wheelbase and proportions).

I give the guy respect for building it, though.

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it is pretty ugly...

but a cool concept

should have figured the weight distribution before he took it out. lol

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I wonder what ole Sixty-Eight would think of this....ugly as sin, but it is taking a FWD car and making it RWD.

It is ugly, but for a home built car IMHO it shows some good craftsmanship and construction skill.

Chris

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that would be one hell of a go kart.

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I give the guy major kudos for what he did, don't get me wrong. He should have just hired someone to design what it would look like.

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