Sunday, October 19, 2014

3k: Horrorod: 1966 Ford Mustang 4X4

The Horrorod as defined by Daily Turismo as: Any customized vehicle that makes you want to huddle up in the fetal position and cry.  As Halloween approaches, we prepare for our annual Festival of Horrorods the only way we know how...which is to post more Horrorods.  It is a vicious circle of horror, but I'm not going to stop it.  If I try, the clowns will eat me.  Find this 1966 Ford Mustang 4X4 offered for $2,800 in some backwoods mountain town, Anywhere, USA via craigslist.

Remember those anti-drug commercials from the 90s?  This is your brain, this is your brain on drugs...etc.  Well, this is your Mustang, this is your Mustang on a Bronco chassis....or drugs.  Interestingly enough the seller says that car runs/drives, but says that if you are interested in putting it back on the road -- forgetaboutit, don't waste his time, use it as a farm vehicle.  I don't understand why you couldn't just drive that around, but it is probably because I live in California where the only requirement to register a car is a biennial smog test that is waived if the car is 1975 or older.  There is no rust, safety, lights, or seat belt inspection in California, and I routinely see stuff on the road crazier than this.  I'd daily drive it.

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  1. I'm reminded of Cherry 2000, the 80's post apocalyptic android film, in which Melanie Griffiths plays a bounty hunter who drives an off-road '65 Mustang. She drives at night, without lights, "By feel, mostly." Because she is bad-ass.

  2. It is the original concept for the Local Motors Rally Fighter


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