Pictures of decently Modified cars [Vol. 2]

Pictures of decently Modified cars [Vol. 2]

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jerryc

1 posts

9 months

Wednesday 12th December 2018
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how about Bugatti Chiron

Swampy1982

1,935 posts

56 months

Wednesday 12th December 2018
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jerryc said:
how about Bugatti Chiron
What about it? I can't see the modification...

Baron Greenback

4,055 posts

95 months

Friday 21st December 2018
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Didnt know where to put this decently or badly or could be a concept page thread if there is one but didnt look!
Austin Healey Sprite GT3 car found it in https://www.topgear.com/car-news/austin-healey-spr...



Number_Six

144 posts

48 months

Friday 21st December 2018
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Baron Greenback said:
Didnt know where to put this decently or badly or could be a concept page thread if there is one but didnt look!
Austin Healey Sprite GT3 car found it in https://www.topgear.com/car-news/austin-healey-spr...


It certainly looks pleased with itself.

irocfan

20,214 posts

135 months

Friday 21st December 2018
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Baron Greenback said:
Didnt know where to put this decently or badly or could be a concept page thread if there is one but didnt look!
Austin Healey Sprite GT3 car found it in https://www.topgear.com/car-news/austin-healey-spr...


https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?t=1579849

epom

6,384 posts

106 months

Friday 21st December 2018
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jerryc said:
how about Bugatti Chiron
Thanks Jerry.

Baron Greenback

4,055 posts

95 months

Saturday 22nd December 2018
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irocfan said:
Hehee only 4 posts since 2016!

Escort3500

4,918 posts

90 months

Saturday 29th December 2018
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Fleckers

2,536 posts

146 months

Saturday 29th December 2018
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Escort3500 said:

If this was painted red ........

ajprice

16,439 posts

141 months

Wednesday 2nd January
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With the disclaimers of 'if it isn't photoshop' (there are a lot of pictures of it) and 'if it runs' (none of the pictures show an engine or anything mechanical), I give you a 2 seater FSO Polonez https://debates.coches.net/discussion/273748/la-mo...




Burnham

3,520 posts

204 months

Wednesday 2nd January
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But why?!

Fermit and Sexy Sarah

7,047 posts

45 months

Wednesday 2nd January
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Burnham said:
But why?!
Because no one wants to get in an FSO with you?

ATM

9,542 posts

164 months

Wednesday 2nd January
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Fermit and Sexy Sarah said:
Burnham said:
But why?!
Because no one wants to get in an FSO with you?
No lads but this is genius. It's obviously for driving down cycle paths.

Otter Smacker

6,524 posts

139 months

Wednesday 2nd January
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ATM said:
Fermit and Sexy Sarah said:
Burnham said:
But why?!
Because no one wants to get in an FSO with you?
No lads but this is genius. It's obviously for driving down cycle paths.
Think of the possibilities. yes

Decently modified in my book.

shakotan

10,400 posts

141 months

Thursday 3rd January
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Otter Smacker said:
ATM said:
Fermit and Sexy Sarah said:
Burnham said:
But why?!
Because no one wants to get in an FSO with you?
No lads but this is genius. It's obviously for driving down cycle paths.
Think of the possibilities. yes

Decently modified in my book.
There was an old boy hawking around a similar idea for years, it was a narrowed Rover 100 called The Bullitt. He advertised it for a fairly tidy sum on eBay several times, and there was a few news stories now and again. Of course, it didn't have a working drive train (it wouldn't fit) and had to be towed everywhere (illegally).

I imagine it eventually got scrapped.

EDIT: Found a pic, Bono has let himself go a bit!




Edited by shakotan on Thursday 3rd January 10:20

poing

8,534 posts

145 months

Thursday 3rd January
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shakotan said:
There was an old boy hawking around a similar idea for years, it was a narrowed Rover 100 called The Bullitt. He advertised it for a fairly tidy sum on eBay several times, and there was a few news stories now and again. Of course, it didn't have a working drive train (it wouldn't fit) and had to be towed everywhere (illegally).

I imagine it eventually got scrapped.

EDIT: Found a pic, Bono has let himself go a bit!

That tow bar on the front is genius, and possibly the only thing holding the two parts together.

ATM

9,542 posts

164 months

Friday 4th January
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poing said:
shakotan said:
There was an old boy hawking around a similar idea for years, it was a narrowed Rover 100 called The Bullitt. He advertised it for a fairly tidy sum on eBay several times, and there was a few news stories now and again. Of course, it didn't have a working drive train (it wouldn't fit) and had to be towed everywhere (illegally).

I imagine it eventually got scrapped.

EDIT: Found a pic, Bono has let himself go a bit!

That tow bar on the front is genius, and possibly the only thing holding the two parts together.
He's only removed a few inches I'd guess looking at the number plate recess/recesses.

shakotan

10,400 posts

141 months

Friday 4th January
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ATM said:
poing said:
shakotan said:
There was an old boy hawking around a similar idea for years, it was a narrowed Rover 100 called The Bullitt. He advertised it for a fairly tidy sum on eBay several times, and there was a few news stories now and again. Of course, it didn't have a working drive train (it wouldn't fit) and had to be towed everywhere (illegally).

I imagine it eventually got scrapped.

EDIT: Found a pic, Bono has let himself go a bit!

That tow bar on the front is genius, and possibly the only thing holding the two parts together.
He's only removed a few inches I'd guess looking at the number plate recess/recesses.
How much were you expecting him to remove, 10 feet?

sleepera6

4,739 posts

42 months

Sunday 6th January
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Genuine FQ-340 Ralliart on ROTA Grids.... mmmm

For sale at £15995