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That which is lost is sometimes found...again...

As most of you know, I like cars! Ok, maybe I'll even go as far as saying I'm obsessed with the automobile.

What does the perfect call look like?

This is the car of my dreams, yes one of many I know, but for this post this is the car. It's more than a car, it's a piece of art that just happens to have the sweetest exhaust note that you have ever heard.

I know from talking to the builder and owner of the automobile that it would cost north of $175.000 to build this type of art work.

Please note that the grab bar for the passenger is also the AC vent. How cool is that?

The best part of this art work is the fact that you can drive and enjoy this on the streets.

Also please take note of the fact that there is no windscreen post or trim around the glass. The windscreen is a stock glass that has been layed back 4 degrees and molded into the Fiberglas to create a very nice illusion of speed while the auto is just sitting there......

SEMA is not a place where Woodchucks should be allowed to run free.


Anonymous said…
What color did you order?

WickedHamster said…
By strange coincidence, I was watching the history of Ferrari on the History Channel this morning, and thought that developing my own Grand Prix racing team might be a good way to spread the message of Hamster Cosmic Government to the right kind of people. I was going to ask you, as Imperial Hamster Minister, to come up with some proposals. Please look into this as time permits.

--by Decree of The Hamster
volvomom said…
OK, Woodchuck. The day he's in the seat of a Volvo is the day I start to salvate...

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