Judging by the t-shirts of the lanyard-wearing dorks that got out of this car, I’d have to say the color scheme/mirror graphics are probably a nod to some lame ass comic book hero or something. The mirrors really remind me of Mickey Mouse’s hands though.
I don’t really care why its ugly. Only that it is. And yes, I’m judging drivers and passengers now.
I caught this one a while back, out in Scottsdale, most likely around the time of all the car auctions that go on out there in the beginning of the year. When I saw it coming, I assumed it was some sort of Lincoln concept car for some reason, or possibly some kind of horrifying body kit slapped onto a Cougar, with sort of a Toronado Trofeo flavor. I was struggling to get my phone out of my pocket to get a picture and wasn’t really able to get a good look at it. It wasn’t until I got home and looked at the picture on the computer that I realized how obviously Fiero-based this thing was.
The car is actually a Zimmer Quicksilver, based on an stock 2.8, automatic Fiero. Only 170 of these atrocities were ever built.
This truck was an 18th birthday present from my parents. It’s a 1965 Chevy C-10 LWB Fleetside. I finally have my own garage so I’ve begun to tear down now, nearing my 26th birthday. I’ve gotten quite a ways past the pictures you’ll see here, but in the interest of keeping my updates short and readable, I’ll start from the beginning. Continue reading →
Each month, there is a car show in Scottsdale, Arizona called Cars and Coffee. The show primarily features exotics such as Lamborghinis, Ferrarris, Porsches, Aston Martins, and other cars with very large price tags. However, the show is open to any type of vehicle.
Last month, this goregeous Fox-body Ford Mustang caught my eye. Take a gander at the photos of this supercharged black beauty!