At $7,500, is this custom 2003 Volkswagen Beetle three-wheeler a bargain?

Nice price or no dice 2003 Volkswagen Beetle custom tricycle

The most amazing thing of the day Good price or no dice The custom Volkswagen Trike is the seller’s claim to have put 10K on it in its current condition, Frankenstein. Let’s see if this car’s personal statement can still be made You find wide attraction at its current price.

“Toss and do not drown” is the Latin motto of Paris, France, For a long time on the city emblem. loose translation, that Means to be tossed by the waves but ultimately not drowned. In boxing parlance, it’s like being “frustrated but not out”.

Looking at the pictures in the ad last Friday 2014 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO GSR, we can imagine she has the same thing since it was kind of a hit, but he still seems to be excited about the action. Unfortunately, this gritty do-it-yourself look doesn’t seem to equal the car’s $23,900 asking price. Even a new clutch and clean title can’t sway your majority in their favour, resulting in a lower EVO at a no-nonsense loss of 83 percent.

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Well, let’s start today with a fair warning. The 2003 Volkswagen Beetle Trike See it before it makes you question Your sight and maybe even The mind of the world we live in. Yes, it is very far. Now that we’ve made the lawyers happy, let’s dive into this crazy piece automatic(motivation)– erotica.

The car appears to have started its life as a new 2003 Volkswagen Beetle with a 90-horsepower TDI and five-speed stick. What happened after that fateful start is of course Anyone guess. I guess it included something along the lines of getting the sum distance accident At some point in his career, then reshaped in its current form. The result was the creation of what you see standing in front of you, an insane mixture of disparate brands and brands, stitched together to create what the seller says is “our own version of the Sling Shot.”

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Now, the Polaris Slingshot is a real vehicle made by a real company. Even with those good intentions, Slingshot remains pretty crazy. This tribute takes that madness and turns it into an 11 and then flips the 11 on its side so that it becomes an equal sign. Do you know what it is worth? Yes crazy.

Let’s take a look at the car from the nose to the skeleton and see all we can determine. The nose isn’t a Beetle but a Ford Fusion Aston Martin, and if that’s not crazy enough, it’s only half-coated and it’s a full clamshell. This makes it look Such that Eager to swallow the whole street. Below that is the Volkswagen and Beetle unit body The front bumper surrounds the 1.9L TDI. Placing the stock intercooler in front of the right wheel arch seems particularly unstable in this case.

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Behind that is the Beetle’s cabin but is accentuated by the windowless cut-out doors and T-Top roof of the Z31 300ZX. High Mount Brakes-And-The bed light from a pickup truck was cleverly shaped into the ceiling behind it. The rear end is completely tubular and provides a mount for the single rear wheel attached to the swingarm. Unlike the Polaris trike, this custom built vehicle is FWD so the sole purpose of the rear wheel is to prevent the vehicle’s rear end from stirring up the pavement.

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Is this crazy for you? I hope not because I saved the worst, eh… the best for last. Tesla has been getting a lot of press lately To replace the steering wheel on the Model S Plaid with the hated yoke, But the yoke is on Elon because this Beetle uses bone for its wheel and gearshift knob. I don’t know where they all come from but I’m on equal terms He was impressed and cursed though. The rest of the interior looks rather demure compared to the horror movie backing controls.

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According to the announcement, the car’s lack of complete weather protection makes it a three-season car. Of course, that’s only as long as one of those seasons isn’t “seasonal.” THis car has 238,800 miles on the Odo. Of these, she appears to have made 10 thousand at present, the island of Doctor Moreau. in public!

Naturally, the title was reconstructed where who would do this with a car with a clean title? The ad says he has passed the South Carolina DOT screening which doesn’t really bode well for driving safely in South Carolina. All the jokes and waves Horror aside, given its three wheels, the VW is now likely to be classified as a motorcycle, and therefore does not have to meet the stringent safety requirements of a four-wheeled vehicle.

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What would fuel such a nightmare cost a brave individual? Who would consider buying it? The ad says $7,500 is the running price for a custom Beetle TDI Trike with a ham-hose steering wheel, but as we all know, the seller doesn’t get the last word, as we do.

What do you think of this interesting car, which has a price of 7,500 dollars? Does this sound like a deal to go crazy? Or do you have a bone to choose with the seller to order a lot?

It’s your decision!

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