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Distastefully Modified Old Skool Fords - Show us your worst!

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9 minutes ago, HotRodMatt said:
46 minutes ago, Rally Pack 2000 said:

 

Haters will say it's photoshopped.

Isnt it one of those Minicar Racers?

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I'm not too adverse to that - ok the wheels are a bit iffy and it seems to have a beer can wedged on the tailpipe. but I could live with the rest bearing in mind that it ain't the UK!

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1 hour ago, Rally Pack 2000 said:

And yet you mock Australian wheels!

Yeah but in comparison to Aussie wheels, the Anglebox ones ARE tasteful LOL! Painted differently they might be quite nice - maybe?

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I'm fairly certain this has been on the thread before, but this is a better pic. No need to thank me.995ba7055d1da8d8b83713c9a3675b7b.jpg

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All that work to manage a complete clusterF, looking at the size of the door, was it used in a circus?

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So, sticking to cars we cater for, let's see the worst you've seen on your travels.

 

I will open the bidding with this Fordarri Capristarrosa that popped up in the OSF twitter feed tonight

 

What were they thinking?

 

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And here's the Mk2 version!879271395941dc97bc658b639b39510b.jpg

 

 

 

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The body kit - yeah bad idea! But a 'drop top' Cappa - nah thats an 'up against the wall mate' offence!

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Do you reckon they stole or were given the yard broom they painted the black bits with? The wind noise from those quarters must be staggering! 

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I like that, perhaps not quite so low and I'll bet that Ferrari purists will hate it...........but looks great to me.

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I see absolutely nothing wrong with that Mk1, but six litres isn't trying. How about this RS9000 Mk2?616c925e764c2a7962a438dac65744a4.jpgc8fef8dba184e255e9d44e91e4223663.jpg

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3 hours ago, Rally Pack 2000 said:

We have had a RS3000 Granada on these pages so its only fair to add the RS6000 Mk1 Escort!

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19 minutes ago, HotRodMatt said:

I see absolutely nothing wrong with that Mk1, but six litres isn't trying. How about this RS9000 Mk2?616c925e764c2a7962a438dac65744a4.jpgc8fef8dba184e255e9d44e91e4223663.jpg

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Both marmite cars. Love them or hate them depending on your interests. Not a fan myself but I can see why the big horse power and huge rear tyres would appeal to dump the clutch and hold on fans

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27 minutes ago, HotRodMatt said:

I see absolutely nothing wrong with that Mk1, but six litres isn't trying. How about this RS9000 Mk2?

Its probably just a more economical run around for the wife to get to the shops and back.

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16 minutes ago, Vista said:

 

Both marmite cars. Love them or hate them depending on your interests. Not a fan myself but I can see why the big horse power and huge rear tyres would appeal to dump the clutch and hold on fans

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