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Old 01-06-2010, 11:08 AM
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Some of these are ugly, but mostly just weird..

http://www.offbeatearth.com/the-weirdest-cars/

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Old 01-09-2010, 08:38 AM
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Lol great thread!
Here's my contribution (although there was a nash on the first page, I'm sure you can't get enough of them haha), two cars that I've actually owned lol.

Unfortunately I've lost the photos of the cars I actually had, but they were the only american cars I've ever owned. I found them in a paddock under a (really) big cover. It's always exciting coming across cars in sheds and on farms. I brought both of them off the old farmer (In his 80s and still working the farm every day!), whos dad got them both new in the 50s. One was a 1951 Nash Ambassador Custom and the other was a 1957 Nash Ambasador Custom which had the 255hp 327 motor. I paid $2500 NZ (approx $1800 USD) for both of them. They were both in (pretty much) rust free original condition which is a pretty rare thing over here. I ended up selling the '51 (which I gave a wash and got $5500 for!) to fix up the '57. I spent a bit on that and ended up getting rid of it to buy a nice 1974 Holden Premier with a 350 in it. I just wasn't into the car enough (yes they are quite ugly lol) to tip more money into it

Here's some some pics of other peoples. They are HUGE cars! lol


1951 Nash Ambassador Custom


1957 Nash Ambassador


You really can't forget the soviet cars for ugliest in the world lol, How's this?




Handling isn't their best feature (no I don't know what is lol)




That guy is quite proud of it lol


Even after all this time they still haven't learned anything from the 2CV lol
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I think Chrysler always had a hard time getting things right up until the late 60's/mid 70's
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Old 01-10-2010, 08:14 AM
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Edsel that was kind of a turd.
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Pig W/lipstick

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I think Chrysler always had a hard time getting things right up until the late 60's/mid 70's
HAA! Not much better w/lipstick! Check out this one;

http://www.seriouswheels.com/pics-19...-flames-le.jpg
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I'v always liked those old valiants and darts for some reason. dunno why. there just.. unique
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I think Chrysler always had a hard time getting things right up until the late 60's/mid 70's
OMG , Mom used to drive one of these.....
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Old 01-10-2010, 09:50 AM
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looks like a cross between a 66 toronado and a torino Talladega.
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T- bird???
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looks like theres a little Tbird in it, deffinetly has some ques from the Toranado.. and ither torino or '66/'67 Charger or '65-'67 Marlin ( same fastback design so take your pick ).. while all of those cars hold there own design by themselves, rolling it all up into 1 car, just doesn't work
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The car was spotted on that trailer driving near Vegas. It isn't known what it is or who created it, so any info would be great...





Meantime, here's another example of getting it wrong...

The 1935 Stout Scarab
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Old 01-10-2010, 11:56 AM
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I kinda like that tornatomarlin bird.looks like a land speed contestant...Batmobile flames would be all it needs
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check out the pic of rear of car,,,just above rear window,, i think there are some letters i can't quite make out...and on rear fender,, a little chrome squiggle..maybe someone can find some info from his cal license plate ??? .bet it has to be registered as something other than re-constructed vehicle..
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it says scorpio above the rear window...
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