What's Wrong With This Picture: Barrel Fishing Edition

Robert Farago
by Robert Farago

I especially appreciate the satellite dish on the roof . . .

Easyrod Kits are pre-engineered to be assembled in hours not years. Bolt, screw and glue the high quality hand laid fiberglass ’57 components to your ’93-’02 Camaro and be driving a cool, radical stylized hot rod. Simply remove the original hood, bumpers and front fenders. The fiberglass replacement hood bolts onto the stock hinges, struts, hood latch and safety catch and use the stock interior hood release. Front fenders bolt on using the stock factory bolt holes. Our trunk lid is an overlay. Door skin overlays, rear quarters and bumper cover snap on and are glued in place using 3M 8115 Panel Bonding adhesive. [thanks to FW for the link]

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  • DangerousDave DangerousDave on Oct 17, 2009

    Quick! Where's my eye bleach?

  • Willbodine Willbodine on Oct 17, 2009

    "Pretty ugly" doesn't do this justice. Might have worked a bit better on the '82 version. The Opel Vectra side mirror fairings that begin on the front fenders are the major hang-up. Now a C1 Corvette kit (complete with contrasting side-coves) might work better with this car's low build profile. But the sum will never equal/exceed the cost of the donor car and price of the kit.

  • Bigbadbill Bigbadbill on Oct 17, 2009

    I mean c'mon...NO QUESTION the satellite dish is on the roof. So are the two trees to the left.

  • Via Nocturna Via Nocturna on Oct 17, 2009

    Ohhhh...ohhhh, that hurts. That's not very good at all. I need to go look at some Alfas now.