Thursday, 6 December 2012

Confuser Miata

Part of the fun of modifying cars is to subvert expectations and transcend trends.
Take this 1995 Mazda Miata, for example. It features myriad details designed to confuse and induce double-takes. The engine wears a Ford-branded rocker cover. The licence plate is impossible to read. The Centreline wheels are something you never see on such a car (and work brilliantly for exactly that reason). And the gearknob looks rather, er, Ann Summers.
A variety of weird ideas, but cohesively they work. And that five-panel rear-view mirror is brilliantly odd. Click here for more.

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