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Post it up!! What's the most ghetto/Riced Out things done to a 'Bird or Coug?

As it says, post your outlandish pics of how people have ghetto-fied our cars....


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theres a guy with a neon green and orange cougar that works at the gas station across from my shop.ill sneak a pic somtime.

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Isn't this more Redneck than Ghetto...

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Aren't they same, just in different locations??
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on a V6 T-Bird that I spotted outside of Pittsburgh, PA earlier this year. And the driver even has a mullet!

The spoiler was as high as the roofline, and the rims were spraypainted black.

The Pièce de résistance; a Our Lady of Guadalupe sticker on the rear window!
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cant forget this one...




i've found this car for sale on ebay twice and some used luxury car website about a year ago
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because you like to talk about winning car shows....others like to win drag races.
And some of us prefer to do both. Though, I have to say, I'm in the less is more crowd when it comes to junk like "body kits" and huge "blingin" wheels. I can't understand why people think they have to stick every little thing they see on their cars. Just my opinion.

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This poor poor thread...here is my contribution. I spotted this awhile back...and personally....I think its AWESOME!!! lol, but thats just me. It was originally a foxbody cougar.




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i'm on it like the easyrods... the roofline kills it.
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This poor poor thread...here is my contribution. I spotted this awhile back...and personally....I think its AWESOME!!! lol, but thats just me. It was originally a foxbody cougar.

http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d1...arse/Coug3.jpg

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And some of us prefer to do both. Though, I have to say, I'm in the less is more crowd when it comes to junk like "body kits" and huge "blingin" wheels. I can't understand why people think they have to stick every little thing they see on their cars. Just my opinion.

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my thoughts exactly

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This poor poor thread...here is my contribution. I spotted this awhile back...and personally....I think its AWESOME!!! lol, but thats just me. It was originally a foxbody cougar.

http://i34.photobucket.com/albums/d1...arse/Coug3.jpg

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I disagree, the roofline does not kill it, in this particular instance, that being some sort of wild-ass Cruella DeVille mobile, the roof/window line actually goes okay with the styling theme... So, all in all, it doesn't matter because it doesnt look as obviously out of place as the Easyrods.

So, yeah, that is pretty ghetto, though. I gotta give it to the guy, though, that must've taken some effort!

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The car is actually made by a coachbuilder...its no homemadejob so it does have a lot of extensive work put into it. i also heard that they made a few out of t-birds and mustangs...but the favorite was the foxbody cougar. it still had the cougar cap on the steering wheel.

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I love it!! If they made it a kit like they have the Zepher's I would think about buying one!! Truly Unique

Have you guys seen how they turn T-birds into the Zepher? I talk to a guy that had a booth setup at the pittsburgh parts a rama and was promoting his product. I asked him what he did with all the thunderbird and SC stuff.....He said he threw it away because it wasn't worth his time to try to sell it!! I gave him my number and told him I would take it off his hands or even pay him and sell it to people on here....But no call.

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What in the freak is that man, geesuhuh....

Ya, its funny, Funny like a Clown.
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There are very few cars I would refuse to ride in, and this is the only one I can think of at the moment.






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There are very few cars I would refuse to ride in, and this is the only one I can think of at the moment.





lol, check out the guys mullet!
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I agree 100% It makes me want to puke.
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makes me want to buy some roller blades and hang onto the back of that doofy wing!! SKITCHIN

There is some old fart around me with a 93 bird, beuatiful car, edelbrock motor, razzi body kit....keeps it clean but decorates it with Betty Boop. Excessively...

[img http://ridiculousrydz.com/images/Pho...lery/index.htm img]

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What in the freak is that man, geesuhuh....
Its his car....LOL

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the one i posted? I know the owners name is Bill Norton

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the one i posted? I know the owners name is Bill Norton
No no...I talkin to the guy who posted after j.miller....thats why I quoted that person.

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beats me

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wow. That 93 5.0. T-bird emblems on the headlights?

That is sooo unbelievably gay.

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this is horrible

Shipping out to basic training for the army on april 12th!

Bird is on serious down time
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Ya don't see that everyday

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Egad! where did you find that?


Mods? Yea, I got mods ...
Air silencer delete, warp drive, dilithium crystals, flux capacitor, Slingshot Rubber band power adder, Moonshine & Gas, Leaf Blower Supercharger, Hamster Wheel & Hamster, Energizer Bunny generating 1.21 gigawatts, Mr. Fusion® Home Energy Reactor, hover conversion and a sextant celestial navigation system (The original GPS)
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http://circodiautomobile.blogspot.com/ here. i think it was a pic the guy snapped on his way to a car show, the worst part is it has a shevy motor in it

Shipping out to basic training for the army on april 12th!

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the worst part is it has a shevy motor in it
That's the worst part?

I don't like bashing other people's work all that much, so I won't. The guy took on an interesting project, and finished it (which is alot harder than it sounds).


Now, stylistically, I'm not into it... at all

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