Title says it all. I honestly don’t know what it was, and I don’t have a clue as to what it’s trying to be, other than truly awful. Stumbled across the pic on the Corvette forums and can honestly thank God that this is the only picture. I assume the camera dissolved as soon as the pic was taken.
Anyway, we can have some fun with this one. There are no wrong answers, just points for creativity:
You put a nice glossy coat of candy apple red, go heavy on the metal flake and pearl, throw some 22’s and low profile Pirelli’s, black out the windows……..
Send it to the crusher and then try your best to completely put it out of your mind that anything like ever existed…..
And you might really have something there!
So, this is a take on the story that every Southern California parent tells their teenage kids…
“Once upon a time, an innocent, naive-to-the-ways-of-the-world 3rd generation Honda Accord sedan (1986-1989) went down to Mexico with some other cars who he thought were his friends. They showed him a GREAT time! They hit all the Pemex stations in Tijuana and after drinking gallons of Mexico’s finest, over the space of a few hours, this poor Accord wound up in a back alley body shop. His other car “friends” took advantage of the situation and gave him a night he not only had no recollection of, but unfortunately left him with scars that he will never live down. The first thing they did was seal his rear doors shut!!! OMG!!! How would YOU feel if someone sealed YOUR rear door shut? They gave him a horrible butt transplant, puffed up his cheeks, totally changed his face… and he can never go back to the way he was. His friends laughed at his misfortune but automotive society shunned him. He was ashamed to be seen in public. His own family didn’t even want to acknowledge him. He was such a disappointment! He couldn’t get a job, not even with Uber!! Even the local Dominos wouldn’t let him deliver pizzas! The Chinese takeout restaurant slammed their door in his face! Eventually, he was dragged to a crusher and put out of his misery. So sad…”