Wow. Some people have zero sense of design aesthetics. And whoever thought this bloated monster made good use of a 1915 Mitchell certainly had none ! And for lovers of disc wheels, how about some really ugly discs to go with it ! Hahahaha ! All I can say is "WOW !"
It's neat. The rear seat area has a cover on it that can be removed.
It's certainly unusual, but I guess some people like big butts.
Ugly or not it looks like he did a great job!
I like it ...
Somethings do look better when viewed through beer goggles. And, beauty is in the eye of the beer holder.
I will concede that the fit and finish do look good, but the styling department, ah, um, er, well, golly.....
It's just a little over-inflated. Reduce the "cabin pressure" by 250 PSI and it looks trim, lithe and fast ! (but then it doesn't float)
Neat car. Big, granted but neat
W.C. Fields would have loved to use that car to chase "Road hogs" off the road with.
I like big butts.... sooooooo
That was my momma's car....
I think that the angle of the first and third pictures make it look bigger than it is.
Like a loaded diaper. Some people like that look!
Looks like Barry and his wife
Not a pretty body style for sure. That's one I wouldn't bring home. To fat in the back and to high in the rear. Looks like a pregnant 28 roadster. Tim
And to think a 1915 Mitchell got botched up for that mess ! Ouch !
They made a ugly mess of a rare car. Tim
Burger, with on this one man. WhAt a waste. Tim