Black Oil & Night Soil: Hoon Hard & Prosper


Today’s batch can be best described as a fat crop of nonsense.  There are some projects that didn’t quite make it to fruition, some meaty street machines, and even a flight simulator in a school bus.  Kit cars, mud boggers, a Doodlebug, and finally a MAN 8×8, strong enough to drag an entire forest up a hill and through another forest.
I know you are amped.  Dive in.

 
 

  • Milwaukee rolls deep.Chrysler Executive Limousine

  • Seven hours of applause.

  • Remember the Battle of Olustee.1966 Ford F100

  • Multiple 4-speeds; mail and weapons heritage. Ford Model A Swamp Buggy

  • Toss those stupid fuzzy dice out the window of your “Monzamino”, and do your best V6 brake stand.Chevrolet Monza Wagon

  • Eight wheel drive, four wheel steering, and a V10 means you can go where you damn well please.Man M1001

  • Looking for a race car ?  Fred here has a real pro-build going. Drag Racing Ferrari Kit Car

  • This says DMV driving exam all over it.Peterbuilt Blastolene Hotrod Truck

  • Simulate space travel in a school bus.Ford B700 Space Shuttle Bus

  • 1300 cc motor will keep you bogging on the gentlest of slopes. 1972 Honda Z600

  • Bring a starter for maximum doodle. 1934 Chevrolet Doodlebug

  • A.J. Foyt is no stranger to the hoon.AJ Foyt Sprint Race Car

  • JST ROLL. 1981 Laser 917

 
 

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16 responses to “Black Oil & Night Soil: Hoon Hard & Prosper”

  1. Hatchtopia Avatar

    That Monzamino isn’t bad. Pretty well executed.
    However, I really need to comment on the Limo post. Or poster, perhaps. Diamond Plate? Really? As horrifyingly awful as that car was straight off the line, I can’t imagine a better way to ruin it. But then I read the text with the ad and it all came together. No coherence in the accessories and none in the words either.

  2. mdharrell Avatar

    Money aside, vehicles I would eagerly drive in an upcoming LeMons rally:
    Yes, yes, no, yes, yes, yes, yes, no, yes, no, yes, no (although tempting), yes.
    That’s a disturbingly high ratio, so please don’t post too many vehicles near my home.

    1. 0A5599 Avatar
      0A5599

      Your next support vehicle. Put the KV Mini in the back and pull a Saab using a tow bar. And it already has a rollcage, sort of. All at a Lemons-appropriate price.
      https://seattle.craigslist.org/oly/cto/5968646462.html

      1. mdharrell Avatar

        I like the liftgate but I don’t think the utility box will fit down my driveway between the house and the fence. The choke point is 7’3″.

        1. 0A5599 Avatar
          0A5599

          Single rear wheel truck, with a box not much wider than the cab. You will have about six inches to spare.
          https://www.knapheide.com/files/source/knapheide/products/Service-Bodies/Standard-Service-Bodies/UBPP02-B_20140718.pdf
          Or park it in the street with some orange cones around it and convince the neighbors you have serious telephone problems.

          1. mdharrell Avatar

            I suspect the neighbors are already convinced I have serious problems.

        2. Van_Sarockin Avatar
          Van_Sarockin

          You just aren’t going fast enough.

  3. I_Borgward Avatar
    I_Borgward

    What?!?! An MGB with an automatic?
    SACRILEGE

    1. mdharrell Avatar

      MG built a few with automatics, with the standard (so to speak) numbers quoted as 452 roadsters and 1285 GTs. Despite what one would think, these were intended exclusively for the British market, although rumor has it that a handful may have been ordered for US delivery. An automatic was offered in the MGC as well.
      I suspect the car above is not one of them.

      1. I_Borgward Avatar
        I_Borgward

        Just because you can hook up a slush pump to a tractor motor doesn’t mean you should!

  4. outback_ute Avatar
    outback_ute

    The Foyt sprint car is interesting. Not only is it “completely STREET LEGAL!!” (somewhere), it also seems to have fuel injection plus a carburetor?
    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/87ab2351d4b5eedaf7edd0c0df444bfcf99f328a4e8a50ccc579ffe22be8dd6f.jpg

      1. outback_ute Avatar
        outback_ute

        That definitely makes sense – not likely to have made some custom heads!

  5. crank_case Avatar
    crank_case

    So much want for that MAN 8X8. I have no practical use for it, nowhere to store it, limited access to off road opportunities, and I’d annoy everyone if I brought it to work.
    It’s perfect.

    1. mdharrell Avatar

      Agreed, although I’d rather hold out for a Lockheed 901.

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