Last Call- Ain't Life Grand Edition


You’ll never be faced with the choice of having to give up if you never even try in the first place. A previous owner of this weirdly customized Mitsubishi Eclipse tried. In fact it looks like he threw at least two different rattle cans worth of attempt at the car – or at least its engine bay – before giving up. It’s now up to the patrons of the junkyard in which it resides to determine if it’s still to be considered Grand.

Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything. Thread jacking is not only accepted, it’s encouraged.

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6 responses to “Last Call- Ain't Life Grand Edition”

  1. dukeisduke Avatar

    The "GRAND" emblem looks like it came from a Pontiac Grand Am or Grand Prix.
    Crush it and get it over with.

  2. Brian Avatar

    I cut my teeth on 2GNTs. Though they represented more than 90% of all DSMs sold, they had nowhere near the support of the 4G63.
    Always sad to see someone gave up. Not easy to mod an undersupported platform. Few have the tenacity to stick with it when you can't just order easy power from a catalog.

  3. MVEilenstein Avatar

    I saw one of those new Nissan vans today. Looks like a white doorstop.

  4. GTXcellent Avatar

    What are the odds the timing belt snapped? 100% or only 99%?

    1. Vairship Avatar

      Don't Eclipses also have a reputation for having their cranks go for a stroll?

  5. dukeisduke Avatar

    It looks like there's a transmission dipstick tube, which means it's an automatic. Fail.

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