Last Call: I saw this anime 240sx and I obviously had to stop and take a picure

The other day when I was getting groceries I saw this thing parked on the side of the road. Being a beat up 240 it caught my attention, but the anime wrap is what made me pull over. This is kinda like having an anime tattoo on your forearm. Everyone sees is and it’s kind of embarrassing, but if you like then who cares!

I know nothing about anime so I couldn’t tell you what this is from to save my life but I can appreciate the dedication. He could’ve gone for just some cool color but nope this guy (or girl) wanted anime. And I’m guessing those probably aren’t real TE37s but ya know, just a guess. Love it or hate it? What do you guys think?

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3 responses to “Last Call: I saw this anime 240sx and I obviously had to stop and take a picure”

  1. Sjalabais Avatar

    The internet is awash with dashcam videos and bystanders filming Mustangs spinning out and crashing. It seems there are new clips coming almost every day.

    Doesn’t this hurt Ford? Or is this “all PR is good PR” for the pony-crowd? Or doesn’t it matter at all, in the long run?

  2. crank_case Avatar

    Don’t hate it, ride height seems functional but you’d wonder did they actually lose the bumpers in sideways action or just a bit of a pose?

  3. Zentropy Avatar

    To each his/her own, but I don’t like attention-grabbing features in general. No wings, no wraps, no loud paint jobs. Other than wide-body fenders and wide wheels/tires (which I’m admittedly a sucker for), I prefer not to advertise performance. I like sedate-looking cars with the good stuff tucked underneath.

    In this particular case, the wrap probably cost more than the car. I personally would have spent the money on bumpers instead.

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