There’s something about an intentionally rusty car that is very badass to me. It could be the chaos that comes with rust and how rat rods embrace it. Plus, the idea of slammed vintage cars also makes them unique. Of course, seeing a perfectly restored classic is always a great sight to see but I would say that a rust bucket sliding on the floor generally turns more heads. It looks almost like the just took that crazy barn find and slapped a new engine in it.
This BMW 700 is a fantastic example of what I mean. The design created by the rust looks so good I wouldn’t be surprised if someone had told me they made it like that on purpose. Do you agree or would you rather see it restored to its former glory?
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