Last Call: This is the perfect vehicle

It’s got classic BMW looks, Toyota reliability, ample room for six, mid-engine chassis design, and is available with all wheel drive and a manual transmission. So yea, this is, in fact, the perfect vehicle.

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15 responses to “Last Call: This is the perfect vehicle”

  1. Sjalabais Avatar

    It also ran when parked? Awesome that Last Call is back!

    There’s a website that works as a national, digital museum archive here in Norway. I just discovered that if you look for car brands, it shows old photos, actual cars in car museums, toys etc. Quite entertaining:

  2. Zentropy Avatar

    I would have never guessed that BMW pieces would actually work on a Previa, but that’s cool in a bloated, porcine sort of way. Too bad the engines are weak even in supercharged trim. Might be fun with a mild lift and overland theme.

    1. outback_ute Avatar

      I’m not sure any BMW pieces save perhaps the kidney grilles were troubled in the creation of this?

      Also – too perfect to drive?

      1. Zentropy Avatar

        Yeah, what do you figure… E39? Who knows– maybe there’s an S62 V8 hiding under the front seats?

        1. salguod Avatar

          I was thinking E46. I think the grilles are E46 (they look identical to the ones on my coupe), but you may be right about the headlights.

          Either way, it’s surprisingly successful.

          1. Zentropy Avatar

            They could very well be E46 parts. Definitely that era. Regardless, it’s just rare that anyone builds a convincing fascia out of mismatched parts, and this one pulls it off. I don’t care much for the oversized bumper skirt, and the car is way too low for my liking, but I like to see people make interesting rides out of cars that wouldn’t normally get a second glance.

          2. salguod Avatar

            The headlights are definitely E39, the E46 headlights have scallops on the bottom. The grille frames are wider than the E39, I think they’re E46. Also, this seems to be the only image of this thing on the internet. I hope it’s not a photoshop.

            And yes, I wasted 15-20 minutes of my life Google image searching all of this.

          3. outback_ute Avatar

            I’d initially thought the headlights looked too wide to be E39, but why would you make custom ones rather than adjust your custom hood to suit?

    2. Vairship Avatar

      I wonder how much effort it would be to turn it into:

  3. Hatchtopia Avatar

    I never knew a car could have both a severe underbite and buck teeth.

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  4. 0A5599 Avatar

    All that Aztek needs is the tent accessory.

  5. I_Borgward Avatar

    I want to paint it pink and put a curly tail on it. And I will name him George.

  6. crank_case Avatar

    Depends, is it the supercharged one and has it got a diff? then yeah.

  7. crank_case Avatar

    Depends, is it the supercharged one and has it got a diff? then yeah.

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