Norman Bates Drives a Manta Montage?

Looks unassuming enough

If you happen to have a Manta Montage kit car, but the lack of ventilation makes driving with the windows in place untenable, how would you keep the thieves out of it?
You might try installing an alarm, but those usually just piss off the neighbors.
Buckle up for safety, granny.

Or you might just leave the desiccated corpse of a loved one in the car to guard over it.
NORMAN!

You don’t even have to leave the radio on for her, and when driving home, you can take the HOV lane.
Source: [VWVortex] Thanks to Adam Lazur for the tip!

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25 responses to “Norman Bates Drives a Manta Montage?”

  1. Smells_Homeless Avatar

    What. The. Hell.

    1. lilwillie Avatar

      x2…..I don't know what scares me more, the car or the corpse.

  2. Alff Avatar

    My guess – being forced to drive a Manta kit car is the curse of the mummy.

  3. superbadd75 Avatar

    I suspect this guy's been using the HOV lane. I don't think it says anywhere in the rules that all passengers have to be alive, does it?

  4. engineerd Avatar

    Norman, like many Californians, couldn't afford to live near his office in downtown LA. Instead, he had a killer apartment in Riverside with a parking garage. However, commuting on the 91 every day was murder, and he thought the SpeedPass lanes were a ripoff. When Norman's mom passed away, his plan to make his commute less smothering took shape…

  5. Maymar Avatar

    I may have to make it part of my will that a VW kit car is used as my hearse.

  6. discontinuuity Avatar
    discontinuuity

    JESUS!

  7. discontinuuity Avatar
    discontinuuity

    That scared the shit out of me!

  8. scroggzilla Avatar

    That's a whole lotta beef jerky in the passenger seat.

    1. Maymar Avatar

      <img src="http://www.futuramaoutlet.com/alphabet/alpha2.jpg&quot; /img>
      That's Zevulon the Great. He's teryaki-style.

      1. dustin_driver Avatar

        That made my morning. Thank you.

    2. highmileage_v1 Avatar

      Ship it off to Deartháir, his sled-cats will need food once he gets north of 60.

  9. Thrashy Avatar

    I will never be able to un-see this…

  10. muthalovin Avatar

    Mummy! Armed!
    Some say the Manta Montago is a death trap.
    This was the last person to call shotgun.

    1. engineerd Avatar

      Maybe it's the Accidental Mummy of Manta Montage?
      http://www.detroitsciencecenter.org/AccidentalMum

  11. CptSevere Avatar

    Gnarly. I'll bet freaks the shit out of whoever sees it in that parking garage. Put a family pack of pork chops under the car for olfactory realism.

  12. Tanshanomi Avatar

    Stop hating on the Montage. My inner child is crying.

  13. Alff Avatar

    This is why it's best to buy a car with a trunk.

  14. PFG Avatar
    PFG

    Looks like McCormick finally had enough of Hardcastle's bulls**t.

  15. Jo_Schmo Avatar

    The only thing this is missing is a string rigged to have George there flip the bird at people

  16. blueplate Avatar

    Nice yellow padded interior, too. In gray: is that a home-made, unrolled airbag?

    1. superbadd75 Avatar

      I think it's there to keep dead legs from falling into the floorboard and rolling under the seat. He's clearly already lost track of some of its limbs.

  17. Novaload Avatar

    Don't get excited. He's just molted hasn't had time to dispose of his husk.

  18. PowerTryp Avatar

    Well I'll be, I'd love to try to drive that thing but I fear I wouldn't fit in the door much less in the seat.

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