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Old Comments:

2009-01-20 10:35:17
It's a "Hot Rod" version of a 1925 Volvo built by "Caresto"not Volvo. It is also "blue" not "black". It is built in the style of a "Lakes Modified",a "T-Bucket has no hood and a shortened pickup box.
2008-04-17 05:16:03
Obviously you folks have never seen a T-Bucket, a very common American Hot Rod, this is simply a T-Bucket with a fake logo.
2008-03-16 03:33:01
It reminds me of a coffin... I'd never buy one, although it looks ok :P
2008-03-14 01:24:07
howcome concept cars are always ridiculously over the top and ugly, it looks like a bloody shoe for fucks sake
2008-03-14 01:18:36
love it !!
2008-03-13 20:54:39
Still more advanced than most American cars lol
2008-03-13 20:50:35
Pretty cool...maybe it has hydraulic suspension
2008-03-13 08:14:58
You guys are nuts, this car is great. Please, please make this car.
2008-03-13 07:28:09
Nothing really new in this one, it's what Henry Ford would have done with today's technology. Even the colour is his style - 'You can have any colour you like, as long as it is black'.
2008-03-13 03:16:51
just not nice at all
2008-03-13 02:02:31
It's a "concept" car. That means it's never going to be in production, it's been a plaything for the boys in R+D to use up a budget underspend but looks good at auto shows. Then again, maybe there's an autosensor which recognises bumpy road surfaces and turns the curvy axles around by 180o - thereby clearing the bumps :o)
2008-03-13 01:42:40
It looks like a 1930's design by someone with little understanding of the realities of road surfaces. Perhaps he 'thought' that all roads were made of steel plate and were perfectly flat. Look how close the body is to the ground!