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The Wacky Wagons Thread

Stinky Rooster

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Good to hear your alright Cy. Dale, Chuckie, Duncan, Hugh, Nick and Brendan are still about on the forum.

Someone's gotta appreciate this... genuine RX3 wagon. A mate of mine has a 13B bridgeport that does easy 9s. lol


RX3 Wagons are sexy as HELL!

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I stumbled across these piccies recently and thought they deserved a spot in this thread. The first two are from the 2012 Tokyo Auto Salon in January.




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Yep going by the google translations it definitely is a WC34. Apparently built by students of the Japan Automobile College.

Bentley is a custom wind Stagea.

Bentley seems amazing sense of weight! !

Hats off to ideas that seemed surprisingly Bentley Mira Gino rear tail lights.

Encountered in the local production of the test vehicle caravan (NATS)! !

I was allowed to be taken up close to our vehicle of NATS are known to be showcased in a custom car blowed-away car event every year.

Custom car had been exhibited at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2012 was a tremendous leave impressed with any degree of completion.

Stagea based in Bentley in the wind! !

Here is the individual based on the type Stagea WC34. The theme is, "Bentley station wagon are sold in the 20s limited world in the past, if you also ... If you are reselling" is.

There is some other interesting cars as well. Like this Soarer come DeLorean.




Not quite a wagon but definitely whacky. And definitely hats-off to the work that has gone into these.

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