Crazy, Cool, Riced out, Ridiculous cars, bikes, etc.

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Crazy, Cool, Riced out, Ridiculous cars, bikes, etc. Crazy, Cool, Riced out, Ridiculous cars, bikes, etc. These little beasties are street legal. Great idea for old bumper cars. Everybody loves riding the bumper cars. Not that I would know anything about friends. But enough sympathy for the lonely, pathetic blogger. Flickr user MR38 has a nifty photoset of bumper cars modded into street legal mini cars (complete with real license plates.) This has got to be the coolest thing I’ve seen in years. One of the best posts ever. I would say he is pug crazy. This would be my neighbor Leah if she had more then two pugs. This has to be the most funniest and cutest thing ever. Have you ever seen a Dog Meowing like a Cat?
No doggy doors for my house for this reason.. Made me laugh SO HARD. Jeez some of these are scary. Sometimes life bites you in the ass. Little boys are the same all around the world. Arguing with idiots and crazy people .., Oh my gosh, that is the truth. Yarn Bombing with a twist. This is what i want. I wanna do this to someone.

This is so my pet peeve. Crazy, Cool, Riced out, Ridiculous cars, bikes, etc. Hahaha xbla car that way he car. Location: In the Fail Zone.

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These little beasties are street legal.
They run on either Kawasaki or Honda motorcycle engines and co-opt vintage bumper car bodies into the most awesome form of mini-car seen in too long.
There are seven of these little monsters floating around California and they’re all the creation of one man, Tom Wright, a builder in San Diego who figured the l A couple have been measured as capable of 160 MPH, which is terrifyingly fast in machines with such a short wheelbase.

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They run on either Kawasaki or Honda motorcycle engines and co-opt vintage bumper car bodies into the most awesome form of mini-car we’ve seen in too long.
There are seven of these little monsters floating around California and they’re all the creation of one man, Tom Wright, a builder in the outskirts of San Diego who figured the leftovers of the Long Beach Pike amusement park needed a more dignified end than the trash heap.