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    Unique Lancers

    To "each his own".. but...




    2nd gen Lancer-boxtypes from the Philippines















    1st gen Lancer

    ..possibly from Indonesia..


    1st gen Lancer
    (From dog283's 1stgenlancer post)

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    dog283 posted:

    I had to hitch a ride with my Dad home today after leaving the Lancer unfinished in the factory. Dropped by my Sisters school where we saw this...

    A '76 2 door (Type LA) with Pizza Lancer (CK) Altezza-style tail lights grafted on...


    Not something new, I've seen it done before, but what drew me closer was the quality of the work. I'm not the biggest fan of this type of thing but it was well done... workmanship wise. Also grafted a new front end and CB Lancer door handles.

    Then I noticed a rather race themed interior... And it looks like a rather serious set up too with a bunch of kill switches..


    Then I noticed that there were disc brakes inside the rear wheels... BIG Disc brakes... and that the rear quaterpannels where very much flared...


    Which lead me to peek underneath...
    This makes my GT rear end swap look soft-core...


    Independent rear suspension for rear wheel drive!!! drool :worship: OK!
    I can't tell what car it's from... Evo maybe? or Eclipse? Didn't have the time to probe more, or to see if an equally hard core engine is under the hood h43r: But I did leave a note on the windshield to join the forum if ever the owner is interested. Looks like this is somebody we can learn a lot from B)

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    Front view
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    The dragon look a like one is one of the most terrible looking rides I have ever seen. :td: What a sad ending to a good car. :cry:

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    Lol....... This is my fav.

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    Possible new bosozoku trend? :mrgreen:

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    Re: Unique Lancers

    Quote Originally Posted by JunRaymond
    What is that? Rain forest camo? I hate to think of all the hundreds of extra pounds that poor car has to haul around.

    On the other hand, while I'm not overly fond of the bodywork on the black Lancer, the mechanical work seems very impressive. I'd love to know what's powering it.

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    Reminds me of those 'shrinky-dink" things you got in the cereal packet that you'd put in the oven and it would come out tiny and shrivelled. Although in this case it appears something threw up on it.
    A 320 ute, 2 roadsters, 2 1200's ...... & a Prince.

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    No thanks........ I'd rather ride a bicycle than be seen driving in that....... that.... that.....thing that have 4 wheels and an engine.


    the Cars are 100% imagination
    100% BONDO body Filler
    80 % Thick Shell Heavy type Fiberglass
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    Equals to 1000% Yuckyness :td:

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    Haha, I reckon the second one down almost looks alright! From the rear 3/4 view.

    Styling seems influenced by mercedes 190E race cars a bit.

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