And, judging by the post-crash imagine, only the nose of the Mitsubishi was affected. Even so, the guy decided to turn his ride into a Mad Max-style machine - perhaps some of you prefer to see it as a Death Race vehicle, but it probably makes no difference to the owner.
The guy likes to constantly work on his car and, as you can imagine, the Lancer has gone through various stages. Fortunately, he decided to lift the thing, so the whole fighting abilities thing now makes sense. As for the wheel-tire combo, we're dealing with 18x9.5-inch wheels shod in 255/55 rugged terrain-savvy rubber.
Whether it's the inner hood layer that now tops the engine compartment, the extra lights or the solar panel adorning the roof, you could probably spend a whole day talking about the custom elements on this man's Lancer.
He also installed a set of performance brakes and, given the manner in which he crashed his car, we totally understand this - not that you'd need a reason for a brake upgrade on your vehicle.
As for the cabin, the changes are considerably smaller compared to what we can see outside the car. We're dealing with goodies such as a sword handle-style shifter, a pair of Bride bucket seats and a custom steering wheel. However, we're sure things will also evolve in this area of the machine.
It seems the man does the work by himself, which means we're dealing with one of the most attention-worthy rolling DIY projects we've ever shown you. Check out the pics below, as we've also included images showing the Mitsu before the accident that changed everything.
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