Instead, the build looks like something out of a Mad Max movie - it's got a long nose (of course, that big ol' engine has to sit somewhere) and sits low to the ground, as if it wanted to put supercars to shame.
Oh, and let's not forget the chopping part, as the windows now resemble those found on military vehicles, being much shorter than they used to be. This obviously does quite a lot for the newfound appearance of the machine.
In fact, we've talked about the mechanical monster before and it seems that the project still needs a few steps before being taken out into the open to see purists running in fear (or anger, for that matter). Meanwhile, you can listen to its roar thanks to the piece of Instagram footage below.
Despite the ground clearance of the toy now being more fit for a go-fast machine, the wheels and tires still come with an offroad look, as if the car needed any more details that would split opinions.
Once again, we'll remind you that Danton Arts Kustoms, the shop being the build, isn't at its first project of the kind. For instance, the company is currently working on turning a Citroen 2CV into an iron beast, as we've recently shown you. Talk about lost innocence...
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