Chrysler Groozer: Customized PT-Cruiser with Suicide Doors and Split Rear Window

Over the years we’ve seen all sorts of customized Chrysler PT-Cruisers but admittedly, this ‘old school’ ride managed to capture our attention. The owner of the PT-Cruiser has put a serious amount of (body) work into the car that has been renamed to ‘Groozer’.

Among many other mods, the owner fitted a pair of suicide rear doors, a custom made rear end with split rear window and unique LED tail lamps, and reworked fascia, hood and C-column.

The PT-Cruiser also features an air suspension system and a sliding canvas ragtop while it rides on 18-inch front and 20-inch rear ‘wire’ wheels.

As you can see in the photo gallery below, the project is still in the works with the owner of the car noting that in the next phase he will concentrate on the Groozer’s interior.

Via: Cardomain

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