Rubber Car Makes You Tired Just Looking At It

Those interested in modifying their cars generally either look to improve their vehicle’s looks, its performance or both. The owner of this car has done neither and left us with so many unanswered questions.

We stumbled upon this wild creation on Reddit and while no specific details about it are known, it wouldn’t look out of place on the set of Predator, Alien or Mad Max.

The entire exterior of the sedan has been adorned in what appears to be recycled tires cut up into a variety of shapes to potentially mimic the skin of a crocodile or alligator. Even the front bumper has been overrun by rubber teeth while the roof has a ‘spine’ completed with triangular bits of used tire.

There’s no way this car would be legal to drive on U.S. streets leaving us to hope that it has been created for a movie and will be sent to a car graveyard after its duties are done.

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  • Six Thousand Times

    You’ve not heard of “Art cars,” Brad? I’m not saying that they truly are art but they are a known thing. Good headline, though. Something, something burn rubber.

    • thunder bolt

      “art car”? why not just cut the rubber into dragon scale, that would make it a true art. This is more like trash art.

  • TheBelltower

    Drive it to the Black Rock Desert in August and light it on fire. it’ll burn all week long!

  • Sébastien
  • Six_Tymes

    waste

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