Halved FSO Polonez Is Another Internet Oddity

Remember that widened classic Austin Mini with seating for six? Well, this FSO Polonez has went through some chopping of its own.

Instead of adding more metal, though, its owner ended up removing about half of it, and then joining the remaining bits together, which resulted in a narrowed cross-eyed old sedan that can sit two people in tandem.

Now, this is where normally we would tell you about the modified axles, and how the owner managed to add an engine into that cramped space under the bonnet. However, the truth is that we’re left scratching our heads, as the images posted by HowNotToDesignACar provide no background info on this weird project.

Still, if this old Polonez has opened your appetite for a modern car with tandem seating, then you should check out the Renault Twizy, and while you do so, don’t forget to select additional door panels and side windows from the options list.

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  • Obsequious Lickspittle

    That thing needs training wheels.

  • Finkployd

    Put this in a museum

  • KW

    It was made for promo of Top Gear Live in Poland.

  • FUNNY.
    IMPRESSIVE WORK.

  • OdysseyTag

    It seriously hurts my eyes – like looking at an optical illusion from the front especially.

  • psiqtas

    Must be real exciting while cornering…

  • Blade t

    Crazy,, looks like a photoshop….

  • It was probably for the owner of this house. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Keret_House How else is he going to park his car?

  • Marcos Drawer

    It works?

  • Bash

    Why?

  • Rami Khoury

    it looks like a really bad optical illusion. and yes that thing would tip over at any speeds over 20mph

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