Unless people go around calling you “Your Eminence”, odds are you won’t be interested in purchasing something like this modified 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser, with a stagecoach of sorts embedded into its rear end.
Also, funny how some 200 years ago, people were building better roads to allow for faster stagecoach transport, whereas now, the automotive and tech industries are focused on turning us into full-time passengers once again, with the advent of autonomous vehicles.
While something like the PT Cruiser would probably would have to go back in time 200 years in order to feel appreciated, this particular one is quite a unique proposition.
It features a bespoke, longer wheelbase with a massive rear end cabin. Inside there are two bench seats and enough room for somebody to even stand up straight, although we would advise against that if the car is on the move, for obvious reasons.
Aside from the fact that it’s up for sale on Autoplius for €32,000 ($36,383), we can also tell you that this contraption is powered by a 2.0-liter 140 HP petrol engine and features an automatic transmission and air conditioning. According to the ad, the car is located in Estonia.
There’s no doubt that someone spent a lot of time, and money, to turn Chrysler’s oddly retro hatch into… well, something even less charming. So, we would like to wish them good luck with finding someone willing to part with $36k for it.