The car enthusiast, who is a member of the U.S. Military, hated the car’s silver color. One evening, he let his wife doodle on a few scratches on the bumper, and when the sun came up and he saw her stunningly intricate and elegant drawings, they knew they had to forge on. While he worked on tuning the insides, she drew on the car.
After roughly 100 hours of work and several clear coats to protect the design, they had an impressively beautiful car that they had tuned up as a team! (x)
i swear i saw this like YEARS ago, why did it only resurface now ?
woahhhhhh hope he never sells that car
This is adorable and awesomeEvery single article about this car is wrong, the dude actually asked his wife to make a unique design since shes an art major and enjoyed making art. She would literally sit down in front of the tv with body panels and draw for hours. There was a build thread on a forum I used to be highly involved in. The car has since been parted out and is now sitting in a junkyard in southern japan with misc. R33 body panels. A couple of my friends have parts from this car. Its been long dead. Probably 2 years dead. I am surecan elaborate further, he knew the guy i am pretty sure.
Someone is falsely telling The Lost Birds’ story for views and article clicks.
This car is dead. The car was sold to a friend, got stripped and parted out, and what was once The Lost Birds BCNR33, is nothing more than a shell in a lot.
A bigger story would be The Lost Birds’ Rocket Bunny Sileighty, but people still associate that car with Skrappy.
Whatever. Collen seems like he could care less about what some internet fuckboy is saying about a car he hasn’t owned in a while.