NOT MINE 2002 Intrepid/Fury

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CHRISTINE MEETS BATMAN | Classic Cars | Edmonton | Kijiji

Well, this is what you do to a family owned Chrysler Intrepid with extremely low kms that had faded paint and was starting to lose its' clear coat. You give it a new look. I combined a 2002 Chrysler Intrepid with fenders/quarter panels/hood/trunk lid/bumpers/grill/lights from a 1958 Plymouth Fury/Dodge Regent. If you know the movie "Christine", that had the same 1958 Fury in it. So after combining the two vehicles, and giving it a matte black wrap, it kinda has the look of Batman's family car, Batmobile. I called it a Ratmobile cuz it is a rat rod of sorts. The Intrepid is in "like new" condition. Was extremely well cared for. No accidents. Insurance inspection done. Regular synthetic oil changes. Tires have approx 3000 kms on them. Interior is mint...9.9 out of 10. Has all options, fully loaded, for that year that Chrysler Intrepids had. 3.5L V6 24 valve engine. Upgraded factory 8 speaker stereo with equalizer and 400 watt subwoofer in the trunk, 6 disc CD changer, full size spare, Viper remote start, sunroof. Licensed and insured as a 2002 Intrepid. Drives like a brand new one. It has been professionally appraised at 15,000. Appraisal and build album included with sale. I am taking offers. If interested, contact me. No trades. No solicitors, I do not need help to sell this car.

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Given that your Intrepid was a very low miles original, I would have definitely been interested in it before the transformation. Those looked pretty nice to my eyes, much better than the comparable bulbous looking googly eyed Chrysler models.

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What are the chances a half blind guy finds a completely blind appraiser to value the car he tried to customize???:wtf:
Normally I’d say only in Florida…:lol:
 
Crapmobile is more like it. I'm digging the fuel door.... what craftsmanship.

Either the appraiser was blind as Matt said or this guy added an extra zero or two.
 
I just read about this car, or rather the Dodge donor car.

The donor car was a pretty decent vehicle and really should not have been cut up for this monstrosity. Somebody grabbed the car, and with another donor, this time a rusty parts car, rebuilt the donor car.
 
I hope the seller is a drunk, pothead, cokehead, and a meth head, the only way to explain this POS monstrosity existing.
 
WTF is up with that fuel door/toolbox lid? What looks to be a decent job of doing a mash-up on two cars, is seriously handicapped by that big-***, square lid-thing. I half-expected to see a big hasp with a padlock on it there! WOW! This actually has potential to be a decent-looking car. Dunno if I'd have the stones to actually drive this, but I'm not going to rip it a new a$$hole, in the process.

You guys up North...are you all breathing in high concentrations of CO2 over the Winter? I've seen some really odd Winter car videos on YT from Alberta and Saskatchewan that make me go "hmmm...!"
 
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CHRISTINE MEETS BATMAN | Classic Cars | Edmonton | Kijiji

Well, this is what you do to a family owned Chrysler Intrepid with extremely low kms...
This advert would be good for our
Thread for Craigslist morons (works for Kijiji, too).
I hope the seller is a drunk, pothead, cokehead, and a meth head, the only way to explain this POS monstrosity existing.
Definitely someone who shouldn't be allowed to use welding equipment, sharp objects, etc.

A suggested vanity plate for this car: BAD TRIP
 
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