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NOT Aerodynamic

Gotta wonder what some people are thinking!  The submitter wrote: “Not sure what this started out as but the “airflow” part is made from plywood, plexiglass, plastic and spray foam”

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12 Comments to NOT Aerodynamic

  1. why is it that LAW ENFORCEMENT never seems to get involved with shit like this!! this is a clear SAFETY HAZARD and the owner is definitely OFF THEIR MEDS AND NEEDS HELP RIGHT NOW!!!!!!

  2. RONTHEWOLFMAN on April 22nd, 2011
  3. thats looks like the one here in michigan lol

  4. nailo on April 23rd, 2011
  5. nailo…..that pic is from the Menards in Bay City, MI. my boyfriend took it while he was shopping at Menards.

  6. Kathren on April 23rd, 2011
  7. That’s what you call someone trying to get the most mileage out their prius.. but I agree with the one poster… I wanna see the red flags and the wide load flags on that one LOL

  8. Mike MT on April 23rd, 2011
  9. spray foam to fill in the wheels?!?! what happends when you need to change tires? Dean Moon invented some hubcaps, or “Mooneyes” to increase the areodynamics of the wheels salt bed racers 60 years ago! This is why it’s frowned upon to introduce Meth to the mentaly handycapped.

  10. lowbred on April 23rd, 2011
  11. Hey it’s just the Prius that the famous troller “Again” is always bragging about.

  12. Jobe on April 25th, 2011
  13. Believe me, even in this crude form it’s still a lot more aerodynamic than what it started out as.
    It’s a Toyota Matrix, not a Prius BTW.

    Do you guys get 49 MPG – or even remotely close to that ?

  14. euromodder on April 26th, 2011
  15. There is no spray foam on the wheels.
    They’re just dirty pizza plates ;-)
    Screwed on, so they are fixed, yet removable.
    Hubcaps tend to fly off.

  16. euromodder on April 26th, 2011
  17. I get about 47mpg on my Honda Insight and it does not look like this POS.

  18. Jobe on April 26th, 2011
  19. Jobe, I’ll agree that an Insight looks a bit better. ;-)
    First generation Insight or the current model ?

  20. euromodder on April 26th, 2011
  21. Current model, and the wife drives a early civic hybrid.

  22. Jobe on April 30th, 2011
  23. so thats where my car went

  24. nathan on May 28th, 2011

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