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Boutique car to match your Boutique bass

Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by tgriley62, Jan 15, 2014.

  1. That is a sweet looking car but I've seen it somewhere before. Oh yeah, it's called the Ford Mustang! They even went as far as almost calling it a Boss by only changing one letter!
  2. Technotitclan

    Technotitclan Lurking TB from work

    Mar 1, 2012
    Rochester, NY
    Is this the car company started by Will.I.Am? I'll admit it looks pretty good. And appreciate that they improved on the handling.
  3. tgriley62


    Jan 25, 2011
    S.E. Mo
    true. I wonder if putting a "Bass" logo on a "Boss" mustang will be as big of a discussion as a "Fender" logo on a certain bass. Yes, I know it isn't really a "Boss" mustang just having a little fun
  4. I'd really love to have a front wheel drive hybrid that looks like a badass muscle car, but I don't have the quarter of a million plus that it might require.
  5. sowilson


    Jul 5, 2013
    it needs tort wheels and Lake Placid Blue paint though
  6. Basicly a 68 Shelby with about 6 extra hours of fiberglass work done to it. Think they sold for around $6000. What a rip.
  7. Clouz

    Clouz The Ayatollah of Jack and Cola

    Jan 26, 2013
    i'll stick to a 70 chevelle and a p bass.

  8. mongo2


    Feb 17, 2008
    Da Shaw
    It looks like a '70 Mustang with the face of a '70 Satellite Sebring grafted on.
  9. fhm555

    fhm555 So FOS my eyes are brown Supporting Member

    Feb 16, 2011
    While it would never make it up my driveway so I'd have no use for one, I admire the attitude of it's builders who see opportunity in a climate where most are moaning about how bad things are.

    Kinda like the folks here locally who recently started up (from scratch) a new motorcycle brand. Don't know if it will ever take off, but it does my heart good to see people who still believe they have an idea worth throwing everything they have into seeing it to fruition.

    I realize that most startups don't succeed, especially manufacturing intensive efforts in America these days, but the simple idea that the optimism still exists to foster the desire to try it, is encouraging.

    Thankfully, all the end timers, chicken little, and "America is dead" types, have not managed to completely kill the spirit of this country, in spite of their relentless efforts to do exactly that.