This thing is pretty sweet. In the latest Autoweek. Was at the Tokyo Auto Salon. I believe the xB is available with AWD in Japan as well. Would be a super cool little city truck.
Quote » This miniature Chevy-truck replica is actually based on a Scion xB. Once the company created the custom rear pickup section, it finished off the body in a two-tone matte white and blue paint scheme. Completing the conversion are the "Moon Discs" for the wheels.
Modified by tgodbout at 10:37 PM 1-22-2009
almost looks like an old school c10 body chev
duh reading > me
I need to follow this... "Not everything you eat has to, or should, taste really f*cking awesome. Sometimes you need to eat 'boring' food to stay healthy.
Quote, originally posted by Art Vandelay » Grill and headlights look out of proportion, but otherwise very cool.
Sorta. It looks like the nose of a C-10 and the (somewhat distorted) proportions of an early Bronco.
Pretty neat! I could drive it. I'd love to see people's expressions!
Originally Posted by Boyz in da Park
Quote, originally posted by dunhamjr » almost looks like an old school c10 body chev
duh reading > me
Don't worry, you weren't the only one. Before I read all of it I was thinking "that's a really funky C-10" .
I'd love to have one of these though, give it minimal options and a quirky interior (not Honda quirky but Cube quirky) and it would be an awesome daily.
Bumping an older thread...
I was trying to find a picture... I think I remember seeing a second one of these converted bB/xBs, and I think I remember seeing two of them side-by-side. Anyone else remember that, or have the picture?
Another pic of the one above:
Cute, but not practical. It would be a nice coffin tho.
Also, I wouldn't recommend driving around a vehicle with the word "BLOW" on the back, it may attract unwanted Johns.
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If it was priced like an xB, yes it would.
its too bad most americans truck buying habits are bigger is better, a fleet version could be a hit though. could be parts runner for autoparts stores, menards rental trucks for people like me who try and fit 15 bags of mulch into a 95 cutlass (they do fit). majority of people think they would need bigger though.