Careful you don't overboost and blow a seal while you're sitting on the can.
We've seen all kinds of automotive components being used as home decorations and sculptures.
How about some more practical applications of car parts that people use on a day-to-day basis in their homes?
I'll start with this brilliant example:
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(VW)'s I've retired: '69 Type 2 Panel, '88 Scirocco 8v, '89 Scirocco 16v, '92 GTI 16v, '91 Jetta VR6, '00 Audi A4, '94 Passat Wagon, '59 Type 2 Single Cab,'67 Type 2 Double Cab...
Reminds me of all those independent auto parts stores with piston ashtrays and mechanics who use car bench seats for waiting room furniture.
For years, we had a Christmas tree self-waterer that my dad built out of our old Chevrolet's coolant overflow bottle and auto tubing. To keep it from being too ghetto, Mom made a fake giftwrapped box to cover it.
I'm pretty sure this belongs to TCL member DedRok.
Also this thread is awesome. In for more.
Are all camshafts hollow though?
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