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The Sartorially Influenced Car Mod Thread

post #1 of 7
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Yes, this is a silly idea for a thread, but I came across this picture and thought it was interesting:



Then I got to wondering if this car belonged to anyone here, if members had done any modifications to their car in the name of clothing, or if anyone has any brilliant ideas they've wanted to implement.
post #2 of 7
That would be a cool mod for a traveling tailor/trunk show tailor's business vehicle
post #3 of 7

Yes.  Otherwise it's just a car with no rear view for someone who likes dressing in public. :D

post #4 of 7

It needs a bed in the back with a mini-bar.  I might stop short of a mirrored disco ball, but would't hesitate to add machineguns and a grenade launcher.

 

 

 

Note:  Laws vary from state to state.  Please consult the AAA Digest of Motor Laws before considering the purchase of a mirrored disco ball.

post #5 of 7
RichKidsofInstagram?
post #6 of 7
In my last P38a I had a fridge, cooler, propane grill and a mini bar. Folding chairs, blanket and umbrella. We could pull over and tailgate anywhere and was great for those road trips. But I guess that has nothing to do with clothing.
post #7 of 7
my sartorially influenced car mod is a wooden hanger on the rear passenger grab handle. it bangs against the window under hard cornering mad.gif
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