What happens when you take a perfectly good first-generation Miata and start grafting other car parts as disparate as the headlights from a Toyota Celica and a the rear clip of a1959 Cadillac? Well, you get this, the appropriately dubbed Bat Car. This one-of-a-kind includes fins from a 1959 Cadillac, 2003 Celica headlights, shaved door handles, and its own special VIN just for being so freakishly weird. Even though this car is almost completely stock underneath that unique exterior, we would never think of calling it a Miata now, and apparently neither does the state in which it was titled.

This would be the perfect car for scaring the neighbors around Halloween. We have to thank Mike for creeping us out this morning with this tip.

[Source: eBay]


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