For the automotive collector looking for something truly unique, here it is; a rolling staph infection. This car is a convergence of worst-ofs compounded by a customization apparently overseen by Huggy Bear. 1980s front-drive Cadillacs
might be charitably described as bargains, though the first repair
bill for the grenade masquerading as an engine called the HT4100
will change the adjective to worthless. How much would you pay for a cast-off Caddy
with a hot tub in back, a beak cribbed from an '80 Grand Prix
, and a bleak future in terms of appreciation? The reserve has yet to be met at $2500
, and we wonder what unrealistic number the seller's decided upon. Why would you even do this? It reminds us of a Steak-Ums commercial from the late '80s or early '90s with a separated at birth premise, but we doubt this car has any showbiz history. Likely, it's just a curiosity, possibly the result of a coked-up customizer without any good
cars to use. Hey, it was the '80s, what more can you say? Thanks for the tip, Josh!