Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Best Augmentation of a Honda Civic

Sighted this past Saturday, parked in Williamsburg on S. 2nd between Berry and Wythe:


Blogger Elizabeth said...

Walking in sub-zero temps in downtown Chicago today I had a sudden urge to find a sauna and a hole in an ice floe and, mmm, jump first into the latter and then the former. Perhaps this vehicle would sastisfy 1/2 of that desire? I think YOU should find OUT.


11:00 PM  
Blogger David said...

Mmm. Sub-zero. It hasn't even dipped here to sub-tolerable. Neither has it bothered to snow in broad daylight. It just sneaks around at night while most people are sleeping...

A sauna-car, now that would be pretty bad-ass, right? I did peek inside the back, and can affirm that a sauna it is not. I was a little disappointed to see that the roof was still intact. I'd imagined that it had been cut away entirely, leaving something like a bulbous cathedral ceiling. Alas, it's just a very elaborate compartment. The rooftop seems to have been covered in carpet or blankets or something, which would make it the perfect place to take a little nap were it not for the fact that it locks from the outside. So basically, it's the perfect place to store a sleepwalking narcoleptic on a road trip.

Were my mobi-cam a little more hi-qual, I'd have the pixels to prove it...

11:21 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

Not only is this the best augmentation of a Honda Civic, I'd argue that it's the only good augmentation of a Civic. That I've seen, at least.

2:42 PM  
Blogger David said...

Only good... hmm. Well, I would definitely say only good found in Brooklyn. If I ever meet the man who came up with the idea for the glass-pack, so help me god...

But there's gotta be other good mods for a Civic... antigravity drives enabling flight, the ability to spit fire from the headlights, oil slicks, gumball dispenser, etc.

6:28 PM  
Blogger Ben said...

Well, when I see the Back to the Future Spy Hunter Civic, maybe I'll reassess. But until then we still have to put up with the ground effect blue LED no-muffler pretenders.

7:40 PM  

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