An 80s Honda Civic becomes a 7.0 V8 powered pickup. Her new look does not make her go unnoticed!
In the 80s, the Honda Civic was in its third generation and adopted the codes of the current decade. Its tapered design gives it the appearance of a small hunting station wagon.
The front and rear bumpers give pride of place to plastic. Under its hood, there were brave 4 cylinders more or less sporty.
But even if you are not a fan of the Japanese productions of those years, there is little chance that this copy will leave you indifferent!
Indeed, fans of welding and mechanics have tinkered with the Honda Civic to make a totally unique model.
The roof of the rear part has been completely cut out in order to la transformer en pick-up. A hoop was still installed to preserve rigidity. But the handymen did not stop there. Indeed, the space freed up at the rear is not in vain. There is indeed a large V8 which replaces the old block previously placed at the front.
According to the information given, this V8 would come from an Oldsmobile Toronado appeared in 1966. This competitor of the Cadillac Eldorado is, to this day, the most powerful traction of the automobile production.
Its V8 with a displacement of 7 liters delivers a power of 390 hp. There is plenty to do on the frail Asian city dweller.
It is not explained where the power is sent (front or rear wheels). But seen the widening of the rear axle, chances are it has become a propulsion.
Whatever the case, there is a good chance that the driving of this hybrid device will be explosive!
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