Owning a blinged-out Excalibur, Zimmer Golden Spirit, Stutz Blackhawk, or other Fat-Elvis-In-Vegas-style coachbuilt flashmobile is, by default, something of a guilty pleasure.
However, there's a certain ironic appeal to these cars that some
car lovers will appreciate.
Not your neighbors, mind you, but those cars just aren't wild and/or obscure enough for the purposes of this series.
But what if you could find a member of the BlingWagon family built in Japan, on a Nissan 240SX chassis, and what if that car made even the Blackhawk look subdued?
Yes, we're talking about the Mitsuoka Motors
Just look at it!
Sure, it might be a challenge to get one into North America and then register it for street use, though you might be able to do a FrankenNissan hack job using a La Seyde and an American-registered 240SX.
Naturally, my La Seyde will need SR20DET