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Very shiny, very tall cars......

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Ugh...Good Grief !

This one is polished stainless steel.

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Edited by Joker

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I am so sorry you can't un see something! Why oh why would you do that?!? :blink::blink:

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Imagine the shame those cars must feel.......sorta like the first day at a new school and your mom dresses you up. I'd like to look into the psyche of the guys that think those are "cool".

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The only good thin about wheels that big is that they make and car slower so mr four banger can pas you

Kuz those rims are prob close to 70 pounds each

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Too much money not enough brains!!!!!! I bet every rap star will have one.

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You forgot to mention "very ugly" in your topic title.

BTW... how do they do that shiny plated look? It's not paint, is it?

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Ugh...Good Grief !

This one is polished stainless steel.

Ford_StainlessSteel1936.jpg

e2228f6180cdaed745716b99d3305def.jpg

This I kind of like, dont know why, maybe it has to do with the AZ plate on it :lol:

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The Delorean was far from the first car to be made from stainless steel. That 36 Ford is actually the real deal. The body is entirely made of stainless steel. Stamped in 1936 by Allegheny Ludlum Steel in conjunction with Ford Motor Company. They made 6 of them. They also made 2 1960 T-birds and 3 1966 Lincoln Continental convertibles out of stainless as well. Apparently so very few of these cars were made because the dies were destroyed during the stamping process due to the stainless steel being so much harder to stamp than regular steel.

Read the details here: http://www.squarebirds.org/stainless_steel_cars.htm

Pics of the 1936 Tudor sedan: http://www.squarebirds.org/stainless36ford/index.htm

Pics of the 1960 T-bird: http://www.squarebirds.org/stainless60tbird/index.htm

Pics of the 1966 Lincoln: http://www.squarebirds.org/stainless66lincoln/index.htm

Less well known but also made of stainless by the same company was a 1931 Model a Tudor sedan. No firm details seem to be clear as to exactly how many were made but only one (or parts thereof) has surfaced.

Pics and details here: http://www.fordgarage.com/pages/1931stainlesstudor.htm

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Ugh...Good Grief !

This one is polished stainless steel.

Ford_StainlessSteel1936.jpg

e2228f6180cdaed745716b99d3305def.jpg

This one seems ok to me

Edited by Skydime

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And I would just like to be there when this guy pulls in and asks to get his wheels and tires balanced. :lol: I really hope thats just some kind of "spinner" mounted to those wheels.

Edited by Skydime

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