I’m not sure if you’re familiar with the 24 Hours of Lemons races, but to be very brief the official site describes it as “A nationwide series of endurance races for cars that cost $500 or less.” That $500 includes the purchase AND building costs. The entries are very interesting, the teams are hilarious, and the whole deal raises money for charity. So now that you’ve got a run-down on the competition, let’s see just how far you can stretch that $500 budget with a bit of know-how, a lot of had work, and a sense of humour. This frankenstein hatch-back started out life as a Geo Metro (a.k.a. Suzuki Swift to my fellow countrymen, hence the title), which was gutted and then had it’s rear end violated by some Ford V6 goodness from a Taurus donor car, awesomeness ensues.
Edit: Updated image…
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6 thoughts on “One very Swift lemon”
Awesome 🙂 I kinda wish LeMons racing would come to Australia, I’d love to be involved in a car build – it looks like awesome fun to build for and compete in 🙂
Just saw this beast on jalopnik.com. Pretty sweet. If you need another SHO motor with I have a 92 3.0 with 60K on it you are welcome to have. I am in central missouri. Send me an e-mail and we can work something out.
I agree James, I wish it came here too, it’s the perfect excuse to get a few mates together and have some fun (and a lot of laughs) on the track.
Thx for information.