Road-legal upside-down Chevy Camaro invokes wrath of homeowners’ association
You’ve got to love good ideas. At least, most people do.
Jeff Bloch managed to create an ‘upside-down car’ in Oakland, California – a Chevrolet Camaro shell upside down on top of a Ford Festiva.
It’s a crazy thing to look at. However, it’s proved a little too crazy for some people.
Despite Bloch making the car emissions-legal, the homeowners’ association in racing driver Dave Montoya’s local area – he’d borrowed the car from Bloch for an event – stated: ‘All Permitted Parking Areas shall be used solely for the parking of motor vehicles used for personal transportation.’ Essentially, it didn’t like the car and wanted it moved.
However, Montoya has been using the upside-down Camaro for just that – and it was even on the other side of the country at the time of writing, therefore providing a perfect means of personal transportation.
In response, Montoya told the association to go away – and is in the process of sending it a video of the car driving down the motorway, in case there was any confusion.
Some ideas can’t be stopped, right? Check out the video of this crazy invention below.
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