• Meshed up- The strangest Beetle you will ever see

    VW Beetle

Yet another special for Beetle lovers. You have seen your favorite car taking on different avatars, a wide range of color schemes, shapes, attachments and modifications but I bet on my bottom dollar that you haven’t seen anything like this as such.

This Beetle owner thought about customizing his Beetle in a totally different way. He used the sheet metal of the car as a template and made another body welding strands of metal and the final result is terrific. Black paint should have made it look a lot better.

In terms of performance, the loss of weight should improve handling, braking, acceleration, and top speed, but is all of that of any importance in a theme car? What is even more so a useless bit of info is the enhanced engine cooling gained due to the free air-flow through the grills. I wouldn’t want to be the driver maneuvering through city roads on a rainy day though. Enjoy!


Source: Sense4Fun

Shrawan Raja
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  (526) posted on 09.30.2011

This new look of Beetle is really cool! smiley I must give the owner of this lots of compliments. He must be really genius! I want to try to drive this one. It seems that it is so refreshing!

  (858) posted on 11.21.2010

Look at this one. It is indeed so cool because of the transparent cover it had.

  (511) posted on 08.16.2010

Wire-frame isn’t bad... but not in cars, they’re disaster.

  (554) posted on 02.21.2010

Now there goes a way to mess up a perfectly ok car. Anyhow, it doesn’t look that bad. It looks good actually, artistic in so many ways. O well, I’m sure that if this thing gets auctioned, it will get plentiful of bids alright.

  (516) posted on 01.21.2010

I think this is the kind of Volkswagen Beetle that you’ll never use when raining. I will still go for the old beetle or the new convertible beetle.

  (31) posted on 07.12.2008

It looks like its made from the metal of a garden chair.

  (520) posted on 07.12.2008

that looks strange

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