Photo credit: Austin Lee Ingram via Car Scoops
At first glance, this may appear to be a Mad Max prop vehicle, but upon closer inspection, you’ll realize it’s a heavily modified XV10 (1991-1996) Toyota Camry. Rather than repaint the body of his vehicle, owner Austin Lee Ingram from Georgetown, Indiana, went for a rusted look, literally. Since the body probably isn’t fit for a standard body kit, license plates were used as fender flares, and to be honest, works out quite well.
Fortunately, there’s at least one piece of aftermarket equipment, the wheels. Take a look out back, and you’re greeted with a license plate spoiler that just works. Unfortunately, it may not be street legal since the side windows, the rear window and most of the roof, have been removed.
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