Reader’s Ride of the Week: Not Your Mom’s Minivan

This thing may look like a simply lowered people carrier. However, it’s actually something way more awesome. In an effort to make the ultimate sports van for our $2016 Challenge, Sean Wagoner grafter this Chevy Lumina shell on top of a Pontiac G6 GTP. The end result is spectacular. Sean was successful in his objective and claimed first place in the “Soccer Mom Challenge,” the special class just for minivans at the $2016 Challenge. You can read all about this Frankenstein build right here.

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pinchvalve
pinchvalve MegaDork
10/11/16 12:02 p.m.

Frankenstein's Monster was built from body parts of people who were dead, and this was made from parts of Pontiacs...a brand that is dead. Fitting. They did leave out one image from the build log though:

pinchvalve
pinchvalve MegaDork
10/11/16 12:14 p.m.

I'm sure when it fired up for the first time, there was a lot of...

ShawneeCreek
ShawneeCreek Reader
10/11/16 2:41 p.m.

Reader's Ride of the Week! Awesome.

pinchvalve wrote: Frankenstein's Monster was built from body parts of people who were dead, and this was made from parts of Pontiacs...a brand that is dead. Fitting. They did leave out one image from the build log though:

I love the photoshop, and the name (Vanenstein).

Yes there was much celebration when it started up the first time

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