5 Kit Cars That Will Make You the Talk of the Trailer Park

Kit cars get a bad rap. Like mullets, they are often under-appreciated and misunderstood. It takes a brave, avant-guard thinker to re-imagine a used Honda Civic or Toyota MR2 as a $2 million supercar. Here, we present five kit cars that forever shattered the supercar mold:

The Veyronda

Blowing $2 million on a Bugatti Veyron doesn’t leave much money left over for celebratory Dom Perignon at Hooters. Instead, swipe right on this scissor-door equipped kit car based on a 1994 Honda Civic coupe.

Bugatti Veyron
Bugatti Veyron
The Veyronda
The Veyronda

The MR-2Fast 2Furious

Based on a Toyota MR2, this beastly kit car is mounted with an F40 style rear wing and comes equipped with some mad-max inspired styling. Equally ready for the racetrack, Monte Carlo casino, or zombie apocalypse.

Ferrari Enzo
Ferrari Enzo
The MR2-Fast 2-Furious
The MR2-Fast 2-Furious

The Lamborghini Nah-ventador

Lamborghini’s emblem features a bull, an apt symbol for this Chevy Camero kit car conversion. Unlike those pansy European sports cars, the engine is in the front...where it should be. Guaranteed to fool Jackie-Lynn from the local dive bar after 4 shots of tequila. 

Lamborghini Aventador
Lamborghini Aventador
The Nah-ventador
The Nah-ventador

The “Fun Size” Dodge Viper

Love the look of the Dodge Viper but don’t care for cars that are loud, fast, or use up a lot of gas? Boy, do we have a car for you! This Maza Miata kit car conversion has all the aggressive styling you crave with an engine that sips gas like a sorority girl drinking a Cosmo through a pink sippy straw. Just tell the guy next to you at the stoplight revving his engine that you're "not in the mood."

Dodge Viper
Dodge Viper
Now in "fun size"
Now in "fun size"

The Faux-rarri Testarossa

It doesn't get much more 1980s than a red Ferrari Testarossa. But if you don't have enough cocaine-stained Benjamins in your pastel-colored sport coat, the next best thing is this 1986 Fiero kit car. According to the owner, it's the "closest thing to being famous without the paparazzi drama." And who wants that?

Ferrari Testarossa
Ferrari Testarossa
Faux-rarri Testarossa
Faux-rarri Testarossa

5 thoughts on “5 Kit Cars That Will Make You the Talk of the Trailer Park

  • May 30, 2017 at 2:50 pm
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    There’s a reason Caterham has not fiddled with the core formula that makes up the Seven, it’s perfect.

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  • September 4, 2017 at 6:59 pm
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    I think the fact they have over 6,000 happy customers should clinch it for you, but if not, how about the $20,000 kit price?

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  • September 7, 2017 at 1:17 am
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    If you have already been bitten by the kit car bug, or you re thinking of taking the plunge, take a look at these, the best kits cars in the world.

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  • May 21, 2018 at 7:11 am
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