Oh, this is great. I now can't decide between a park bench and an ironing board. Perhaps since the board has already been done, I'll just put on a park bench.
These are some pretty good ideas, but it'* a shame there aren't any interior pictures. Since most ricers are stock inside, this one would be hard. Also, I like the duck call idea. Can I get a heat resistant duck call? If I can get a heavily damaged, oversized catalytic converter, that would be fantastic. Advanced Auto Parts sells $20 mufflers, so I'll see between that, stock, and junkyard (80'* Dodge truck).
I'm glad to see this is catching on pretty well. At first I thought few here would like the idea and the others would tell me to keep the money for the Bonneville. I assure you the Bonneville will not be neglected.
I will need one of those towing setups and a heavy duty vehicle. I want to be one of those guys you see on the highway towing his car to a race. Unfortunately, it will be a ridiculous rice burner.
I'll definitely have to invest into some printing for the windows and car body. Primarily, I'll need to put together all the body panels before the emblems of course. It really shouldn't look like I've tried to make it suck, but in the same regards it should not look as if I'm trying for excellence.
Lastly for this post, thanks for the scoop ideas. I shouldn't need a hood scoop because of the carburetor, so I'll put backward scoops right above the headlights. Roof scoops are good, and (fake) ducting from them to the trunk/rear brakes/front brakes should happen, but I'm not sure if it would hide most of the other stuff I have planned.