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Need Some Babes? Buy This Modified Toyota Previa

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Modified toyota previa

The modification in progress

The type of car you drive says a lot about you. If, for example, you tool around town in a sporty convertible, you’re sure to draw more attention than if you rely on a so-so sedan.

But if you live in or around Front Royal, Virginia, you could be the proud owner of one of the most unique vehicles to ever grace the road—a “babe-catching” Toyota Previa.

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The Previa is a rather dull minivan that was discontinued in the US after the 1997 model year. But Tom, a resident of Front Royal, transformed his 1991 Previa into a sporty convertible with flames and a race number on the side. The vehicle is currently for sale on Craigslist for the low, low price of $150 ($100 if you don’t want the battery). Tom is very honest about the car’s shortcomings—it has a leaky head gasket, and overheats in about 15 minutes—but claims it’s a real “babe-catcher.”

Tom’s claim isn’t unwarranted. In his post, he links to a YouTube video that shows the story of the Previa’s customization.  The video, “How to make a BABE CATCHER (out of your Toyota PREVIA)” goes along with Tom’s other videos, such as “How to get rid of toenail fungus,” “How to make a banjo with your riding mower,” and “How to clap with one hand.”

In it, you can witness the amazing transformation that turned the vehicle from this:

toyota previa minivan


Into this:

babe-catching toyota previa


You can also watch some ladies’ opinions about Tom change just by seeing him take his Previa for a spin. The video speaks for itself, so I won’t give too much away. Watch it for yourself, and then please, for the love of God, buy this vehicle.

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    Catherine Hiles is a native Brit currently based in Dayton, Ohio. Don't ask how that happened. Cat has written about a variety of subjects, from dog training to fashion, and counts running and cooking among her hobbies. Cat lives with her husband, Ben; their daughter, Rose; and their collection of animals, including an energetic mutt, an elderly basset hound, and a jerk cat. See more articles by Cat.