I watched Top Gun with my 17 year old son the other day. Unless he's humoring me, it still holds up.
He was on the highway to the Dessert Zone.
I think that font is Eastern Bloc.
Cool can be logical.
I'd be tempted to shorten the Raptor and graft on a Bronco roof but, this works too.
Couldn't you lock the seat to the tire AROUND the top bar of a traditional bike rack?
Looking back on my comment from the original article, I said something similar. How you people put up with me remains a mystery.
That said, something rubs me the wrong way about a car with actual performance cred being considered an obscure muscle car when the poser version was so abundant. Maybe we need a category for such a hiding in plain sight sleeper.
I voted against it primarily because although survivors might be obscure, they seemed downright ubiquitous at the time.
I think another key would be to keep it off the radar of the JJ Abrams and Micheal Beys. Get Jay Leno or Jerry Seinfeld to fund it. Then at the end of the underdog moment, have Jay or Jerry come out in a cameo and offer him a ridiculous amount of money to open up his own shop and split everything 50/50. He agrees as long as he can hire his girlfriend (gotta keep the chicks happy).
I often find toddlers to be the most receptive audience for my ideas.