When you need a chainsaw to start work on the interior of your car restoration, you know you’ve got your work cut out for you. This dude never flinches. Unlike a lot of these restoration projects, this guy really doesn’t have much in the way of tools. Or shoes. But he’s got Bondo and plenty of gumption. And now he’s got a bitchin’ Mercedes.
First, they made three-wheel cars. Now this? Just make our flying cars already. Everyone has been talking about having flying cars for years now. But no, you had to invent the Internet and smart phones. You don’t have to be dramatic and remove the wheels one at a time. You’re not playing Jenga. In fact, when I play Jenga, I get straight to the point. I take out every piece from the bottom at once. Surely, you can do the same thing with your cars. It’s not like you’ll get kicked out of every party like I do. You guys can party after you invent those darn hover-cars!
Seriously, though. Try my Jenga Strategy. It’s sheer genius.
I’m not gonna lie, The Citroen vehicle here looks pretty nifty, especially those headlights. But there’s one tiny problem with fixing it: Citroens are jam packed on the inside, probably because they’re so small. As you can see, the gang has trouble reinstalling the tent for the air supply, because they moved something out a mere inch. I’m pretty sure this isn’t just how Citroen makes their cars, either. I think it’s also how they do everything at Peugeot Citroen HQ: cram stuff in so you need less space. Employees would often jam stuff into their desk drawers. They even bought more clutter to cram into their desks if they didn’t have enough clutter. I mean, they were really committed to this business practice.
Unfortunately, Peugeot Citroen bought so much clutter for their offices that they almost went bankrupt and had to sell out.