When you love planes and Chevy Trackers, as we speak’s your fortunate day as somebody has inexplicably mixed the 2.
Presently listed on eBay, this mannequin is billed as a one-off that’s half 1999 Chevrolet Tracker and half 2003 Cirrus SR22 airplane.
As you may see within the footage, the entrance of the ‘caroplane’ is simply a typical Tracker with a fake propeller speared although the bowtie emblem. Nonetheless, issues take a radical flip on the firewall because the rear of the SUV has been changed by the physique of a Cirrus SR22.
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The itemizing is mild on specifics, however it says the car is a 3 seater that options air-con and a backup digicam. It additionally has a PA system, sirens and seatbelts because it’s street-legal.
The itemizing doesn’t say what powers the mannequin, however it does point out a four-cylinder engine. It’s doubtless the Tracker’s unique 1.6- or 2.0-liter four-cylinder which had outputs 97 hp (72 kW / 98 PS) and 127 hp (95 kW / 129 PS), respectively. No matter what’s beneath the hood, it’s linked to computerized transmission which sends energy to a four-wheel drive system.
Whereas there’s no phrase on why this oddity was created, the vendor says it’s nice for promoting and taking to automotive exhibits. Additionally they mentioned it will get an “unbelievable response.”
The auction ends on Thursday and, as of this writing, bidding is at $6,766 (£5,289 / €5,805). Nonetheless, the reserve hasn’t been met.