Compact Gas Cover
Did you break off the hinge to your gas door? No worries! Just tape an old CD to your car; it will do the trick.
In One Door; Off With The Other
This guy attached a piece of plywood to his car in place of a broken door; seems secure. The slide lock totally makes this work though.
Speaking of locks, this guy is a genius! If your lock breaks, attach a thin padlock and NO one will be able to get in; right?
If your under carriage is starting to succumb to gravity, just reattach it with an entire case of cable ties, and you should be fine.
Windows Down or AC?
When this guys AC went out, he just added a window unit! Not quite sure how he keeps it powered, but at least it keeps the back of his neck cool!
I guess as long as you can see the road and other drivers can see you coming, you are good to go right?
More Pep in the Exhaust
When this exhaust system needed to be extended, the owner just added a Coke can. Most car parts are going aluminum these days anyway.
More Door Woes
This guy duct taped a bi-fold door to his pickup. There is no way he is falling out of that truck in an accident.
When this person's window was broken out, they just pulled Twister out of their kid's closet and made use of the large mat!
Tape Fixes Everything
Afraid your hood--that was damaged in a collision--will fly up while you are driving and block your vision? Just tape it down and go on your way.
Who needs those fancy leather seats when you have plastic lawn chairs? They really class up the car don't they?
You CAN Do It!
A Pringles can apparently makes for a great tube extension under the hood.
When this car was left with only three wheels, the owner just added a cart to help it hop along for awhile longer.
This guy did such a great job of insulating the replacement window that you can't even tell it doesn't match, right?
Get A Handle On Things
To be completely honest, I'm not really sure how this one is supposed to work. Good thing its on the passenger side!
Building Blocks of Maintenance
Plastic door handles are SO yesterday anyway. Might as well install a wood block; it's artistic.
Make sure that no condensation gets into that turn signal; cover it with a Jaeger cup...and duct tape.
If you can only afford one wiper, just rubber band a plastic spoon to the 2nd wiper to keep it from scraping your windshield.
Sun Protection and Reflection In One
That mirror-like surface of sunglasses finally came in handy for something other than resting your eyes while in a boring conversation. I wonder if objects are still closer than they appear...
This guy's glove box latch broke, so he added a buckle. Makes sense since: click it or ticket after all.