Maximum Wedge: Triangular Custom Is GM Retiree's Ride

It's got three windshield wipers, interior fabric made of royal-blue bathroom rugs, and a windshield banner that reads "Wedge." No, it's not a Pontiac Aztec bisected at one of its acute angles; it's a roadster, custom-built by a now-retired GM designer. The guy fabricated it in the late 1970s from dozens of GM office supplies, including a Buick V8, installed midship. It only cost $500 to build, but these days it's worth at least that, if not more. [Thanks to Omer for the tip.]

Wedge' is GM retiree's creation [AZ Nightbuzz]

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