The Impala Necklace Is So Tacky It Hurts

This piece of sustainable auto-badge jewelry is made from the emblem of a late 50s/early 60s Chevy Impala. It's the perfect gift for your ecologically-concerned muscle car girlfriend. But how much?

There are only two of these available and they'll cost you a steep $155.00 before shipping. What makes this "sustainable jewelry" is the junkyard sourcing of the emblem, as opposed to mining or manufacturing a new one from scratch.

Though we find it to be a touch on the trashy side, we think it'll give automakers some way to make a little money off any unsold cars during the Carpocalypse. How do you think the new Impala logo would look on an ankle bracelet? Or a Toyota badge hair clip?

[Hi Octane Jewelry]