In his seminal work on what humans find attractive about babies and juvenile animals - A Biological Homage to Mickey Mouse (pdf) - Stephen Jay Gould implies that it's the proportion of head to body size that is key. At the other end of the spectrum, today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe custom combat caprice has cartoon-sized tires, but will its presentation and price prove to be just too mickey mouse?
With an 88% Crack Pipe loss, there was little attraction to yesterday's jet fighter wannabe 280ZX. And, while most of you weren't that impressed with its whirlybird engine, you did ROFLCOPTER for its bullet bra frontal aspect. If that car was channeling the Air Force, it's only fair that we give at least one other branch of the service their fair shake today, and hence we give you - the faux turreted and meatball tired 1988 Chevy Caprice.