U-Haul's are designed for furniture and junk. They're not designed to transport Honda Civics. That didn't stop these brain surgeons from setting up a ramp and trying to make it happen. NSFW language.
Let's say you've snagged a rolled Subaru WRX for $1,950 Canadian and you have a Honda Civic you're bored with. Why not chop both up, lay the Civic body on the WRX frame and create an AWD, boxer-powered Hondabaru?
If we learned anything from An Inconvenient Truth, it was that environmentalism starts at home. It's in that spirit that we present the Aerocivic, a 1992 Civic CX with a super low coefficient of drag courtesy of extensive aeromodding. After about 250 hours of work and $400 in supplies, this boattailed Civic achieved a…