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Image credit: Phillip Tracy
Image credit: Phillip Tracy

Sometimes you’ve just got to head to your local junkyard and have a seat in an Austin-Healey. This particular 1962 Sprite’s floor was so rusted-out that I could barely find a place to sit. My co-worker Jason Torchinsky has suggested that I step through the floor and attach some suspenders to the lightweight car and just wear it around as pants. It’s a great idea for a Halloween costume, I think.

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Sr. Technical Editor, Jalopnik. Always interested in hearing from auto engineers—email me. Cars: Willys CJ-2A ('48), Jeep J10 ('85), Jeep Cherokee ('79, '91, '92, '00), Jeep Grand Cherokee 5spd ('94).

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ibelle42
Give Me Tacos or Give Me Death

If you go with that Halloween costume, you could have someone else dress up as a Tetanus vaccine and make it a group thing.

Also, keep actual tetanus vaccines around, since I bet that thing would be a bit ungainly in a crowded party atmosphere.