The most radical P.T. Cruiser in the world. It took me over five years to find someone that would chop my car while keeping all doors and windows intact, even the sunroof! But we didn't stop there. Everything on this car has been customized. The top has been chopped 7 inches in the front and 4 in the rear. The roof has been lengthened and widened. All window pillars have been widened. The hood has been lengthened. A wide body kit has been installed in the rear to accommodate large tires. The car has been lowered 2 inches in the front and rear. All lines and body jewelry as well as handles have been shaved. There is no visible window moulding anywhere on the car and the windshield has been embedded into the body. Exterior gas door and filler have been removed and rerouted inside the rear hatch. Tail lenses from a 56 Oldsmobile have been frenched into the rear. Custom front end from PTeazer with modifications to the lenses. Custom rear end with split exhaust coming through roll pan. The interior has a full suede leather wrap with all head rests removed and the seats reupholstered. We continued the split theme on the upholstery with the upper part of the seats, pillars and headliner in black and everything below in a light tan. The dash and steering wheel have been split painted to match the exterior. Small hot rod mirrors have been moulded in to replace the originals. All body seams have been filled. Fender wells have been finished off and painted body color. Old school split rear window. The car is painted molly orange below and black on top with a handpainted pinstripe between colors in medium silver that starts at a bit less than a quarter inch at the rear and finishes at a hairline at the front of the hood. Truly a work of art. Designed by J. Weidenfeld and Ray Newton. Built by Ray and crew at PTeazer.com.