That’s the name of an old man.
An old and round Asian man.
Only Nuckin’ Futs would drive an orange car…with a wing in the back.
Windows in the “you-have-the-right-to-pull-me-over” tint.
In the land of the California Highway Patrol. LAPD. LACS.
They love Nuckin’ Futs…a lot.
Why is that?
Polished Roushcharger with polished 2.57″ Carmen pulley; 505 HP VMP tune
Roush Cold Air Intake
PVD Black Chrome Moroso tanks and valve covers
Car stops on a yen. Wilwood six-pistons with 14″ slotted and cross-drilled rotors and “Red Stuff” pads with fat Yokohama S.drives
Nuckin’ Futs gets to sit on full six-way power and HEATED leather seats…as does Nuckin’ Futs’ little girl on the way to school…
…while looking at Jack Roush’s signature in front of her.
Before the before the “Before the Boo Boo” Now look. You got it, yes?
Before the “Before the Boo Boo” Now look. Nuckin’ Futs behind the wheel. Only four of these body kits were in the US; the other three were on show cars.
Before the Now look
The Now Look
Just for fun – anyone see “Cars”? See ya.
A summary of the larger mods for gear heads
15 thoughts on “Nuckin’ Futs”
So, this is your hobby now! That’s the cleanest engine we have ever seen 😀
Well, its not my hobby per se. I just grew up with cars… its not a “show car” either as I commute daily in it. Lots of fun. 🙂
That is quite evident. Good to hear you use it daily – we’re sure the engine appreciates it.
Wait a minute…. If that’s YOUR car then that means you are Nuckin’ Futs!!!!!
It all makes sense now!
Yes… Busted! That first picture of me is small as it’s a mug shot. 🙂
Okay, like I don’t have to go back and check that now! 🙂
I think that mug shot is an imposter. How many identities do you have good sir?
‘Tis I, me Lady. Round belly, funny ears to listen to thy commands and cat-like eyes to read thy Holy Words on this here blog. Oops. That there last part was Iowa speak. 🙂
YOu make me chuckle! I like those funny ears and round belly. They are quite adorable. But how do I know you didn’t use a picture of someone else???? People are known to do that you know. And Iowa speak is totally acceptable. 😉
nice car! buckwhat want!
You will need to talk with Nuckin’ Futs about that.
I can appreciate this car on several levels, an old mechanic being one. Drive a Mustang myself – a much more sedate edition, tho – V6 Std. 2000 convertible, first one I owned. Gotta love them Pony cars – miss the days when I could work on one. Enjoy! Drive in style – and keep your eyes on the road. 🙂
You were a wrench turner too?
A very expert wrench turner. Quite literally taught to rebuild EVERYTHING down to making my own nuts and bolts – or honing a cylinder; diagnosing hydraulics & air – et ALL. Turns out I have a photographic mind for “it” (technical fact/detail). Taught mechanics, too as part of my stint in the Marine corps. Multifuel, diesel, gas, 2 stroke, 4 stroke, electric, 4×2,4×6, heavy equip, 20 ton – transmission rebuild, electrical rebuild – 6 years of school plus 5th Echelon in the Marine Corp (top of the line).
Yeah – I’m good. Just out of date – got tired of cussing the engineers and went and joined them. My mechanics knowledge is what got me through that school – and leading the class again (Dean’s List Grad, only one out of 90 . . .)
But I’m out of the trade now. Got a nice shop with tools, tho’ – a bit outdated, like me, LOL!!