If you ever have the opportunity to travel to Richland, Washington, you may stumble across a Ford Fiesta that is truly unlike any other.
This bizarre Ford Fiesta appears to have been roaming the streets of Washington for over 8 years when images of it first surfaced on Reddit. More recently, it was also snapped in Richland and if you jump onto Google Maps and look at a parking space near Howard Amon Park in Richland, you’ll see that the very same Fiesta is there.
As standard, the Ford Fiesta is a small car, particularly in two-door guise. Evidently, the owner of this particular Fiesta wanted one that was even smaller, similar in size to a Smart ForTwo.
While it is hard to say for certain if it indeed started out life as a normal Ford Fiesta, one social media user suggests the owner may have cut out the middle section of a Fiesta and welded the rear section back on. The result is a vehicle that looks like it has a wheelbase of about 3.5 feet and an overall length of probably not much more than 6 feet.
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One of the most intriguing aspects of the car is the fact that the roofline at the front doesn’t match up with the roofline of the rear, resulting in a small hump between the two. Found on this bump is a sticker that reads Carleigh, presumably the name of the owner.
For as bizarre as the car is, we can’t help but think of how unsafe it is too. Getting rear-ended while behind the wheel could be disastrous and given that the Fiesta was probably modified in a garage or a shop, it would probably suffer some serious damage in even the most minor of crashes.
Photos Reddit (u/NationYell)