Well that is one way to fix it and without the use of duct tape. I would say someone paid attention in shop class. I like how you added the car emblem to the wood, kudos!
Looks like they’ve released the 2011 Prius Poplar featuring the sustainable rear-section body cladding, harkening back to a 1931 Model A Woody.
all priuses should be sold like that
Got to Commend this one.It’s probaly a good enough car but not worth fixing out of pocket.Why not add a little imagination and skill and have fun with it.Beats walking or Car payments a long way.
This is the older version of BORG Technology before they got into Electronics and metal-to-organic material assimulation.
Oh, you KNOW I am right!!
Way to make a “green” car greener!
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This Prius is definitely NOT eco-friendly. SO MANY DEAD TREEES. I’m going to have to go to at least three protests to relieve my guilt.
Probably stronger than the O.E. bumper !!!
Good luck getting in the back seat!
You can fix things without using duct tape?
Hey, @Brittany, The new 2010 prius is not as bad to the environment as early versions because the 2010 version has switched from NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) batteries to lithium, which is a lot more environmentally friendly type of battery to produce.
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