Friday, August 10, 2007

Different Way To Fix A Car

I just came across over this story.



"Faced with exorbitant costs to fix a car air conditioner, Scott Dawson was literally left to his own devices.

After finding out he would have to pay $1,200 to fix his car’s AC, Dawson, 26, rigged a common household air conditioner to fit on top of his car. The crafty civil engineering graduate from the University of Houston cut a hole in the sunroof to allow the cool air to get in...


“I’ll probably stick with this until I get rid of it,” Dawson said."



Here's a pic of his car and its new attachment. It will keep him cool in the hot Houston summer. Here's hoping it doesn't fall off and end up flying at my car... Good grief...


1 comment:

Debo Hobo said...

This doesn't make any kind of damn sense! I would take public transportaion before I drove around like that.