I don’t generally look for error cars, but this one caught my eye because of the twistedness of it all. Something in the way it sat in the blister looked, well, off.

The photo doesn’t really give the same view I had when it was hanging on the pegs at walmart. Think back to when all the gear heads jacked up the rear of their cars. If you really wanted to get it just so, you had separate air lines controlling the pressure in your HiJacker air-shocks. And if one went bad, it was immediately apparent, sort of like this...

Someone on the rivet line was a little anxious to go to lunch...
The right side of the base is jammed up into the trunk, while the left side is hanging out, waving for help...

I don’t collect error cars, but if this is your cup of tea flavored beverage, we can work something out. Otherwise it goes back.