Some people from overseas have labeled Americans as excessive, and after seeing this ride that YouTuber NotBob discovered at the 2015 Slammin & Jammin show in Lebanon, Tennessee, they might be right. By either magic or insanity the owner managed to stuff a blown Chevy 350 into a Geo Tracker.
With its massive blower and stack, orange ’80s pro street paint job, and slammed stance, it looks like something out of a cartoon or a fantasy car from a ’90s PS1 racing game.
From what we can gather spec wise, this real life micro machine has plenty of massive mods. Aside from a chrome small-block Chevy 350, it has a Weiand Supercharger, stacked with carbs, a tunnel ram and a scoop for the blower.
Attached to the tunnel ram are two micro nitrous bottles, on the rear of the car sits four NOS bottles on the fuel cell, another sits between the seats and while two more micros rest on the doors. It has massive dub wheels and further boosting the cartoon theme is a wind up key on the rear gate. This whimsical machine reminds not to take life or hot rodding too seriously and to kick back and have fun once in awhile.Is this excessive or does this GEO live up to its nickname of Never Enough? This owner’s philosophy is that of pure fun rather than serious performance. Geos were always boring, gas friendly compact cars, but this man turned one into a fun head-turning machine. We can’t tell you if any of those NOS bottles are functional, but if he wanted excessive – he hit his mark on that one.