Denver DIYers Turn a Chevy Truck Into a Mobile Party Schooner

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jul 26, 2010   Updated: Aug 4 2011 • References: jalopnik
We don't see street-legal pirate ships too often in San Diego, but Denver-based Jalopnik reader Cadillac Bob spotted this Chevy truck-based schooner outside of a local bar. There aren't any details as to the specifications of the modified car or how it was built, but gearheads can take a look at the engine and driver seat in the gallery above.

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