The Jekyll and Hyde Camaro
Image: State Farm 2012
Insurance company State Farm has been undertaking an interesting project for the last three-and-a-half years. It had a wrecked 1969 Camaro sitting around in the garage, and decided to give it a "Jekyll and Hyde" treatment.
One half of the car has been restored to how the car would have been when it rolled of the line, while with the other half, some fun was had, giving it a street machine treetment, with crazy body mods, aftermarket parts, and "deliberately less-exacting craftsmanship."
The project served multiple purposes. Firstly, as a PR stunt. Given that here we are writing about it, we can tick that box. Secondly, State Farm constructed it to "educate State Farm field agents on the special challenges of assigning proper values to collector cars and owner-modified vehicles. This knowledge enables the agents to accurately assess value and correctly underwrite such special-case vehicles."
Think you can pick which is the Jekyll, and which is the Hyde?