Home Owners’ Associations are often the cause of a lot of friction within communities where rules are sometimes taken too literally. This time, an HOA struck this man’s upside-down Chevrolet Camaro build and called for its removal.
Jalopnik reports the upside-down Camaro was parked at the home of racer Dave Montoya after he borrowed the vehicle for an event. The upside-down Camaro is most famous as a 24 Hours of Lemons build completed by Jeff Bloch and sits atop a 1990 Ford Festiva. The HOA asserted, “All Permitted Parking Areas shall be used solely for the parking of motor vehicles used for personal transportation.”
Well, to the association’s surprise, the street-legal, upside-down Camaro is used for personal transportation. Montoya said he will send footage of the Camaro driving on local roads to prove it’s mobile and completely legal.
Score one for weird car builds, zero HOAs.