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Snap, Crackle and Pop get smoked on a muscle car: Kenny Be's Sign Language

Is there any better way to allude to the tremendous muscle of this turquoise Monte Carlo than with a custom back-panel paint job of smoke coming off of the tires? Yes, there is -- by including the images of the three cereal-selling elves amongst the whispy air-brushed plumes. This street rod may be a tribute to Terry Labonte's 1994 comeback championship while driving a Kellogg-sponsored Chevrolet Monte Carlo. Or, it may be suggesting that the car is best driven while "krispadized," as in being baked to the point of krispiness.
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