I'm wondering how such a contraption can be even remotely street legal - is there no MOT whatsoever where that picture has been taken? It's obviously in the US, but I'd guess even in the most liberal states (in car terms) there are some limits to what you are allowed to do with a car, at least regarding changing the structural integrity of the passenger cell, right?
It seems that you can get away with a lot, depending on where you are. Like chopping the roof off a Subaru Justy and it still being road legal.
I'm interested in where the seats are in there with the massively raked body. Are they in the usual place, in which case what about the rears? Or are they the sedan seats so the driver and all passengers spend their time staring at the floor? I'm not sure what that sedan was either but it looks like it had a carbage wing on it before it was attacked by a grinder.
Still confusing that they chose to replace the part of an old Suburban that doesn't really rust...