It doesn’t matter if you saw this Holden Monaro sitting still, blazing the tires off or launching off of the line in it’s infamous and iconic style…you’ll know that this is how automotive excess should look. What’s great about the Trapnell brothers’ Monaro is that it’s right on the fringe edge of controllability…we’ve seen this car drifting a turn with it’s familiar left-wheel-high, right-rear-down stance going on, front tire hanging in the breeze. This isn’t just a wheelie machine, this is a car that has become iconic simply because of it’s launching attitude. Straight and clean off of the line? Nope. The Monaro likes to go about every which way possible as the tires do what little they can to harness the power being put down, but don’t feel bad for the rears trying to hook up…if anything, pity the lone front tire that is doing it’s damnedest to keep the Monaro from crossing the centerline or worse. This is a car that thrives and survives on blunt-force-trauma level amounts of torque, and as long as the frame doesn’t snap under pressure, we will be watching!