Fake sunroof for car


29 Responses to “Fake sunroof for car”

  1. chryss says:

    This one must have won a price for the most useful and sexy gadget ever.


  2. Anonymous says:

    that’s a moonroof, not a sunroof

  3. benbeltran says:

    Best invention ever. Is it made by ACME by any chance?

  4. Anonymous says:

    That would be an awesome practical joke.

    Imagine coming out of your house and seeing a sunroof on your car.

  5. mojo_jojo says:

    Every riceboy knows that stickers add horsepower. This one is worth 100 hp at least.

  6. sunpassion says:

    This is truely a good idea.

  7. Anonymous says:

    This is actually very practical.

    Anyone who has owned an older car with a moonroof where the drainage tubes degraded and began to leak knows how much of a pain this problem is to fix. You basically have to disassemble the entire body to replace the tubes.

    Slap a magnetic “fake moonroof” on there, and you’ve got a custom seal, with plus aesthetics.

  8. sunpassion says:

    I think it is a good idea, this car sunproof is designde for those car fans, i am also a car fan, i’d like share with you guys about cars.

    with best regards
    yang zhou

  9. Jonathan Stampf says:

    With my luck it would leak.

  10. doggo says:

    What? I have one of these, it looks great! It’s just, y’know, aesthetic. It makes my truck look boss.

  11. Anonymous says:

    http://www.fakesunroof.com has them all the time..i ordered mine and received it in 7 days. it looks pretty freakin real for a “fake sunroof”..lol

  12. Anonymous says:

    postage is $6.15, not $61.50

  13. DaveX says:

    At that price, they could have had a real sunroof.

  14. Anonymous says:


    lame lame lame lame lame lame lame


    Might as well more useful like a NOS sitcker

  15. Martin says:

    Is it called a toupee?

  16. microcars says:

    where does it say $61 for shipping?
    the eBay shipping calculator gave me under $6 for USPS shipping to my zip code.

  17. mellowknees says:

    Your link, she is broken!

    Current link is: http://http://haha.nu/index.php

    I think you’ve got a couple too many http thingies in there. :)

  18. Random Royalty says:

    Oh my God…its A PORTABLE HOLE!!!

    For those old enough to remember the Looney Tunes short, “The Hole Idea”… Calvin Q. Calculus invents the Portable Hole….


  19. outlanderssc says:

    This is the 21st Century version of the fake stick-on spoilers in the 1980′s

  20. Mark Frauenfelder says:

    Sorry for the typo about the postage. It’s $6.15 not $61.5

  21. Stefan Jones says:

    The “Car Guys” had a laugh about this one last weekend.

    They suggested it would be a good thing to slap on a car you were trading in.

    How about decals that make your real headlights look like fake NASCAR headlights?

  22. theficus says:

    The Q&A in the auction is especially funny.

  23. yotta says:

    On the plus side, it is the only sunroof that is guaranteed never to leak!

  24. Ape Lad says:

    I seem to remember seeing fake solar panels for the top of your house. I thought I saw it on BB, but couldn’t find it in the archives.

  25. kdean says:

    This reminds me of the holes that Coyote used to move around on the Road Runner….too bad it doesn’t work the same way.

  26. dafair says:

    it would be fun to stick this to a friend’s car whil he is in a store, then when he comes out, he won’t think it is his car.

    Well, that’s the only useful thing I could come up with.

  27. Anonymous says:

    That’s not a moonroof, it’s a space station!!


  28. Anonymous says:

    The first thing that I thought of when I read this was the “Cheech and Chong” movie where Cheech applies a bunch of magnetic fake windows and other crap to the inside and outside of his van to transform it from a work van to a pimped-out (or whatever the 70′s term is) van.

  29. Anonymous says:

    Wow, the first sunroof designed especially for Oregon! Guaranteed, it will never leak! No soaked drivers seat and you with the embarassment of looking like you wet your pants after a hard night’s winter downpour.

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