It's easily mistaken for a real-life Barbie car, and it's not the most masculine-looking ride either, but Patrick Rangel's hot pink 1978 Chevrolet Monte Carlo convertible does have hydraulics.
Rangel, 38, tells The Lawrence Journal-World that he transformed his college ride into a dedication to his wife Carrie, who received a breast cancer diagnosis just two weeks after they were married.
From the white and pink interior with pink ribbons stitched on, to the "Breast cancer survivor" license plate holder, it is clear, this car has a purpose.
The purpose, according to Patrick: "I think the car is going to make people think, 'Hey, I can relate to that car and I can relate to the person driving it because they are young like me, so maybe I should actually take the time and check myself for breast cancer too.'"
The car just recently made its debut at Lawrence Memorial Hospital where Patrick dropped Carrie off for the 10th annual Betsy Beisecker Memorial Tea, a benefit for breast cancer awareness.
The couple plan to sport the vehicle at other breast cancer events and parades.