This one is not a 1984 Sheep Dog.
The owner of this Audi RS6 Avant earns our immediate admiration by dressing the performance wagon as the van from 1990s comedy classic Dumb and Dumber. While it looks like Harry and Lloyd’s Shaggin’ Wagon, this longroof could keep up with the Lamborghini Diablo that the pair purchases in the movie.
This canine-themed RS6 Avant features the major cues from the Dumb and Dumber. The most obvious feature is the furry body. The hair even covers the rear doors, so this wagon is now more of a coupe. Up front, a big tongue slurps out of the grille, and the logo for Harry’s Mutt Cutts dog grooming service appears on the side. There are even legs and ears that attach when the vehicle is stationary. This pup also has quite a bark thanks to an Akrapovic exhaust.
In an especially clever touch, the driver listens to the song from the film’s opening credits in the video above. It’s hard to see whether the furry covering extends to the cabin, but it would be appropriate for the interior to keep with the movie’s look.
This RS6 Avant was part of the StreetGasm 2000 Supercar rally that travels from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, to Valencia, Spain. Spectators got a big smile out of seeing it. Despite the decal on the window asking people not to touch, a lot of people couldn’t help themselves from petting this big dog.
The RS6 Avant Performance packs a biturbo 4.0-liter V8 with 597 horsepower (445 kilowatts) and 516 pound-feet (700 Newton-meters), which grows to 533 lb-ft (750 Nm) during temporary periods of overboost. The wagon can reach 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 3.7 seconds.
The Mutt Cutts van in Dumb and Dumber was a heavily modified 1984 Ford Econoline van. Its fur-covered body featured a dog’s face with a nose, tongue, and whiskers. Lifting the leg on the side revealed the fuel filler, and there was a tail pointing upward at the back. Harry also had a vanity license plate with WOOF on it.