'Most Celtic thing I've ever seen' – Supporter transforms car into ultimate Hoopsmobile and fans all say the same thing | The Sun

MANY fans' commitment to their football club can never be doubted.

Whether it be following their team home and away, week in and week out to all four corners of the country or buying strips and merchandise year after year.


But one Celtic fan has left fellow supporters stunned after a video emerged online of their car after giving it the ultimate makeover.

The Toyota MR2 Spyder has left Celtic fans around the world in awe as this Hoops fan took his Parkhead love-in to a new level as it showed off a mod job that any Hoops fan would be proud of.

The video showing off the car started off with back of the motor from afar with a personalised registration plate – hailing the Parkhead side with the plate reading '1888 CFC.'

The video, thought to have been taken in America, then panned round to the driver's side of the car which is emblazoned with the green and white colours of the club as well as pying tribute to the club's Lisbon Lion heroes with a transfer of the European Cup trophy that they won in 1967.

The footage then pans round to the front of the car and shows the bonnet, which pays tribute to the club's quadruple treble achievement between 2016 and 2020.

The back of the car also pays tribute to the two 9-in-a-row runs that the Parkhead side went on between 1966-1974 and then from 2012-2020.

The Celtic love affair doesn't stop there as the Hoops-mad car owner proceeds to show us the inside of the motor where the back seats have head rest covers of classic Celtic tops.

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The front seats have Celtic crests on the racing seats before the besotted owner pans round to show a dashboard with old match tickets stuck on and a banner with the popular chant 'You'll Never Walk Alone.'

The video left fans impressed with one saying: "Now that’s a car HH"

Another said: "Bhoyota"

Another proclaimed the car was: "Thee most Celtic thing I’ve ever seen"

However the Celtic mad owner couldn't resist a cheeky dig at arch rivals Rangers.

The car's registration plate includes the term "f*** the Huns" and "Jelly and Ice Cream" pointing fun at the club's liquidation in 2012.

Inside the car there was also a sticker of Hoops legend Scott Brown doing his famous 'Broony' celebration in front of El-Hadji Diouf.

Some Rangers fans couldn't help but weigh in on the video, giving their responses to the shrine.

One said: "That is soooo embarrassing."


Another quipped: "At the end of the day – it’s an old Toyota."

While a third said: "Only took 18 months to get all the 10IAR sticker's off it."

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