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If you went to your prom night, you'll probably remember a few things. First of all, you felt a bit of a muppet having never worn a proper suit or dress quite that formal before, you probably hired a limousine (hopefully with a sneaky bottle of Lambrini) and your mum mithered you all afternoon about being careful in your outfit - because it probably cost way too much. But it was prom, that's how it was supposed to be, right?
These four pals definitely did a bit of thinking outside the box though because they recreated the car from The Inbetweeners - think yellow roller-skate with a big red door.
Louis Priggen, Josh Wrathall, Josh Gilbert, Brian Sussum, all 16, showed up to their prom - chauffeured by one of their dads - to surprise their peers from Ashlyns School in Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.
This wasn't what they initially bought though as Louis told LADbible: "We decided it was worth a go, so we bought a White Fiat and then constructed our masterpiece.
"We bought the car a few months ago off some second hand car website and sprayed it all yellow - later adding the red door."
Louis said that the stunt went down well with their fellow pupils, adding: "The reactions were brilliant as we'd also kept it a complete surprise from everyone.
"We are not sure what we're going to do with it now." Any ideas?
So, how much did this set the friends back?
Louis explained: "We added the door and the whole project was between £1000-£3000". This is some commitment given that the usual price for transportation to prom is around £500 (£620).
And none of this would have made any sense if the friends didn't reenact a scene or two, with Louis telling us: "We may have shouted something at a bus stop"...
Did someone say BUS W**KERS?
Louis uploaded the picture on to Twitter, tagging The Inbetweeners cast members including Blake Harrison, James Buckley and Emily Atack.
One person commented saying: "I bet the seats are wet," to which Louis replied writing: "No. This was before Emily re-tweeted," great banter from this bunch.
Someone else commended the boys' effort adding: "No better ride tbf," with another commenting: "This just isn't the car tho is it, the real one has a black section at the front of he roof I swear". Well, you just can't please everyone.
Hats off to these four - what an effort.
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