@pip-bip I've seen that car posted pretty often in the "Bastards by Design" facebook group.
I kind of like it. Once you get over the oddness of it, it's fun to see a variation of a hot rod and a variation of the standard muscle car body (though I'm not a fan of the current primer gray paint job).
There was also a 1st gen camaro done up in a similar way, but I can't find a pic of it now.
I find it baffling that a machine even comes without wifi these days.
On the business side, the machines are quite customizable. A few dollars saved on wifi chips (or daughter cards) really adds up when your company buys or leases thousands of computers every year. If there's no need for WiFi because of security reasons or because they are buying workstations which will be wired with ethernet, then businesses don't want to spend the money on the hardware.
My company leases for two years. We get roughly 1,500 new computers every year, not including servers. I think we do at least four classes: desktop workstations, standard laptops, power-user laptops (like mine), and executive slim laptops. Some companies will configure a hard drive with their baseline configuration and send it to the manufacturer to be replicated across the computers being purchased. Others do it in-house. I think ours is a hybrid with the base operating system and software being installed at Dell and custom configurations being completed in-house.