The Dodge Viper is one of the most beautiful sports cars that was ever built. So we’re not sure what the owner in this photo was thinking when they stuck all these exterior mods onto the Viper. The car looks nothing like it should and you almost want to walk up to it and rip everything off of it (via Reddit).
We all know that there are many fans of adult animation, namely the ‘King of the Hill’ franchise. But doing a paint job like the one above is going a bit overboard. Clearly, this was a superfan who had to make a statement, and in the process ruin a great Honda Accord (via Reddit).
We’ve seen some crazy modifications done to the GM F-Body cars in the past, but this just about takes the cake. We have an owner here who decided to turn two Firebird models into a limo. What a complete waste of a great sports car and one of the reasons why not everyone should fabricate (via Reddit).
The first-generation Hyundai Accent was not anything special to look at, so this owner decided to take things into his own hands. Making the body kits out of what looks like cardboard, this Accent is anything but pleasant to look at (via Reddit).
Ever wonder what it would be like to drive a shark? Well, this owner decided to build himself a shark limo. Needless to say, the car is ugly in every way, and there is no way this car will drive on water. Some people shouldn’t be allowed to customize their vehicle because things like this might happen (via Reddit).
Look the Smart Car wasn’t the most appealing compact car for several reasons. The style was downright ugly, and the practicality of the car is almost non-existent nowadays. It was a nice novelty when it lasted, but they just haven’t been the success that the company had hoped. But you have fans like this guy that still get a kick out of customizing the tiny car (via Reddit).
There is no end to what people will do to get attention; take this Hummer H3 for example. We’re not sure what the owner was thinking, but this truck now has the same pair of wheels that you’d find on a horse and buggy. This is definitely not how GM had hoped the Hummer H3 would be riding around in the future (via Reddit).