Modifications to a vehicle can be a beautiful thing. Sleeker features or an increase the overall performance can take a car to the next level. Although, you do need to know when to stop. Check out these cars that overdid it, and are now left with a laughable mess of parts that kind of drives okay.
If you look close, you can see a handicapped license plate. What kind of disabled person can climb the five feet into this monstrosity, let alone drive it?
Honestly, this isn't the worst PT Cruiser we've ever seen. It might be more practical than the original model.
This looks exactly like one of those mouses that are made for computer gaming. Maybe he was just looking to take his work home with him? You never know!
Yo dawg, I heard you like spoilers. So, we put a spoiler on top of your spoiler.
Give this a bright orange paint job, and boom: A real life Hot Wheels car.
Nobody will get rid of your trash faster than these guys.
Mechanic: "So, how many exhausts you want on here?"
Driver: "Enough to make me look like a tool."
Mechanic: "Say no more."
When you can only afford a Fiero, but you want to look rich. Slap on a terrible bodykit, and you will be riding in style.
Just like every bro you see in the gym. This truck focused way too much time on upper body strength.
Have you ever looked at your bumper and thought: "I wonder what it would be like if I put a couch there instead?" Well, you may have just found your new best friend.
Meet Optimus Prime's younger brother, Optimus Whine. He'll only transform when you give him back his favorite toy.
Are they going for the half-hover car look? Hopefully, Doc Brown can help them fully transform the car.
Grand Theft Auto must have been a major influence in the design of this car. There's really no other explanation for what's going on here.
This guy did the whole family van thing for a while. Now, he's rolling on some dubs after his mid-life crisis.
This guy will have the last laugh when a flood comes through. Until then, we will laugh every time they try to make a turn.