Modifying your car is the most surefire way to make it yours. It sets the car apart from all the other lame-o cars on the road and you get to express yourself a little bit. We all have our favourite mods.
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They say it's the things you love that come back to hurt you in the end. When it comes to racing, sometimes it seems like all that "hurt" comes from a gang of the No Fun Police barging in and mandating a whole bunch of rules and regulations that require this balls-to-the-wall sport to refrain from indecent exposure, thank you very much.
There have been plenty of cars designed throughout the years that are just… not great. And yet, we love them anyway. Last week, I asked you to tell me what terrible cars you love despite everyone telling you not to. There were some pretty great responses, so we compiled a list of the best of the worst so we can all revel in the beauty of the poor designs that are just too close to our hearts not to love.
Everyone gets annoyed. We all have things that just rub us the wrong way. Last week, I asked y'all what car trends really grind your gears, and you delivered. I should have been surprised to see how many of you were absolutely positively passionate about things that should never ever be on a car -but I gotta say, the responses? Incredible.
Conspiracy theories are the spice of life. I don't trust anyone who hasn't indulged in a theory or two because they're honestly just a hell of a lot of fun. I had a feeling y'all would have thought up some great conspiracies in the automotive world, and I gotta say - you definitely did not disappoint
The joy of carspotting -- whether it's in New York or Hong Kong or the rural Deep South -- is stumbling onto something that seemingly has no place among the automotive masses, the endless sea of Nissan Rogues and Chevrolet Suburbans. It is a universal delight for car enthusiasts. So what's the weirdest thing you've ever seen in the wild?