The Top 10 Most Obscure Car Body Kits
We all appreciate a good chuckle here at Quick Sell Your Car, whether it’s a distasteful joke, a funny cat video or a “damn daniel” style vine…
The office is always alive with enthusiasm and laughter.
But what really makes us roll on the floor is a standard car with a hideously brave or illustriously animated body kit – kudos to the kids daring enough to venture out in those bad boys!
We’ve seen a lot of disastrous car customisations during our years of experience in used car dealership, so it proved rather difficult to narrow the hundreds to the tens, but we hope you’ll appreciate these obscure body kits as much as we did.
Top 10 most obscure car body kits
The idea behind having a spoiler on the back of your vehicle is to minimise the airflow at the rear and ground the car to reduce drag and increase the mileage. These ill-advised “spoiler” modifications should be used as prevention adverts like the ones you find on the front of cigarette packets.
Someone call Tracy Island and let them know we’ve found Thunderbird 2 in a school parking lot.
Whoever devised this reconstruction must have taken blueprints from the animators who created Wacky Races.
With wings so fierce it could make Pegasus feel like a Shetland pony, there’s only one place this vehicle could truly soar – alongside the infamous Dastardly and Muttley.
These next contenders all involve a little bit of motor surgery. Don’t quit your day jobs boys (unless you are actually surgeons, then yes, please do quit) the cracks are starting to show.
This is what most of my graphic design work looked like before the days of Photoshop; when the only way to layer multiple imagery was to copy and paste onto Paint and hope nobody noticed the transition by using the spray-can on the gaps.
“I call him: FRANKEN-DRIVE!”
Perhaps this cars owners real talent lies in cross stitching and patchwork? I’m no art critic but I wouldn’t declare this the greatest example of collaging mixed mediums. It looks more like a pre-schoolers creative outburst during a cutting and sticking session. Now where are the glitter pens?
In the fashion industry we are constantly told to accessorise, yet in a world of trending minimalism and ‘less is more’ mantras, these car owners completely missed the memo. Looking like a group of Nursery children’s play boxes exploded all over them, here are the finalists covering this seasons most sought after embellishments…
I get the feeling this person’s a long reigning hook-a-duck champion.
Paper flowers, rhinestones, a balloon crown and a windmill? It sounds like a list of the magic ingredients chosen that went in to create the Power Puff Girls.
The worst thing about these next runners up, is that they are actually pretty impressive. Now we’re not saying they are in any way enviable, but you have to admire the lengths and efforts these owners have gone to to vividly portray their character cars.
Well I wish I had something to comment on but all I can see is a telegraph pole.
Ahh this old corker. The only time you’ll be pleasantly surprised when your co-worker sends you an email with the subject line “check out this turtle head”.
Oh you’ve cat to be kitten me right meow! A classic cat-astrophe of a body kit.
And the worst is of course saved until last…
You’ve spent weeks in your bedroom imagining your dad doing a Caratacus Potts in the garage with your old banger, and it’s finally time for the grand chitty chitty bang bang-like reveal.
You understood it was never going to fly but come on, the exhaust looks like a cake tin.
Hope you had as much fun as we did checking those funny auto body kits.
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