The second VW on our list donates its tail lamps to the venerable Aston Martin Virage. Somehow they seem right at home on the tail end of one of the scariest designed Aston Martins in history.
Rednecks and drag racers alike, view the Pontiac T/A as one of the most badass rides around and while it doesn't handle worth a damn, it certainly does kick some ass. So, if it kicks so much ass, what's it doing sharing tail lights with the freakin' Wienermobile?? Sorry guys, this is just too much.
Could 007's ride possibly share something with the kiddie hauler Volvo V70? Ford's parts bin was raided and if you pay close attention it might just be closer than it appears.
Before the Genesis Sedan and the awesome Genesis Coupe, who'da thunk that the South Koreans would design something cool enough to warrant supercar status? Well they didn't per se, but the Sonata's tail lights definitely made an unexpected appearance on the Noble M400. Ford's Duratec V6 was also featured in…
The short lived Merkur XR4TI did do one thing respectful in its life and that was providing the badass Ford RS200 with its tail lamps. Betcha never would have guessed that one.
The world's fastest production car from Shelby Super Cars uses Focus SVT lamps to light the way into the record books. Too bad about the crappy fitment though.
Gordon Murray designed his McLaren F1 to be lightweight and functional, having everything designed under those rules even the custom Kenwood audio system. One of the very few things not specifically designed for the F1 were the standard door mounted mirrors from the VW Corrado. The third VW in the group should give…
Not only is the Hachiroku supremely popular with the import crowd, it provided one of the coolest mid-engined cars in history its tail lamps.
Jaguar decided to raid another British marque for the tail lights of its 90's supercar, the XJ220. It also shares its mirrors with the Citroën CX 2 Series.
After Audi acquired Lamborghini they released the Diablo 6.0 and needed to give it an update. The most noticeable update was the loss of pop-up headlamps. In their place were a set from the Nissan 300ZX and they look right at home. Nissan also needed a set of headlamps for its R390 race car and again the 300ZX gave…
The tail lights on the VW Passat have swapped sides and have been laid down on their side to give this questionably styled supercar a dose of reality. Sneaky, sneaky.
The obvious choice of parts donor for the Callaway C12 would be the C5 Corvette in which it's based off, but where did those slick tail lights come from? The little European Opel Tigra coupe of course. Thanks Callaway for keeping it in the GM gene pool!