One of the worst custom Camaros we've ever seen crosses the auction block

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This third generation Camaro probably looks awful wherever it's parked, but we imagine it looks particularly bad sitting between the rows of drool worthy cars at this weekend's Barrett-Jackson auction in Las Vegas.

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One look at the car and it isn't hard to see why. From the hideous wing, to the hideous paint job, to the hideous addition of Corvette rear bodywork, this car is an exercise in making bad car modification decisions. Amazingly the interior and the "blueprinted" L98 350 underneath the terribly painted hood appear to have been spared from the customizing genius of whoever created this monstrosity.

When it crossed the block very early Thursday, this terrible custom Camaro sold for $2970 before buyer's fees. In an environment where grossly overspending on cars is the norm, that is quite a statement, even on Thursday morning. We imagine it has been quite a while since Barrett-Jackson sold a car so cheap, or so terrible.

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geistkoenig
Patrick Frawley

A word of support for the much-maligned third-gen F-body: Especially considering the time in which they originated, those are not bad machines. A 5-liter/5-speed IROC with four-wheel discs was a seriously likeable street-legal Showroom Stock racer, and screw anyone who snarks about mullets.

This has nothing to do with the abomination shown above, mind you.