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The Ten Most Outrageous Car Body Kits

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Building a car from the ground up is an incredible challenge, which is why many budding designers have to settle for re-bodying an already built car. Whether deciding the quickest way to live their dream of owning an exotic car is stretching those lines over a not-so-exotic frame — like a Ferrari out of a Fiero or a Porsche out of a Volkswagen Beetle — or just for the challenge, the results are usually outrageously memorable. True, they're mostly memorable for being disgusting, but that isn't stopping these designers you've helped identify from trying. While we've got our ten after the jump — tell us via the poll and comments below what car body kit you find the most outrageous. Without further ado, here's our ten most outrageous full-car body kits.

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10.) Fierarri Enzo (Pontiac Fiero)

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9.) Snakeskin Hatchback (CItroen Saxo)

8.) Barney-Amino (Toyota Hilux Truck)

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7.) Porsche-rrari (Porsche 914)

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6.) The Custom Cloud (Chevy Monte Carlo)

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5.) Fiero Fino (Pontiac Fiero)

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4.) Laser 917 (Volkswagen Beetle)

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3.) Futuristic Nova Sports Car (Volkswagen Beetle)

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2.) DC Design Rolls Royce Coupe (Rolls Royce Silver Spirit III)

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1.) Lithuanian Luxury Coupe (Mercedes CL)

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DISCUSSION

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Rob Emslie

Geez, that Nova gets extra points for melding the ugly with the crappy. It looks like the Cougar lights point down about two feet in front of the "car".

It appears that the world is not yet bereft of un-molested donor fiero (Fieri?):