Some parts just don't match. Like classic American muscle and VTEC. Or E-Types and stance. If you go that way, the fans will crucify you online. And these are the ten best ways to achieve that.
A V8 with a blower lighting up the rear wheels sounds like heaven, unless you're a Saab fanatic who prefers the Scandinavian flick.
Suggested By: Nibbles, Wack with Poo-brain
Take the prettiest Nissan ever made, and dress it up in a knock-off Italian designer dress and some shoes from the clearance rack.
If you want to get back at all those smug and clueless Prius ladies out there, this LeMons car is one way to do it. Middle finger sky high.
It should be the other way around dude!
But seriously, why would you want to have a Beetle on a Porsche chassis? Blasphemy!
Ridiculous, entertaining, but still wrong on way too many levels.
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Those wheels, really? And AMG V8 instead of the inline-six? G-Wagen steering wheel? No, no, no.
Suggested By: fintail, Photo Credit: HWA
Doing everything in order to hide a '95 T-Bird is a good thing. Still...
Only 337 produced. Japan's 250 GTO. Toyota themselves decide to shit all over their history and replace the engine the beautifully built straight-six with batteries in this example. If that isn't distasteful I don't know what is.
Bad point for Toyota there.
Suggested By: Somethingwittyer, Doge tamer, Photo Credit: Jalopnik
At least it was illegal in the eyes of the state too!
Suggested By: Somethingwittyer, Doge tamer, Photo Credit: IAMAUTO
Steve McQueen would punch you in your face many times over.
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