Car Mod Atrocities Part: XLVI

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Only God knows why.

Many consider the New Year to be a fresh start. Perhaps it’s time to change jobs, get a new wardrobe, or a new car. The owners of the following vehicles clearly didn’t adhere to that last bit. Welcome to Car Mod Atrocities, the February 2017 Edition. We honestly didn’t expect much to change in that some people still have really terrible taste in cars. Nothing can dissuade them from a trade-in. Then again, chances are any car dealer, new or used, would refuse anything you’re about to see on the spot. The way these owners view their cars is kind of like President Trump’s hair; only he thinks it looks good.

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