There are car mods, and then there are â€ścar mods.â€ť These car mods may not make the next installment of the Fast and the Furious, but they certainly areâ€¦ something. This month weâ€™ve got car mods made of alternative materials, exhaust pipes for days, and a lift to beat all lifts.
Car Mods Meets Craft Time
Cardboard is great for many things. Itâ€™s good for moving possessions when you make it into a box. Itâ€™s good for composting in a garden. Itâ€™s even great for carrying pizza. But weâ€™re not sure how good it is for car modifications. Sure itâ€™s a light-weight material so itâ€™s not going to weigh down your â€śspeedster,â€ť but itâ€™s also about as nice as wood paneling on an old station wagon. Actually, the station wagon looks way better.
Needs More Exhaust Pipe
We’re not sure the Ford River Rouge Complex even needs pipes this big to get rid of excess gas. Itâ€™s a surprise this car can go anywhere without tilting up and over on its rear. Aside from sixth and seventh person seating, weâ€™re not entirely sure why someone strapped these fancy garbage cans to the back of their car. The only thing classier than these massive exhaust pipes is the Flammable window decal that probably blocks 40% of the pipes from the driverâ€™s view.
Good Luck Fitting In The Parking Garage
Weâ€™ve all seen lifted cars before, but weâ€™ve never seen anything like this. This is possibly the only SUV that has to worry about the height of an overpass. Weâ€™re not sure what the car owner gets out of such a strange car lift besides a broken leg. Maybe they have an annoying, short friend who canâ€™t reach the first step up into the car? Also, isnâ€™t their trunk useless now? Who can get anything in that trunk besides Andre the Giant and Yao Ming?