The Worst Automotive Fads To Hit The Streets

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Originally Posted by 02SE
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Whoa, whoa, whoa, where's the ubiquitous brick house on the corner???
Those houses weren't even there when I took that picture.
 
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Originally Posted by aquariuscsm
A fad I don't remember seeing in the article. Anyone here remember the fake convertible top look of the 70s?
My father in law was a great guy, but he would always buy Park Avenues with fake convertible tops and the gold trim package. One day I had to drive one of them to the BMW Store in Cincy to pick up some parts. I parked over a quarter mile away so that I wouldn't be seen driving it.
 
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Originally Posted by MCompact
Originally Posted by aquariuscsm
A fad I don't remember seeing in the article. Anyone here remember the fake convertible top look of the 70s?
My father in law was a great guy, but he would always buy Park Avenues with fake convertible tops and the gold trim package. One day I had to drive one of them to the BMW Store in Cincy to pick up some parts. I parked over a quarter mile away so that I wouldn't be seen driving it.
Haha! laugh
 
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Originally Posted by atikovi
Why do people do this crap? A nice symmetric centered licence plate is no good, I rather mount it so it looks like a wart on my bumper. [Linked Image from cimg1.ibsrv.net]
I see that sometimes and it does look awful!
 
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