Have you ever wondered if you've over-modified your car, crossed some boundary of good taste?
Thank goodness, this ain't your car.
Yesterday the gang at SportsCarMonitor showed you a homemade Batpod spotted rolling the mean streets of, uh, Palo Alto. Today, also from the streets of San Francisco (sort of), we bring you this abomination, which we nabbed in the heart of SoMa, perpetrating some Saw IV-style horrors on what used to be a Chrysler Sebring convertible.
On first look, the maimed Chrysler strikes us with some cool details, like flat-black paint (courtesy Krylon) and those eyelidded taillamps. Then we took a closer look while grabbing some iPhone 4 pics, and simultaneously clutching our gut. Did they have a garage sale at 1313 Mockingbird Lane? Did Roger Rabbit tried to turn his rental into a '55 Chevy? Or is this some car-genome project gone horribly awry, just like that Adrian Brody movie, only minus Adrian Brody?
If you own this project in progress, we want to know--seriously--what inspired it. Once we know the cause, together we can start the search for a cure.
Got a badly tuned car? Send it to "This Ain't Your Car" at desk [at] highgearmedia (dot) com. If we run it, we promise not to use your name and to blur out license plates to protect the innocent.
Angular Front Exterior View - 2005 Chrysler Sebring Convertible 2-door Limited