As if it wasn't bad enough to plop an entire car on top of a truck, they covered the whole thing in camo. Hilariously, the paint job just draws even more attention to this monstrosity.
Bring a Step Stool
This is about as close to a penny-farthing as you'll see in the modern world. It's almost impressive to see those ridiculous wheels prop up an entire car. Almost.
Wheels in Different Time Zones
At this point, the truck is already way too long. Why not slap on another cab or two and turn this thing into even more of a nuisance?
If any car has a well-deserved inferiority complex, it's the VW Beetle. Unfortunately, there are not tires big enough to make this vehicle look cool.
This truck looks objectively ridiculous, but I don't want to bad mouth it too much in case we experience some sort of Maximum Overdrive-style situation.
This is a truck that people think will make them look tough, but how wrong they are. Nobody looks tough while trying to writhe and shimmy into a vehicle that's six feet higher than it needs to be.
Apparently, the ATV world wasn't content to let cars have all the stupid tire fun. Something tells me that wouldn't last five minutes in the actual woods.
A "Classic" Car
When it comes to classic cars, I think it's easier to forgive some flashy additions. So, the flames can stay, but that bazooka coming out of the hood absolutely has to go.
I guess if you're a soldier in some post-apocalyptic future, this might be an okay vehicle. However, for the rest of us, it just looks like an ugly mix of sharp angles and giant tires.
First things first--those tires are unforgivable. There's no getting around that fact (or those tires). That being said, at least the license plate lets us know the owner has some level of self-awareness.
This is a case of the fantastic execution of a terrible idea. I'd like to see what this airbrush artist can do when it doesn't involve a ridiculous car.
Taste the Rainbow
I'm sure whoever bought this car wanted the attention it would bring. Let's just hope that attention doesn't come from vehicle thieves.
This truck either needs to add another set of wheels or ditch one. The proportions just look ridiculous as is.
The Family Vehicle
Whoever owns this car is clearly proud of their big family--but I'm sure the kids are humiliated when they have to shimmy up those truck nuts to get in the car.
These exhaust pipes have managed to do the impossible. They're so long and ridiculous that they actually loop back around to being cool.
Even membership in the Big Wang Gang won't protect you from mental health issues. Neither will that ridiculous spoiler.
Rims Are For Everyone
Looks like grandma discovered the world of rims. That, or she wanted an SUV and couldn't afford one.
This Jeep is clearly very upset with you. Hopefully you can smooth things over before he smooths you over.
A Little Lopsided
At first I thought this was a terrible tire job, but the owner clearly wanted this done. Hopefully he never has to drive in a straight line.
Most of the vehicles in this slideshow have been ridiculous because of their height, but this car has the opposite problem. Heck, a Barbie Jeep has more height than this thing.
Something tells me these weren't the factory wheels on this car. Seems like they might make opening the door a bit of a pain.
Big tires don't make a car look ridiculous--bad proportions do. If you're gonna buy something as big as a Hummer, you absolutely need big tires to match.
Tires Doing the Splits
This may look ridiculous, but hey, he'll probably get twice the life out of those tires, considering that half of them aren't touching the ground.
Sometimes you just don't have the money you need for the mods you want. This car gets an A for effort and an F for literally everything else.
I think this might be a Ford, but I'm not really a car person. Any experts want to weigh in?
Exhausting All Your Options
One is plenty. Two is fine. But four? I guess that's okay too, because three would look even more ridiculous.
Not Your Father's Aztek
Some people might think this looks insane, but it's honestly a step up from a non-modified Pontiac Aztek. A few more mods and it will be completely unrecognizable--as it should be.
I've Had a Little Work Done
This is the equivalent of a person who has so much plastic surgery that they look terrifying. It's hard to complain about this one because it's so difficult to look at it directly.
Overcompensating the Right Way
Someone is clearly overcompensating for something here, but they've done it in the best way possible. If you're gonna draw attention to yourself, do something worth looking at like this owner.
This thing doesn't look like a spoiler as much as it looks like a parasail. I'm expecting that tiny little car to take flight at any moment.