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Cars that make you go WTF?

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Not anything ugly per say, but just the crazy factor, I'll start with a few:

The Toyota Cavalier:

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The Nissan Skyline Coupe & Sedan

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The 2004 Saturn VUE had 3.5 v6 Honda engines.

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The Honda 3.5L is a potent motor. But hey, in a Vue, you can scream as you accelerate...

VEEEEEEEETAAAACCCKKK!!!

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This made me say WTF!!! I want that engine in my car... :willy_nilly:

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That's the manliest Civic. Ever. Still funny seeing C5 wheels on it. :willy_nilly:

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Found another wtf...

ANOTHER WTF

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YES YES YES. I love that Volvo.

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Toyota Cavaliers I saw in Japan. I also saw the Skyline Sedans.

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Toyota Cavaliers I saw in Japan. I also saw the Skyline Sedans.

They have a bunch of wacky models that we don't get.

Another example, the Infiniti G20 we got, was called the Nissan Primera over there, and in Europe.

And Volkswagen, the Jetta, it's only known as the Jetta in the States. Across the pond, it's called the Bora.

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Stellar paintjob.

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BAHAHAHA.

My buddy showed me a pic of that Hummer not too long ago. I don't know what would posess someone to do this. :lol2:

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' date='Jan 27 2010, 10:15 AM' post='6171']

BAHAHAHA.

My buddy showed me a pic of that Hummer not too long ago. I don't know what would posess someone to do this. :P

:lol2:

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If I ever land on a Cavy as a beater, I'm SOO doing a Toyota conversion on it. The lulz, there would be many.

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i would so ball this!!!!

:lol2: The team mobile, with complimentary food! :P

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i never understood this car. its just sooo... UGLY!!!!

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OMG! I totally Agree!

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haha I've seen that before!

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