Monday, September 15, 2008

Spoilers Gone Wild VI, VII, VIII, IX

These are from my sister Troy who has taken to looking for spoilers at every opportunity.  Here are 3 that she came across:

The Dodge Neon - I think this is factory installed, which is somewhat against my general Spoilers Gone Wild rule, but seriously...do you need this on a Neon?
 
The ever-popular Mitsubishi Lancer spoiler is seen here, but without the typical glass pack or mismatched paint job.
 
Spoilers like this have no business on the Ford Focus, even with Ford itself saying that the Focus is their tuner car.  It's only a tuner car if you're a complete square.
 
Finally Troy got me this bright orange spoiler on a bright orange Mitsubishi Eclipse.  Not only does the driver have to draw attention to his car with the color, but also with the whole "I'm taking up 2 lanes" driving style he's using.

2 comments:

Cheeth said...

I just came to a realization, though this thought had been in the back of my head for some time:

A spoiler is simply a mullet for your car. If you are not ashamed to have a mullet on your head, you are also probably not ashamed to have a spoiler on your car. They are perfectly equivalent.

I would even go so far as to say that a garish spoiler on a bad convertible, such as, say, a Chrysler LeBaron, would be equivalent to a skullet.

Sorro said...

That is quite possibly the best explanation I've ever heard for ridiculous spoilers.