View Poll Results: To Hate or Celebrate?

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  • Hate - This blinged out trash deserves it!

    15 62.50%
  • Celebrate - To each their own, I think it's great!

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Thread: to Hate or to Celebrate?

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    Administrator wayoflife's Avatar
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    Cool to Hate or to Celebrate?

    To Hate or to Celebrate? That is the question I'd like to ask. Should a vehicle built up like this be hated on for being an abomination of what it was OR, should it be celebrated for being an example of individual expression and personal taste?

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    Here is the article that inspired the question:
    http://autos.yahoo.com/blogs/motoram...171508028.html

    So, what say you? Please be sure to vote on the poll.

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    Knows a Thing or Two mackey's Avatar
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    The great thing about Jeeps is everyone is entitled to build their rig how they see fit. I guess it should be the same for any vehicle. I personally think its hideous, but who am I to say what someone else can have. Being without a Jeep right now is making me see things differently. Normally I would have said, "Hell no". Lol

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    I would rather drive my old Comanche over this any day.
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    I would not do that to a vehicle of mine, but to each there own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robar View Post
    I would not do that to a vehicle of mine, but to each there own.
    + 1 I agree

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    I'll paraphrase from a classic movie.....

    They became so pre-occupied with weather or not they could....they never stopped and asked themselves if they should.

    Do your ride up the way you like, but dear god it's a travesty to do that to the beautiful car underneath in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trembley View Post
    I'll paraphrase from a classic movie.....

    They became so pre-occupied with weather or not they could....they never stopped and asked themselves if they should.

    Do your ride up the way you like, but dear god it's a travesty to do that to the beautiful car underneath in my opinion.
    Jurasic Park?

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    Every time I start to write this I go back and look at the photos. OK, here goes. The exterior is kinda growing on me. I'd change the color for sure. The interior, excuse me I'm just about to eat dinner. Kudos for showing extreme juevos in design though.

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    I just threw up in my mouth a little bit.

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    Poor Camaro.....

    Spray paint it black and put the stock rims back on it and it'll look 1000x better!
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