The first caught my eye due to its personalized license plate. The plate read CIVIC. I then looked at the car, which was indeed a Honda Civic. With one of those stupid extra-loud mufflers. And a HUGE spoiler. Now you might think that the rest of the car was fancified. But alas, no. I counted five different colors on the car, and not due to a custom paint job. More like parts and pieces had been replaced over the years with junkyard remnants. Oh, yeah, and one of the five colors was straight rust.
This is not the actual car I saw, as I could not get my phone out fast enough, but you get the idea. Not a hot car.
Maybe he thought that by dressing it up with a ginormous spoiler and an
Later on down the road, I saw another gem. It had, in huge, fancy, street-racer style font, a decal reading "XS POWER" plastered across a tinted rear windshield. J noticed this one first, and commented on how that car is not only powerful, but it possesses XS power. Wow. Impressive, no? That is, until you realize that this car cannot possibly possess XS power, as it is a Hyundai. Extra powerful Hyundai? No such thing.
Why do some insist on extolling the amazing virtues of their POS vehicles? Anyone care to let me in on the secret? Because I just don't get it.
Ah, well. If nothing else, these cars were good for a couple of laughs.