Wednesday, August 24, 2011

What not to do to a BMW 1-Series Coupe

Some Singaporeans have REALLY bad taste when it comes to doing up their cars. This isn't the first time that I've seen a disaster on wheels surfacing from the island down south. To make thing worse, this is a genuine BMW 1 Series M Coupe.

I mean, whats with the horrible over-the-top paint / wrap job? And those mis-matched colored rims - a poor tribute to BMW's M Division ? Or that ludicrous roof mounted spoiler? Perhaps the owner uses it dry his or her clothes? After all, landed property is a luxury in the island metropolis that is Singapore, so most folks live in Housing and Development Board (HDB) flats. Is that even an aftermarket spoiler or did the owner ask a bodykit shop to cook one up? Aerodynamic properties anyone? Going back to the paint / wrap job, is the owner trying to achieve the 'liquid paper' look? 'Whited' front and rear tail lights instead of the more conventional 'Smoked' lights? And won't those wrapped brake lights, now somewhat dimmed, confuse other motorists?

I'm a fan of white cars but this is just crude and vulgar. And the sad thing is, that Singaporean registration plate is not cheap! Guess money really can't buy you class.

Before you view the following pictures, please make sure that you've not eaten anything heavy recently... Courtesy of http://www.worldcarfans.com and http://www.bmwclubmalaysia.com.






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2 comments:

Jun said...

OM*G!!!

King_Rat said...

LOL Just because you can, dosen't always mean you should...