Look at an old Toyota Camry with license plate fender flaresSeptember 28, 2020
The appearance of this business sedan has ceased to be attractive, but the originality of the car cannot be denied. Even the “rusted” body fades into the background when you see such a curious upgrade.
The Reddit portal spoke about an unusual car with wheel arch extensions from license plates. The Camry is owned by Austin Lee Ingram of Georgetown, Indiana.
A unique specimen of its kind, which was described on the Web, belongs to the XV10 generation. It rolled off the assembly line in the United States from 1991 to 1996. This version of the business sedan was considered one of the simplest, but now it will attract more attention on the roads than Lamborghini or Ferrari.
It’s all about the “wings” above the wheel arches: they were created using various American license plates. The rear spoiler is made of them.
The car body panels seem to be thoroughly corroded by rust – this effect was created on purpose.
To make the car even more colorful, its owner removed the side windows and rear window, and also cut out most of the roof.
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