Captain Obvious Would Be Proud Of This Yellow Mustang Convertible

Even though we usually leave it up to you, our readers, to decide whether or not certain cars look tacky or in any way exaggerated, we can safely say that there’s something definitely wrong with this yellow Mustang convertible.

Could it be the body-colored rear diffuser? While it does make it seem as though there’s too much yellow on the car, it’s also not too offensive, so it’s not it.

Same could be said about the ridiculously large rear wing, which is definitely something you could scoff at – although we’ve seen much, much worse. So no, it’s not the wing either, but rather the fact that the owner of this car felt the need to make sure that no one missed he has a Mustang GT.

First of all, that GT badge needs to be smack dab in the middle of the rear fascia. Instead, there’s a pony emblem flanked by a couple of GT badges.

What really ruins it though are the stickers. While we can’t be sure what’s on the other side, inside, or at the front for that matter, the rear end is dominated by Mustang decals and U.S. flags. We don’t even know what to make of the ‘Stop’ stickers – people generally know what that particular lighting unit is for, so we’d say there’s no need to label it.

Moving on to the left side of the car, even though we can’t make out everything, we can definitely see the large ‘Mustang’ lettering on the door, next to the number 66, although we’re not even going to try to guess its meaning.

This image was sourced from Reddit’s Sh**ty Car Mods thread, which already means it doesn’t have a lot of fans out there. But we guess it makes its owner happy, and they probably couldn’t care less whether we like it or not.


  • samurai

    It seems like this istn’t even a GT since the 5.0 badge on the fender is missing xD

    • S3XY

      Correct. It’s the GT GT. Twice as better than the standard GT.

  • Leconte Dave

    Not even a GT lol

  • Six_Tymes

    A pretentious idiot owns that. and most likely a spoiled rich kid.

  • Khanaar

    The sad thing is that the yellow diffuser is OEM

  • Paul Webster

    To each his/her own. Not that I’d want to be seen in this car, but I would hesitate and look at it if it were in a parking lot.

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