This Cadillac Seville Is Probably Begging To Be Euthanized

Here’s proof that there really is such a thing as going too far with customizing the looks of your ride.

Albeit the least of its worries, surely there must be a better way of showing others how you feel about your country, right? Usually, flags are meant to be waved at international conferences, or on ancient battle fields. With this second-generation Cadillac Seville, all those flags aren’t even the main issue. It’s just way too spangled (pun intended), and overall completely ridiculous.

The image was posted recently to Reddit by someone with the username TheShadowDemon247, who was pretty shocked to see this horribly customized Seville, judging by the title of the thread.

A wide-body kit? Check.

Where do we even begin with this one. Oh, let’s touch on the extended fenders first, because they’re there to cover up the fact that the car’s real wheels feature what appears to be another set of wheels secured right on top of them.

The fake wheels are all blinged-out, as is that metal spare wheel cover at the back. Also, are those lamps on top of the wheel arches -like actual reading lamps? They also look a little like really old headlights – you just can’t make this stuff up!

Well, at least the owner of the car followed through and applied the “body kit” to the entire exterior. If anything, one can’t accuse them of half-arsing it when it came to destroying this Caddy’s dignity.

 

  • Six_Tymes

    meh, ill go the opposite of the hate of this post. they are having FUN, good on them. and, maybe its for a parade of some sort and appropriate. I have seen worse done to cars

  • Mike Gonzalez

    Cadillac Seville MadMax Edition

    • robotlogic

      More like “Fabulous Max Liberace Edition”.

    • ChrisInIL

      Who’s car is that?

      The Duke of New York, A-Number-1, the Big Man, that’s who!

  • Paul

    My Hell that thing is gaudy.

  • kachuks

    The wheels on top of wheels are spinners?? Otherwise, we wouldn’t see this amount of detail in the pic.

    • Mike Gonzalez

      It’s a wheel on top of the real wheel so it looks like it’s flying LMAO

    • KareKakk

      That’s for extra support during speedy cornering…

  • KareKakk

    Does this style have a name over there? It’s not bling, it’s not retro or steampunk… and what kind of people drives these things? Never seen those outside of the US, and the star spangled in a multitude of size and location is mandatory on each it seems.

  • Bob White

    It was Trump’s old ride.

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