Auto Soup: Fail Edition

By | February 3, 2011

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Minivan Tuning Fail

So many epic car fails have been submitted to us recently, (Thanks everyone!) that we had to start making some fail soup.

Now, for fail number 1, let’s just preface this with the fact that we’ve got respect for anyone trying to make their ride a little cooler and a little faster. Somehow, our minds never thought that someone would thug out a minivan. Props for the effort, but a giant FAIL for Lambo doors on an Olds Silhouette.

On to fail number 2! “Umm, officer, I didn’t have a light, but I’m on my way to Checker right now,” probably would work better as an excuse than “I thought that one perma-on taillight made out of crayon would help.” Sorry dude, the checkered Corvette flags won’t get you out of this laugh at your expense.

Taillight Replacement Fail

Fail number 3, what do you have for us today? Your guess is as good as ours. It looks like a an Audi R8 to us, but could also be a Porsche Boxster. Whatever it is, we feel bad for it being left out in the snow. If the driver thought they could park illegally because they have a bright orange sportscar, well, we enjoy that thought thoroughly. If he’s parked legally, we do feel pretty bad for him. Good luck digging yourself out of that one, buddy!

Snow Covered Sportscar

And our fourth and final fail is brought to you by the nation of Croatia. Watch as the camera records a blind, sharp, reverse-banked, divided turn…and did we mention it’s raining?

We can’t help but feel a little bad for the drivers who crashed. The ones who made it out cleanly though were definitely awesome. A little slide of the tail, and accelerate out of it…do you feel like James Bond?

[AJ Wilcox | Failblog | Jalopnik]

1 Comment

StephAnn Knotts on February 5, 2011 at 7:37 am.

that video had me cringing and giggling at the same time! Also, I think I’m going to try that Crayola treatment sometime.

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