In our pursuit to find
some of the most insane auto modifications in India we have come across things
which will woo you, blow your mind away as well as make you hurl a rock at the
atrocities some people can commit to their vehicles. In this thread we will be throwing
light on what I personally feel is a crime punishable by offense. The penalty
should be life in prison or the rope! The owner of this Vintage Willys Jeep
displayed on this thread has thoroughly soiled the look and feel of this
beauty. He has added eight fog lamps on the front quarter panels, a barrage of
twenty two (yes, 22!) headlights and eight roots (horns). Clearly this is an
example of someone who is obsessed with light and maybe even has a special pair
of pants to illuminate parts where the sun don’t shine. If this was England he
would be stoned to death but this is India so in smaller parts of the country
such deeds do fly. What is appalling is the fact that this breed of idiots feels
that they are the tip of the sword. Maybe some one really cheesed him off by
blaring their Bi-Xenons at him. Whatever be the case such a vintage master
piece should not be disgraced; it is like taking an Oldsmobile and slapping a
pair of underbody LEDs on to it. This thread is my little attempt to reach out
and appeal to the masses that if you do come across weirdoes doing things like
this to relics, then please stop them and kick them till sense dawns on them
that this is not cool and your un-deserved attention is only going to lead to
humiliation. Please spread the word and refrain from heinous crimes like
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