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Fifty Ugliest Cars of the Past 50 Years


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IT GOES WITHOUT SAYING THAT EVERYONE WHO MADE SUCH A LIST

WOULD DO IT AL LITTLE BIT DIFFERENTLY .

THERE ARE QUITE A FEW THERE THAT I WOULD HAVE PICKED .

AZTEK , "Dr. SEUSS" CUBE , TAURUS 2 AND HUMMER FOR STARTERS .

I LIKE READING THESE MOSTLY FOR THE COMMENTS WHICH CAN BE PRETTY FUNNY FROM A CRITICAL STANDPOINT .

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I think that was posted a while back, I can't imagine the author did anything more than flip through old magazines and put his finger on pictures. I'm definitely partial, but a volvo 240 is not ugly and is one of the few cars that still looks like it could have been made in the last 5-10 years. Also, an Enzo? Really? Why not throw some old Lambo on there, an Enzo is much more beautiful than any of the '80's Lambos. Probably half of the cars are not particularly attractive, but not ugly either. What about nearly every single car ford, chevy, or chrystler made between 1975 and 1990?

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