They're just coming out of the woodwork now. Just the other day we nailed it with the log-wheeled Skoda, and now comes news of a faux-wood Civic. Don't the owners know that fake anything goes against the grain of what the Civic is all about? Sure it's good to see the import crowd branching out, but really, woodgrain contact paper? They didn't even bother to carve around the car's logos.

Maybe some rogue splinter group of import customizers thought this hickory Honda could be spruced up with a few rolls of peel-n-stick, but they could have at least used paper that resembled Japanese maple.

Regardless, we'd love to get this Civic and the Skoda together. They'd make a beautiful pear, wouldn't they?

So, what's next? A Forester with fir seats? A boarded-up Aspen? This trend has just got to stop soon or we'll be totally stumped for puns.

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