Unless you actually have a Lamborghini, in which case having those ridiculous scissor doors is almost acceptable. With plenty of aftermarket kits available, modders are apparently now under the impression that they can stick Lambo doors on anything steaming pile of cow dung and trick people into thinking they're in the presence of some piece of rare-ass exotica. When in fact they're not, and the only person who's tricked is the taste-free modder, because they have dropped over a grand to look silly. It's only a matter of time before PepBoys or Autozone gets in on the game and boy will we all be in big trouble then.
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