The newest trend in mods seems to be scissor-doors. As little kids, I'm sure many of us were wowed by the Mercedes gull-wings, the Delorean and countless Countachs that were pinned all over my walls, but do I want to spend up to three grand on converting my everyday vehicle? People who want my money say "Yes!" One of the suppliers of these door kits is talking directly to automakers for installation of the conversions at the factory. Yeah, I won't cause any door-dings, but I'm sure I'll have a few lumps on my head before I remember to duck.
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