the easiest way to pick up women. This year is nothing different than any other year. We still have the big players making new cars, and we have some new players to the crowd. But still, we will always have some sort of aftermarket world out there. No matter what the police or the government do about it. Today the aftermarket is alive and well and for that we will always remember how it was started and who made the most drastic changes to its image.
Now we come to the end of our little game of let’s see who can get the wheels right, and it seems that very few companies can. But when you see what the rest of the car looks like, it just might be worth it, to fork our another $2000 for a better pair of rims or maybe some lowering springs. Because when you do it yourself you take more pride in it, then you would if it was pre-made.
And for the winners and losers this year it came really close but only one car can be given an A+ and another the Rusty. This years A+ winner is a new arrival on the scene and they seem to be playing the field right. The only problem is that they will have Chinese owners next year, so let’s hope that the new owners of the 2010 Volvo C30 R-Design can keep up the good work, and try to get next years AutoLooks A+ award as well.
But for the winner of the Rusty you always have to look at who made the least improvements and who started off a bad car and could not make it better. And for that we name the cool but fat (not Phat) 2010 Volkswagen GTI the Rusty car of the year. This car just could not overcome its fat style to beat out its more sporting competitors.