Upon the realease of the Dodge Neon in 1995, then Chrysler president Bob Lutz said, "There's an old saying in Detroit: 'Good, fast, or cheap. Pick any two.' We refuse to accept that." The compact car came in faster than its competitors with 132 horsepower at a price that led the Japanese press to call it the "Japanese car killer." You may not think much of it now, but the Neon was kind of a big deal.
Many of its owners have refused to accept one more option: stock. The Neon has been a wildly popular car for customizers. Take a look at CarDomain, a popular site for users to share their custom cars, and you'll see more than 10,000(!) customized Neons. Naturally, they're not all going to be gems. We laughed, cried, and resisted the urge to vomit to find the absolute Worst Dodge Neon Customs.