It has been a rough week or two in the U.S., thanks to temperatures that have made your freezer look like a warm and cozy cabin. And although the snow and negative temperatures have kept most people inside of their houses (unless you were one of the 285 billion taking social media photos and videos), tucked away on their couches in seven Snuggies, there is one possession that hundreds of thousands couldn't protect from the harsh winter: their cars. Unless you have a garage, your ride was out there in the icy battlefield of doom, waiting for a frigid freeze. Take a look at what has happened to cars in the past when they're left to get frostbite: 

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