Most people want to do as much as possible in order to turn their vehicle into a sportier version of itself. This is definitely something that has to do with one’s imagination. It is a great way of turning a vehicle into something unique, into something that belongs to you only. Unfortunately, this practice requires its owners to make certain compromises. Depending on how much you have to compromise, you may decide, at times, that changing your vehicle’s look or feel is not the best idea.
An example of a car that should have been left as it was is this particular BMW E36 3-Series, a vehicle that has been customized with a stunning wide body kit. This particular improvement gives the BMW a more aggressive look. The only available picture of this vehicle, however, shows the viewer something completely different. The picture captures the exact idea of compromises that are sometimes made in order to have a cool ride. For this particular example, the owner of the BMW E36 3-Series in the picture is forced to remove the rear fender of the added body kit every time he decides to stop for fuel.
As absurd as it may seem, some people are willing to accept such huge compromises in order to impress those around them with their ride. This is not necessarily something bad. If someone decides that they want to sacrifice their time for the sake of their beautiful vehicle, it’s their business. The absurdity of the matter comes from the fact that simple tasks, such as fuelling, are turned by some added upgrades into difficult to manage experiences. Is it worth it? For some it is, for some it is not. It all depends on how you see things. If you favor practicality, such upgrades are definitely not for you.
Taking a look at this particular photo of the BMW E36 3-Series reminds us that sometimes sacrifices are to be made if you want to own a really unique vehicle. While such upgrades may cause you a lot of trouble, the gained popularity might just make all that trouble worth it. There could be a chance that this particular BMW E36 3-Series owner is waiting for the right time to modify the rear fender of the body kit, so as to gain easier access to the fuel flap. We will probably never find out if this is the case.