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Whether it's badged as a Subaru, a Scion, or a Toyota, this model is a great little car that has tried to bring moderate power and lightweight tossability to a lackluster sports car market—all at an affordable price. While hardcore Subaru fans bemoan a lack of a turbo and all-wheel

drive, there are no plans to change the BRZ's recipe to make it more potent because of the simple fact that keeping weight low is the model's priority. This owner, though, took his and kitted it up way too much, with tacky bolt-on flares, an absurd rear wing, and more plastic than belongs in a recycling plant.

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