The Scariest Cars Around

By: Jennifer Dylan


What is scary for you? Is it your big motorcycle coming to life? Is it your favorite SUV being pelted by eggs? Or is waking up one morning and finding your beloved Porsche now having instead of the elegant ones that it used to bear?

There are various ways a person is scared. One thing can be scary for one person but it can be pretty ordinary for another. And this article on the scariest cars around just shows you that kind of information. This is mainly according to an article in Cars.com on the spookiest cars ever created and the spookiest ones you can find.

The 1969 Ford Mustang is included in the list and it has been added so because it has been found to be quite scary for pedestrians and for drivers who are not riding a 1969 Ford Mustang. After all, if you did not know, those units of Ford Mustangs for the model year 1969 were actually built on Ford Falcons. Only the exterior was changed. Kind of scary, is it not?

Just like the 1969 Ford Mustang, the 1969 Pontiac Trans Am also could get the soul out of bystanders and of other drivers as well. You see, this one has got those really huge engines that could spurt out that much power. You might find yourself eating dust if you did not know what vehicle was passing by.

Another scary vehicle is the 1971 Ford Pinto and those who get the frights from this unit are firefighters and plastic surgeons. So now you are asking why? Well, if this car gets hit from behind, let us just say that the car explodes. The reason behind this is that Ford had created this vehicle with the gas tank located just right at its rear.

Drivers get the spooks out of the 1973 Volkswagen Microbus. Perhaps even the passengers would be getting the goosebumps once they are inside. You see, when there is a frontal crash, the occupants' legs would surely be in the way and that would be the first thing to meet the accident. Too bad.

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