People who build custom bodies for everyday cars always leave me confused when they put their creations up for sale. Take this example from Florida of a Monster Energy-themed sedan that was once, many lives ago, a 1998 Mazda 626. There's hundreds of hours of work represented here, not to mention the money spent boosting the motor, welding in a roll cage, chopping a foot and a half from the roof and adding a 3,000-watt stereo. And yet aside from a few photos and the basement price of $1,875, the owner doesn't address the basic question of "why, God, why?"
Also, I don't think foam crack filler makes for good dashboards, but that's just my personal preference.
(hat tip @NyanFehlio)