The Personal Transport Cruiser was introduced in 1999 as a 2000 model under the Plymouth nameplate. 10 years and more than 1.3 million units later, Chrysler stopped production. During that time, it spawned a shitload of special editions, none of which were particularly special. Of notable mention are the turbo and the good ol' woodie version.
|This does not give me wood|
You can't deny the success the PT Cruiser had. At one time, Chrysler moved more than 150k of them a year. Unfortunately, some of them fell in the wrong hands. Its retro styling 'inspired' people to try and make it even better. Here are a few examples for your viewing displeasure.
These are fairly extreme examples but we've all seen one with stick on port holes and chrome moldings.