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Happy Halloween, everybody! It's hard to believe it's already here, but another day of endlessly binging on Reese's peanut butter cups, Runts, and M&M's is finally here. Although we've already provided you with plenty of options on how to dress up like a vehicle for crazy adventures today, there's another thing you should be scarifying: your car. From simple pumpkins and webs to intricate blood spattering, there's always something you can do to make your ride a little more freaky.



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Jeep Wrangler

You know what's actually scary? Loving the Broncos so much that the team invades Halloween.



Ghost Car

Brilliant. Hilarious. Perfect. Find us a better Halloween costume for a car.



Hot Rod

Look how mean the flames are! The creepy Jack-o-lantern is almost an afterthought. You'd want to cruise the strip in this Hot Rod regardless of month.



Vintage Chevy

Mix an old gangster movie staple with cartoon humor and what do you get? The proper balance of Halloween trick and treat.



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Oldsmobile Cutlass

Hit the car show with some props. Give a classic a little decorative flare. But, don't go too far. Then you'll still get props for the quality of your old school. That, friends, is certifified Complex Rides advice.



Chevrolet Lumina

Classic. This is how you decorate a car for Halloween. Though, we're not convinced they used the proper fake broken glass. Looks like they might have just gone HAM on the rear window.



Lotus Elise

Add just two subtle details, and a mean orange racing machine becomes the ultimate Halloween get-away car.



Jeep Wrangler

Woah! Realistic horror can turn heads, but **** it can turn stomachs too.



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Subaru Impreza

Three stars for effort. The owner of this Impreza has gone all out to impress, making sure that even if the candy is gone in 60 seconds, fast and furious kids still visit to check out the decorations.



Hot Rod

A spooky sense of humor rarely fails. Still, we feel for the owner of this fallen hot rod.


Hearse

This little guy is preparing for Armaggendon. Or, perhaps, just a weekend at the Gathering of the Juggalos.



Extremo The Clown

The person driving "Extremo" is likely more frightening than his wheels. Do not cut him off. He may cut you.



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Chevrolet Chevelle

Seasonal flare, without messing up the paint job. We love a classic car that stays road ready.


Chevrolet Camaro

Give a common Halloween car show set up some American muscle, and give the kids a more robust scare.


Ford Bronco

Not recommended: Dressing as OJ Simpson while driving this spooky Bronco.



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