The same organizers who brought you The 24 Hours of Lemons, an endurance race between shit-box cars, also has an answer to the Concours d'Elegance: The Concours d'Lemons.
This annual event is where you can witness such beauties as...
A stretch limousine Corvette;
A Volkswagen Beetle van conversion that takes the Beetle part very seriously;
A Gandalf-themed van called Vandalf;
A 1979 Ford Pinto station wagon, in Squire trim;
A 1988 Merkur XR4Ti that looks like it was art-directed by a pack of Marlboros;
The Dodge Rampage, a car-based pickup from the early '80s;
A rare Yugo convertible;
Not to mention a "Half Assed, Half Car Detailing Competition" where you only have to clean 50% of the car, demarcated by blue tape.
Amusingly, "the whole debacle was sponsored by Hagerty Insurance and Classic Motorsports Magazine," the organizers write, "so it is really all their fault."
Want to attend a Concours d'Lemons near you? Check out the schedule here. And don't worry, you won't spend a dime:
"All Concours d'Lemons events are free for spectators," the organization says. "That way you get what you pay for, perhaps a little less."