Last Call- Your Parking is Bad and You Should Feel Bad Edition


Redditor 1pennytart spotted this be-blackened Ford GT in Malibu and snapped it for the badass-ness of its appearance, and not the ass-ness of its owner’s parking job. Listen up rich people – if you don’t want to worry about your car getting dented in a public parking lot, LEAVE IT THE EFF AT HOME! 

Image: [1pennytart via Reddit]

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32 responses to “Last Call- Your Parking is Bad and You Should Feel Bad Edition”

  1. $kaycog Avatar

    Asshat parking in a Ford GT. I'm ashamed of that driver. Also, that GT couldn't be any blacker.

    1. Dan Avatar

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    2. joedunlap Avatar

      Really $kay? I thought sure you were going to give him a pass. 🙂

      1. $kaycog Avatar

        Actually, I'd probably park the same way if I had a GT.

        1. C³-Cool Cadillac Cat Avatar
          C³-Cool Cadillac Cat

          Sorry, $kay, but if I parked my beater next to you, you'd likely have a door ding when you returned.

          1. $kaycog Avatar

            When you park next to me with your beater, please be careful. ;D

          2. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

            I'd definitely park no more than six inches from that GT's rear quarter. Never damage other people's poorly-parked cars; let them do it themselves!

          3. C³-Cool Cadillac Cat Avatar
            C³-Cool Cadillac Cat

            Thank you, Fuzzy and $kay.
            I was in a bad place, earlier today at work. You're right, let them damage it, and $kay, I'd NEVER damage anything you owned/drove.
            Plus, I don't have a beater, anymore. My 2005 STS is still mark-free, remarkably.

    3. Devin Avatar

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      1. vroomsocko Avatar

        Came here to post similar, leaving happy.

  2. Scandinavian Flick Avatar
    Scandinavian Flick

    Can't really blame the owner of this particular car… It's not like the doors were designed with daily driving in mind.
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    1. wisc47 Avatar

      But once again, probably a leave it at home situation. If it were me, I would probably only drive it to places with large lots and take up two spaces at the back. The extra walk is worth taking your GT to the shops.

      1. Scandinavian Flick Avatar
        Scandinavian Flick

        "leave it at home"
        Where's the fun in that?

  3. probious Avatar

    Not to white-knight asshat parking jobs, but due to the way the doors open with most of the roof attached to them (think of it like a gullwing door that swings out horizontally instead of vertically) on a Ford GT, that might be necessary since if he parked normally he wouldn't be able to open either door enough to get in.

    1. OA5599 Avatar

      I was thinking that, too, but in that case he (I am assuming the driver is a male, because no girl would ever want a GT) should have parked along the other diagonal or backed into the space.
      He should have the hinge end of the door closest to the adjacent car so that the latch end has more room to swing out.

  4. mnm4ever Avatar

    In his defense, that doesnt look like a full parking space. It appears he is parked in an end spot with a smaller half-spot next to it, and he angled in. And like others pointed out, he needs extra room for his own doors too. I can't blame the guy, I HATE how the other idiots on the road park without any care as to how close they are to the car next to them, the giant trucks that can't fit into spaces but squeeze in anyways, the clueless who slam open their doors, etc. I will not take up 2 spots, but I always park in end spots or extra large spots even if it means walking farther.

  5. Alff Avatar

    Speaking on behalf of GT driver … "Whatever."

  6. B72 Avatar

    Is it just me or does it have a shiny down the middle?

    1. Preludacris Avatar

      I think that's the original paint. The matte black is likely a vinyl wrap and they left a shiny racing stripe. As someone who occasionally gets to design vehicle graphics, I look for every possible opportunity to use this effect.

  7. Van_Sarockin Avatar

    Dude should just have taken his helicopter. Bad parking. But I've got to give the douche a pass on this one.

    1. KevinKiley Avatar

      oh the horror!!

    2. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

      I'm guessing both vehicles were legitimately parked, and a drunk driver took out the rear end of the NSX, which had been parked either out of gear or with the handbrake off?

        1. FuzzyPlushroom Avatar

          Hopefully the Sienna's totalled and the others are not. Fingers so, so crossed.

        2. BobWellington Avatar

          That Sienna driver is going to a very warm place when they die.


    Another thing to consider is that GTs are about a mile wide. In lots with narrow spots I have trouble getting out of my XJR, not exactly a narrow vehicle, even if everyone is parked perfectly, and the the GT is almost 8" wider. So I can probably give this one a pass.
    And mmmm. Flat black GT. So beautiful.

  9. C³-Cool Cadillac Cat Avatar
    C³-Cool Cadillac Cat

    I understand the doors, and the vehicle is quite wide, however, asshat should have chosen a different area of the lot.

    1. Van_Sarockin Avatar

      Like in a handicapped space.

      1. C³-Cool Cadillac Cat Avatar
        C³-Cool Cadillac Cat

        Don't make me swat at you with my cane!!!

  10. stigshift Avatar

    Given the limits of ingress/egress with those doors, I do find it forgivable to park that way. This is possibly the ONLY time I will ever say that. That paint job, on the other hand…

  11. BrianTheHoon Avatar

    Leave it at home?! Leave it … AT HOME???
    No, no, no, no, NO, Robert! Daily drive ALL the GTs!!!
    If this was an AMG this or an M that … or some other pedestrian car then, yes, park it normally or leave it at home. Something as glorious as a GT, however … we need to encourage those lucky bastards that own them to DRIVE them. If that means that we see every Ford GT taking up two spaces when they park, SO BE IT. It's a small price to pay.