what car attracts vandals?
Was looking at a thread called, "so vandlaism is fun"
What makes a car a more likely target to get vandalized?
Is it a personal conflict with the owner? Seems the obvious, but I wonder this -
would cars with aestetic things like neon, racing decals, body kits, whatever, make a car more likely to get messed with just because it is personalized? Just because the owner went the extra step to make the car look nice? Would a crook think - "Someone did a lot of hard work, let'* run it!"
No, I am not saying folks who have such things deserve to have their cars busted up.
It just seems whenever an impersonal car-vandalizing happens, it is always a car who'* owner had put such things. You seldom hear of someone'* rusty ol plymouth truck (or other junker mobile) getting messed with
1999 LeSabre, 3800 series II engine.