Now, I don't want to sound like an old guy or anything, but wow. I have to admit, some of the modifications I've seen in recent years just leave me befuddled.

Tires that are stretched, rims that don't fit, purposefully rusted or broken fenders and widebody kits that most likely hinder performance rather than improve it.

I just don't get it.

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One such example is a tuning company called Liberty Walk. Known for its widebody kits that can be applied to seemingly just about everything — from Audis to Ferraris — Agent 001 snapped some shots of cars it brought to SEMA.

Looking through the gallery I came across a red A7 that had a tremendous amount of work done to it, and if I am honest, it appears to be a bit overkill. Yes, I understand it's a show car but Jesus. It's like a pizza that has all the toppings on it plus a hot dog-stuffed crust. It's truly decadent but in the worst way.

That said, I have to ask: Is this Liberty Walk Audi A7's value completely down the tubes?

The 2016 SEMA Show photo galleries are sponsored by Lexus.

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#SEMA: AWESOME or AWFUL? Is Liberty Walk Responsible For DESTROYING The Value Of This Audi A7?

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