This Dakota Owner Really Loved Skulls

Another day, another fresh trade-in.

Yesterday we had a very beige car with an unbeige surprise:

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Today we've got a Dodge Dakota fit for a pirate.

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Here's a typical 10 year old Dakota, dark red with some brown rust coloration, it'd look right at home in Grandpa's garage right next to Grandma's PT Cruiser.

Many custom cars have themes, which is great... it can really tie the customization together. Like this Pepto-Bismol donk, for example.

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This Dakota's theme is skulls. Skulls from Wal-Mart's automotive aisle.

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Winged skull seat covers.

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With dozens of little skulls on them because the winged skulls aren't enough.

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Skull seatbelt pads.

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Skull and crossbones rearview mirror...

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...it's double-sided!

And there's the skull license plate frame, which someone promptly stuck to the back of the store manager's Jeep while he wasn't looking:

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Not pictured: chrome skull stuck to the center console.

Customer kept his skull trailer hitch cover.

Skulls!

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