From engine swaps, to performance upgrades, to body kits, and more, there literally are millions of ways to make your vehicle unique. At OnAllCylinders, we’re all about vehicle customization — actually, it’s largely the reason we exist.

But even we recognize that adding a bit of individualized flair doesn’t always have to be grandiose. Little touches count, too. Sometimes a decal here, a sticker there, or a custom-painted tailgate donkey can really complete the package.

The recent Super Summit 2019 event at Summit Motorsports Park in Norwalk, OH, had numerous examples of these “little touches.” Here are a few of our favorites.

Donkey Paint Job
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We see what you did there.

Curly Sticker
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We’re on board for (Larry, Curly and) Moe decorations like this.

I Love Cats Sticker
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Yeah, but the texture is a bit off.

Bubble Trouble
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We’re not entirely sure what this means. We’re also not entirely sure how this relates to the definitely-not-designed-to-be-in-an-engine-bay glass bottle behind it. But we can guess.

Stay Alive Sticker
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Proof that great advice can be found in interesting places.

Stupid Car Decal
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We’re going to have to agree to disagree.

Mr. Horsepower Antenna
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You can never have too much Mr. Horsepower.

Loud Pipes Sticker
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We haven’t seen the numbers on this. But true or not, we like them anyway.

Old Skool Zone Sticker
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We don’t know if you matched the paint to the sticker or the sticker to the paint, but either way we approve.

Stick Hood Prop
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We’ve never seen a more perfect hood prop rod/vehicle combination. This totally counts.

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Author: Will Schertz

Will is a contributing writer for OnAllCylinders. His automotive writing career stretches back longer than a decade and includes a stint as senior reporter for one of the tire industry’s largest trade publications. He enjoys long walks on the beach, romantic candlelit dinners, and thinly veiled sarcasm. Will lives with his beautiful wife and two small humans who steal his food and "need" more LEGOs.