According to the Bard, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Of course it’s most likely that Shakespeare made that claim because he didn’t meet Elizabethan era standards for attractiveness. I mean, I’ve seen the block prints.
Aside from his questionable aesthetic attributes, Shakespeare had other issues of note, one of which is that he never wrote anything about cool cars or their engines. Now an automobile’s engine should first and foremost champion form over function, but that doesn’t mean they can’t look good corralling all those ponies, after all, beauty doth of itself persuade.
Because of this need for both power and presentation, a number of engine bays have become glorious playgrounds of aesthetic expression. The question for today is, when you pop that hood, aesthetically speaking, what would you most like to find waiting?
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