Not a fan, but at least it's original. The ones I can't stand are any Challenger or Charger done in Deadpool, Joker, Hulk, or the Punisher. There are SOOOOOOO many of these. One thing I've noticed, it's mostly SXT guys who do the Punisher skull hood/door stickers. R/T 5.7L people are some of the most frequent offenders of the Hulk and Joker. I've seen a lot of Deadpool 392s.
I went to a car show 3 weeks ago. There were 2 almost identical black Deadpool Chargers at the show. All 3 Sublime R/Ts were "The Hulk." One of which had no fewer than 20 Hulk stickers... mostly under the hood. The car that won in their class was an F8 green Challenger named, "Green Beans." He completely filled his back seat and rear floorboards with about 3 feet deep worth of loose unshucked green beans. No stickers at all, funny as hell to see though.
My favorite (sarc.) car though was a white 300 V6. It had a chin spoiler, rear wing, lowered about 1.5" with about 3-5 degrees of negative camber. He had all sorts of rice stickers on it like, "Do you even boost bro?" Other noteworthy mentions were his V8 Killer windshield badge and a script under the passenger side window that read, "Boost Queen."
The car was naturally aspirated and mechanically bone stock. The only mod I could see was he did a mid pipe delete. It even had the stock air box. The driver insisted that he had twin turbos and was, as a sticker said, "Corn Fed." I've built a lot of turbo cars, and trust me, when he pointed his turbos out to me, I reminded him that those were the stock catalytic converters. He shut his hood after I left and didn't open it back up
But that pretty much covers the two things I don't like at car shows. Copycats and people who try to lie about their car. It's one thing to say your blown car makes 700whp when it really only makes 620whp, but it's a whole other level of offensive to me when someone shows up with NA or stock car and tries to tell folks that the turbos are hidden.
Like, come on... it's a car, not Wonder Wonder Woman's invisible jet. If I can see the exhaust leave the manifold, then hit the catalytic converter 2 feet away with no turbski anywhere relocated or otherwise between the two... it doesn't have a turbo (usually, sans rear mounted varieties, and you're not going to see something like an expensive rear mounted turbo on a budget bin build like the one in this example. It's not like he had a 6.4L, that little V6 left plenty of real estate for a traditional turbo placement).