Stunts, pyrotechnics, and superstars in sunglasses: that's what comes to mind when you think of the world behind the scenes of a big-budget action movie, right? Well here's one more for you: automotive modification. Matt McEntegart wasn't a great artist and didn't know much about computers, but he knew he was good at tricking out average sedans and morphing them into mobile masterpieces. A regular dude with an auto body shop in Tampa, Florida, he never imagined that one of his designs would be used in Warner Brothers and DC Comics' upcoming film, "Suicide Squad."
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