I have to say, custom grilles make for some interesting looking cars. Most cars that drive out of a dealership have grilles that, though they do look all right, lack that pizazz and personality that might catch a person's eye. These stock grilles are pretty common and most people will not take a second glance at them as the car passes by.
Custom grilles, on the other hand, have that extra umph that is really hard to ignore. I remember being stopped at a light and seeing a 2011 Chevy Camaro with an awesome looking, shiny billet grille installed. Sitting in the middle was the large Chevy emblem and spreading horizontally upwards and away from the emblem was the grille. It might have seemed like a simple design but it was enough to catch my eye and keep it there until the green light made me bid farewell to the Chevy Camaro.
The trick is to find the grille that looks good on your car. I do not recommend you just slap any grille onto your car and think it will make an impression. It might make an impression, an especially bad one. Thankfully, there are a lot of options to choose from.
I love taking an ordinary, stock car like Honda and Ford and Toyota and making them much better than when they drove out of dealer's car lot. Using aftermarket car parts I can trick out just about any aspect of my car. I can give it a new paint job, custom decals like car emblems - I especially like the Transformers' Decepticon emblem - and the like. There are other aspects of the car's appearance I can change like installing a spoiler, which will not only change the look of the car but it's overall performance as well.