List everything this shooter did WRONG. I'll then list all the things you guys miss.
Wow, that's funny. Everybody noticed stuff like foreground and shot angle, but missed something really basic to me:
Why is the gas tank in view at all? You can take the low angle shot too far. I generally like to find the hip line of the car and try not to go lower than that unless I'm trying to do something artsy. In this case, the hip line is at the headlight centerline. The lowest I'd go with the camera would be the bumper centerline.
About half of the problems with this picture stem from the basic fact that the camera is just too low for this car. I agree that it's also poorly cropped, that the background is too busy, that the reflections in the bodywork are too busy, that there are focus problems, etc.
But at a more basic level, this isn't a flattering angle for a '62 Chevy 409(?) bubble top coupe, which is actually a fairly interesting car to look at for that era. You can crop out the pavement edge in the foreground, you can blur and mute the color in the noisy background, but you can't fix the weak focus and you can't fix the unflattering angle.
Here are a couple of pics taken of other '62 bubble tops for comparison. Neither is perfectly executed (background clutter in #1 is actually worse than the given example), but both are a lot better than this great view of vehicle undercarriage.