The concept of a street-legal Indy race car sure seems cool in theory. Cool, that is, until you consider the height and position of a driver's head relative to the scores of decapative objects out on the road, such as truck trailers, SUV bumpers and adopt-a-highway signs. Still, the IndyStreet racer, available as a kit or a turnkey streetrod, looks like too much fun for the DOT to allow. We'll take the company's word that it's street legal, at least for those with level heads. [Thanks to David for the tip.]
(Funny how the car looks like its going about 150, but the driver's haircut and the car's wheels are stuck behind a horse and buggy somewhere in Lancaster, PA. Friends don't let friends drink and Photoshop).
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