The Splinter wooden supercar we saw last week is apparently going to be the second car bearing the foreboding moniker. Artist Isaac Cohen displayed his version of a wooden car named Splinter a couple of weeks ago at the Houston Art Car Parade. The gull-wing wonder is the result of thousands of hours of work and while we're not to certain about the styling direction, at least it doesn't have a Bangle-butt. We'd be intrigued to see what this thing does in a wind tunnel, but have our reservations about this Splinter's crash worthiness.