As long as the airport in question is a frozen field somewhere in Kazakhstan and your plane happens to be the Soyuz TMA-14M spacecraft.
As a European grown up in a narrow street in one of Europe's 16th century inner-cities I consider everything over the size of a BMW X3 a big truck. So you can imagine when I first came eye-to-eye with the Mercedes-Benz G500 4x4² show car I was a little impressed, no, frightened of the thought to drive this monster…
Ever over-the-top creator of military-grade luxury trucks Dartz has seen fit to create this masterpiece of Vladimir Putin as John McClane of Die Hard, one of their six-wheeled G-Wagens wearing casino-rug carpet camo, and general total-war chaos.
Prince Albert II of Monaco announced his decision to "reorganize" the massive 100+ car collection his late father Prince Rainier III amassed over the course of his life. Evidentially this reorganization involves sending 38 of the cheaper and less desirable cars to auction with No Reserve.
It seems with custom 4x4 show trucks and the people who build them "more" is always better. It doesn't particularly matter what it is—wheels, lift, length, silly graphics—the more there is, the better it is. If ever there were a vehicle to illustrate this way of thinking it's this 6x6 1993 Ford F350 currently listed…
We've seen a few 6x6 trucks before, but never one quite like this. This 2003 Dodge Dakota was given the 6x6 conversion without the custom show truck treatment that we would expect to come with it. Currently for sale on Ebay, this six wheel Dakota is equal parts weird and hard to explain.
Although I swore off owning anything that doesn't have two or four wheels after a bad 6x6 Amphibious Vehicle project hell experience, watching footage of this Russian Screw Drive vehicle cruising through the snow is enough to reconsider.
Have you always wanted a mini pickup truck but their maneuverability, off road ability and simplicity made you think twice? This stretched 6x6 Datsun Mini Truck may be the perfect solution for your unreasonable needs.