Somebody figured out that a Smart Car is just an off-road buggy that hasn’t put its work boots on yet. Look at this little baby go!
Small, cheap, diesel, single-cab; the Smyth Performance Volkswagen “Ute” is the answer to the internet’s perfect truck. Just get yourself an old Jetta or Golf, a Sawz-All and prepare for glory!
Don’t write this car off because it looks like the homebuilt bastard of a hot wheels car and somebody’s discount Fiero body kit. It’s pulling off some pretty impressive moves here, and hey are those road tires?
You know how the saying goes; where there’s a will, there’s a way to turn some wacky old sedan into a pickup truck. And this guy’s ’85 Chrysler 5th Avenue “truck conversion” actually came out remarkably well.
Some creative Canadian cooked up with absurd chain-driven mower-based screw-propelled Max Max vehicle and we salute him.
What was once a 1985 Chevrolet S-10 was lured into some lunatic's shop of horrors and has emerged as what I'll approximate as "some kind of post-apocalyptic aristocrat's shooting brake." Plus rust. Wacky!
A Jaguar XJ with the cargo capacity of a pickup truck just might make a complete trip. You know, because you can carry all the spare parts you'll need? Zing. Regardless of reliability, this luxury sedan-turned-truck is actually pretty fetching.
Many of you good readers have brought this 1998 Honda Accord to our attention today. With good reason— it's re-goshdarn-diculous. Who builds these wacky home-brewed, zombie-cars? Why? And what are some of the greatest ones you've ever seen?
Jim O'Hara, a retired college professor, learned to fly 21 years ago. Six years later, he began construction of a two-thirds-scale P-38. He's now 81 years old and he and his wife made its maiden cross-country trip three weeks ago.