What is the coolest car currently for sale on Craigslist?

Who doesn't love having an excuse to scan Craigslist for future project car hell material? In the world of the automotive obsessed, we're going to assume the answer is no one. This weekend we are keeping it simple, we want to see what you think is the most desirable vehicle currently for sale on everyone's favorite… » 11/12/11 5:00pm 11/12/11 5:00pm

1962 Steyr Puch Haflinger is weird military truck fun in a mini package

If you've always wanted a Unimog or a Pinzgauer but they are just too big, you are looking at the perfect solution. It's not a Pinzgauer post shrink ray, it's a 1962 Steyr Puch Haflinger (Steyr Puch did later design and build the much larger Pinzgauer though). This rare Austrian mini truck is currently for sale on… » 6/12/11 8:01pm 6/12/11 8:01pm

This is the future of post-apocalyptic German off-road trucks

Here's what the Mercedes-Benz Unimog would look like if automotive designers ruled the world. Mercedes revealed this concept for the all-terrain truck's 60th anniversary. The ultramodern interpretation suggests a range of influences from Luigi Colani to donks to tree frogs. » 6/06/11 3:30pm 6/06/11 3:30pm

Project Car Hell, Brain Worms Edition: 1941 Lincoln Lead Sled or…

Welcome to Project Car Hell, where you choose your eternity by selecting the project that's the coolest... and the most hellish! Today we have a couple of projects that defy easy categorization. » 1/12/09 5:30pm 1/12/09 5:30pm

Rock-Crawling Unimog Cantilevers Its Way Into Our Hearts

What's the baddest-assed possible way to combine German hardware with American back-country engineering? The Speed Freaks Rok Rodz Unimog. We don't know much about this vehicle other than it hails from South Carolina, is equipped with some seriously over sized axles with the rear end riding on a trick cantilever… » 3/25/08 9:00am 3/25/08 9:00am

You Wish Your Pinzgauer Could Do This: Unimog!

We've got a fair number of civilian-owned military vehicles in Alameda, including the Pinzgauer, the M43 Dodge Ambulance, and the 1945 Ford GPW Jeep. Well, those old soldiers can just fade away, because now we've got this monster living on the island's East End!
» 9/17/07 9:00am 9/17/07 9:00am

The Yeti! Monster Truck Rides on Tractor Tires, Unimog Axles

Whether or not you think the Himalayan abominable snowman is a hoax, this Yeti is as real as getting capped in the nuts by a sock filled with flour. It's the product of master fabricator Rex Bailey, who built the monster Dodge atop 76" tractor tires and Mercedes Unimog axles. As appointed, the Cummins diesel-powered… » 5/23/07 11:39am 5/23/07 11:39am