The Ten Weirdest Things With A Steering Wheel

You thought your car was weird? Check out these ten frankensteins.


10.) A Toilet On Wheels

The Ten Weirdest Things With A Steering Wheel

6.5 hp, 32 mph and as many rolls of paper you need. It's not like a poo-powered car, but close enough.

Suggested By: $kaycog, Photo Credit: Jalopnik


9.) A wingless plane

Jeff Bloch is a police officer. He is also the lunatic who turned an old Cessna into a LeMons fighter. Speedy Cop indeed.

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8.) A Stiletto Tricycle

The Ten Weirdest Things With A Steering Wheel

If you think about it, using this shape for a custom vehicle makes a lot of sense, but it stays on the crazy side.

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7.) Trikabusa

The Ten Weirdest Things With A Steering Wheel

CalzoneGolem gives you a very fast bike with more grip and a safety cell. Best of both worlds:

It is a Hayabusa with a Suzuki Carry welded to the front. Oh yeah. Porsche wheels because ... actually I don't have a clue.

Suggested By: CalzoneGolem, Photo Credit: Hooniverse


6.) The Racing Pop-Up Camping Trailer

Guess what! ridered777 actually drove this deathtrap at the 24HOL last year:

Good chance for shameless plug - the "racecar" I drove at Loudon last year in 24HOL, Speedy and gang won IOE...

The Ten Weirdest Things With A Steering Wheel

Hat tip to the team!

Suggested By: ridered777


5.) The Pussycar Automodule

The Ten Weirdest Things With A Steering Wheel

Jean Pierre Ponthieu created this as some sort of promotional vehicle in the seventies. Powered by a 250cc one-cylinder engine, it came with hydraulic suspension and hot French women.

Suggested By: Ben Crowe, Photo Credit: Jalopnik


4.) The Neverwas Haul

The Ten Weirdest Things With A Steering Wheel

Pretty much all the vehicles are crazy at the Burning Man, but this three-storey Victorian house takes the crown.

Suggested By: Gamecat235, Photo Credit: SanFranAnnie


3.) A rolling beer crate

According to Pitchblende, you have to type "Bierkiste mit motor" into YouTube for the miracle to happen. Germans are obsessed with their beer.

Suggested By: Pitchblende


2.) The Maharaja's Swan Car

Robkg says go to Holland and check this out:

This Brooke 25/30-HP was build for a Brit living in India in 1910! (for sure one of the oldest weird cars) and it has some strange features, like:

  • Glowing eyes for the Swan face
  • Exhaust powered 8 tone horn operated via a keyboard in the car
  • Ship like telegraph to instruct the driver
  • Steam to clear out the people around the car
  • brushes to clean the tires while driving

Suggested By: Robkg


1.) The OutRun Car

So...you see the reality turned into an OutRun track. Sounds safe...

Suggested By: Dicilious

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